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Istanbul at your feet

Istanbul at your feet

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Istanbul, formerly known as Constantinople, is a city that contains a rich and fascinating history. It was the capital of the Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire, leaving a legacy of impressive monuments and architecture.From the majestic Hagia Sophia to Topkapi Palace, Istanbul is witness to centuries of power and splendor. Its strategic location between Europe and Asia has shaped its identity as a vibrant, multicultural metropolis.

Explore Istanbul with our expert tour guides and be captivated by the historical treasures, vibrant culture and stunning landscapes of this fascinating city!


  • Learn about the importance of Hagia Sophia and what it has meant in each of the empires and its current situation
  • Istanbul was a melting pot where Byzantine, Roman and Ottoman culture left their living testimony
  • Enjoy their food
  • Immerse yourself in the splendor of Topkapi Palace with every corner telling a fascinating story that immerses you in centuries of history and culture.

Tour plan

  • Meeting point
    Hotel’s lobby.
  • Santa Sofía
    Declared a World Heritage Site, Hagia Sophia is an architectural masterpiece that combines elements of a church and a mosque. Its impressive dome and Byzantine mosaics will transport you to centuries of history.
  • Blue mosque
    Known for its six minarets and interior decorated with blue ceramic tiles, the Blue Mosque is an iconic symbol of Istanbul. Its beauty and spirituality will leave you amazed.
  • Topkapi palace
    Former residence of the Ottoman sultans offers a glimpse into the opulence and splendor of the Ottoman Empire.
  • Food
    Experience authentic Turkish cuisine at a food outlet and discover traditional flavors that reflect the country’s rich history and culture.
  • Hippodrome
    Once the epicenter of Constantinople’s social and sporting life, the Hippodrome is home to obelisks and columns that tell stories of ancient Rome and Byzantium. It is a fascinating place to immerse yourself in the history of the city.
  • Grand bazzar/ end of Tour
    One of the largest and oldest bazaars in the world, with its 4,000 thousand stores, you will have many options to buy crafts and taste the famous “Turkish delights.”

What include

  • Private guide
  • Tea/coffe
  • Baklava


  • Topkapi palace is closed on tuesdays
  • Santa Sofía and the blue mosque are closed the fridays during prayers
  • Grand bazzar is closed on sudays
  • This is a walk tour, you’ll not need a vehicle during the tour.
Lovely views
COVID-19 prevention
Comfortably duration
Arriving instructions
Continous communication
  • Departure
    Santa Sofía, Estambul
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