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Daily Istanbul Old City Tour
 

BYZANTINE and OTTOMAN RELICS

Hagia Sophia: The Church of holy Wisdom, now known as a Ayasofya Musuem, was a former Eastern Orthodox church that converted to a mosque in 1453.

Blue Mosque: The Mosque was built between 1609 and 16:16 by order of The Sultan Ahmet I, after whom it is named. He is buried in the mosque’s precincts.

Hippodrome: The Hippodrome of Constantinople was a horse-racing track that was the sporing ana social activity center of Constantinople, Capital of Byzantine Empire.

Obelisk of Theadosius
Serpentine Column
German Fountain

Grand Bazaar: One of the largest covered bazaars in the world with more than 58 streets and 4000 shops, it has 250,000-400,000 visitors daily. It is well known for its jewelry, pottery, spice, and carpets.

Topkapi Palace: The Administrative center of Ottoman Empire from 1465 to 1853. The Construction of the Palace was ordered by Sultan Mehmet II in 1459 and completed in 1465.

Suleymaniye Mosque: Its a grand mosque in Istanbul. it was built on the order of Sultan Suleyman I and constructed by the great Ottoman architect Sinan. Construction work began in 1550 and was completed in 1557 It is considered to be a kind of architectural answer to Byzantine Hagia Sophia.

Closed: Hagia Sophia on Monday, Topkapi Place on Tuesday, ( replaced with Kariye Museum ( St. Savior in Chora) Museum, Grand Covered bazaar on Sunday.

What’s included!
-Pick up and drop off services
-Lunch
-Transportation
– English Speaking Tour Guide
-Entrance fees

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