Full day tour of bosphorus &black sea with dance show

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08.15: You will picked up from your hotel to have full day
boat and bus tour of Bosphorus & Two Continentss, we will visit;

CRUISE ON THE GOLDEN HORN Cruise along the Golden Horn and see the historical heart of the city and principal harbor of Byzantium, Constantinople and Istanbul for over 2000 years.

CRUISE ON THE BOSPHORUS An amazing cruise between the two continents, EUROPE & ASIA, along the Bosphorus by the Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi Palaces, Ottaman Mansions up to Rumeli Fortress.

CRUISE TO DOLMABAHCE PALACE The Dolmabahce Palace, a blend of various European architectural styles, was built between 1843-1856 by Karabet Balyan, the court architect of Sultan Abdulmecid. The three-storied palace built on a symmetrical plan has 285 rooms and 43 halls. The palace has survived intact with it’s original decorations, furniture, and the silk carpets and curtains. It surpasses all other palaces in the world in wealth and magnificence.

THE RUMELI FORTRESS (FROM THE SEA) Istanbul had been besieged many times before Mehmed the Conqueror took the city in 1453, but it managed to defend itself with help of the Roman city walls.

OPEN BUFFET LUNCH ON THE BOAT After embark the boat, you will have chance to appreciate the rich open buffet season salads, delicious hors d’oeuvre, Chicken Shish Kebap, Adana Kebap and fruit.Please note that during winter we serve the lunch on the calm water of Golden Horn before heading up to Black Sea.

ANADOLU KAVAGI (Stopever) Anadolu Kavagi is the northern tip of Bosphorus, last stop on the Asian Side and the intersection of Marmara Sea and Black Sea. Once a small fishing village, is now became one of the best destination of Tourist and Turkish Local people.

THE MAIDEN’S TOWER (Stopever) Maiden’s Tower is the symbol of Istanbul due to its unique location at the intersection point of the two continents Europe and Asia.

ANATOLIAN FOLK DANCE SHOW on the boat by Turkish Folklore Team. You will have a great show during your cultural & historical boat journey on Bosphorus & Black Sea.

THE BLACK SEA Get the best shot where Bosphorus meets Black Sea.We have a swimming break on the Black Sea Coast druing high season and you have a chance to swim off the boat. As the water becomes too cold and sunset comes very early, we bypass swimming break during winter season.

Important Note: Dolmabahce Palace closed on Monday and Thursday, replaced with Chora Museum.

18.00: At the end of the tour we will drop back you to your hotel.

What’s Included;
• Professional English speaking guide on tours.
• Full day guided tours mentioned in the itinerary.
• Lunch (vegetarian food is available as well)
• All transfers mentioned in the itinerary.
• All museum and entrance fees where necessary.
• All Local taxes & No extra or hidden costs!

What's not included;
• Travel Insurance
• Tips & Personal Expenses
• Beverages


The Bosphorus Bridge spans the Bosphorus Strait and provides the unique chance to step from one continent Ortakoy (European side) to another Beylerbeyi (Asian side), within a few minutes. The Ataturk Bridge carries 200,000 vehicles and 600,000 people a day......

Anadolu Kavağı (Anatolian Land) is in the district Beykoz of Asian Side of Istanbul. It is the last stop on the Bosphorus before the Black Sea and beyond.

A 14th century castle from the Ottoman's first attempt to capture Istanbul, Anatolian Fortress is located on the Asian shore of the city at the narrowest point of the Bosphorus Strait. Sultan Yildirim Bayezit built this fortress in 1395 on the ruins of an old temple dedicated to Zeus.

Dolmabahçe (filled in garden; in the early 17th century a villa was erected here on a filled in piece of ground) is the name for a palace built by members of the Armenian family Balyan. It was built in 1843-1856 for Sultan Abdül Mecit.

The tower was built as a fortress by the Byzantine Emperor Alexius Comnenus in 1110 AD, and was restored and slightly modified several times during the Ottoman period.

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