Hagia Sofia , Blue Mosque, Underground sistern , Topkapi Palace, Hippodrome and Grand Bazaar

Full Day Walking Tour

    This itinerary contains the most important places in istanbul.All historical museums in itinerary are close each other.therefore it is a light walking tour.

Blue Mosque

 It was built for Sultan Ahmed I in 1616 as a second biggest mosque in city. it is famous for blue tiles and six minarets.

Roman Hippodrome

It was the place where people come together to watch carriage horse races.The hippodrome was ornamented with beautiful statues.The obelisk is 4000 years old and made of granite.Serpent column was brought from Apollon temple in Delphi had erected in 4th century.

Hagia Sofia

It was built as an orthodox church in 532 by Emperor Justinian.After conquering Constantinople in 1453 by Sultan Mehmet II  was converted into a mosque . Nowadays it is one of the most visited museums in the world.

Basilica sistern

It was built by Roman emperor Justinian I in 537.it was biggest water reservoir in constantinople.it was built with 336 recycled corinthian and ionic styles columns.

Topkapı palace

It was the biggest palace where Sultans use to rule his empire.it had very big capacity of inhabitants. in these days There are two priceless exhibitions in inner palace.Holy Relics and Treasures.

Grand Bazaar

The largest and most crowded bazaar in istanbul.



09:00 Pick up time


Visiting  Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Hagia Sofia


13:00 Lunch in a local restaurant


14 :00 Visit Topkapı Palace ,Underground Sistern ,Grand Bazaar or Spice Market


17:00 Conclude tour


Topkapı Place is closed on Tuesday

Grand and Spice Bazaars are closed on Sunday.

Meet up location: Meet and greet you in hotel


End location: Bring you back to hotel 


Duration: 8 hours

What's Included: Professional Guiding Service , Transportations


What's Extra: Lunch and Museum tickets


Tour Price : 250$

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