The Bosphorus BridgeBuilt in 1973, the bridge connects the European and the Asian sections of Istanbul. While travelling over 60 meters above the sea level, an immaculate sight of the city's both modern and ancient sites can be seen.
Çamlica HillThe highest point in Istanbul, with a panoramic command over the city. Provided that Istanbul chooses to show its beauties and blesses the visitors with a clear day, one can see (and picture) forever.
Beylerbeyi PalaceOne of the largest, mostlavishly furnished 19th century summer residences of the Ottoman sultans. The rooms are kept with their original furniture; and visitors feel like house guests of the Imperial family.
Baghdad StreetOnce the grouping point for the merchants who were set to travel the ancient Silk Road, this popular street on the Asian side of Istanbul has elegant boutiques and shopping alternatives. This will be a perfect chance to see the urban lifestyle of modern Istanbul.
Per person: 40 €
Prices do not include 18 % V.A.T.
EXCLUDES• Drinks and all personal expenses.
PLEASE NOTEPlease note that the Beylerbeyi Palace is closed on Mondays and Thursdays; and that it is replaced by early 20th century (1907) Hidiv Pavilion.
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