İstanbul Sightseeing Tours
Around 13.15 pm we will pick you up at your hotel and your guide will take you around in Istanbul.
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Around 13.15 pm we will pick you up at your hotel and your guide will take you around in Istanbul. You will visit the following iconic sites of the Ottoman Empire:

* Topkapi Palace (Topkapi Sarayi) was the imperial residence and administrative heart of the massive Ottoman Empire, beginning with Fatih Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror, in 1453, until 1856. It was converted to a museum in 1924. Parts of the palace such as the Harem, Baghdad Pavilion, Revan Pavilion, Sofa Pavilion, and the Audience Chamber distinguish themselves with their architectural assets. The museum also has collections from the Imperial Treasury, as well as Chinese porcelain, weapons, calligraphy, etc. The Treasury also houses the Topkapi Dagger, the 86-carat "Spoon Maker's Diamond", and the jewel-encrusted bones of St. John the Baptist.

* Little Hagia Sophia (Küçük Ayasofya Camii) is a former Eastern Orthodox church dedicated to Saints Sergius and Bacchus in Constantinople, converted into a mosque during the Ottoman Empire.

This Byzantine building with a central dome plan was erected in the sixth century by Justinian. It was possibly a model for Hagia Sophia (St. Sophia), and is one of the most important early Byzantine buildings in Istanbul. It was recognized at the time as an adornment to the entire city, and a modern historian of the East Roman Empire has written that the church, "by the originality of its architecture and the sumptuousness of its carved decoration, ranks in Constantinople second only to St. Sophia itself"

At approximately 5:00 pm, the tour ends with a return to your hotel.




    *  Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel 

    *  Professional, English-speaking tour guide

    *  Admission to Topkapi Palace 

    *  All taxes and service charges


Note about closures:


Topkapi Palace is closed on Tuesdays, it will be replaced with Beylerbeyi Palace (on the Asian side of the city).



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