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Places to Visit in Istanbul

Cruise Tour with Dinner

Unforgettenable activity by sailing on amazing bosphorus with many activities and dinner. * You will be picked up from our hotel at 19:30 transfer to yacht and will be dropped back to hotel at 00.30 am. * Sail up the Bosphorus, the waterway between Europe and Asia, passing under the suspension. * Many animations, music during sailing. * Menu with many kind of food (starters;…

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Bursa Tour

Bursa is a large city in Turkey, located in northwestern Anatolia, within the Marmara Region. It is the fourth most populous city in Turkey and one of the most industrialized metropolitan centers in the country. The city is also the administrative center of Bursa Province. Bursa was the first major and second overall capital of the Ottoman State between 1335 and 1363. The city was…

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Abant Tour

Lake Abant is a freshwater lake in Turkey’s Bolu Province in northwest Anatolia, formed as a result of a great landslide. The lake lies at an altitude of 1,328 m (4,357 ft) at a distance of 32 km (20 mi) from the provincial seat of Bolu city. It is a favorite vacation and excursion spot for both Turkish and foreign travellers thanks to the natural…

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Edirne Tour

Edirne is situated 7 km (4.3 mi) near to the Greek and 20 km (12 mi) to the Bulgarian border, Edirne is famed for its many mosques, domes and minarets. The Selimiye Mosque, built in 1575 and designed by Turkey’s greatest master architect, Mimar Sinan (c. 1489/1490–1588), is one of the most important monuments in the city. It has the highest minarets in Turkey, at…

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Yalova Tour

Yalova is a city located in northwestern Turkey, near the eastern coast of the Sea of Marmara. Yalova has a number of tourist attractions, such as the “Yalova Atatürk Mansion” used by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the modern Turkey, during his visits to the city. There are also numerous new cultural centres, such as the Raif Dinçkök Cultural Centre and Cem Kültür House….

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Sapanca Tour

Sapanca is a town and district in the Sakarya Province in the Marmara region of Turkey near Lake Sapanca. Sapanca has been recently become a tourist destination, due to its stunning natural environment and its lake, called Sapanca Gölü, as well as its proximity to İstanbul and the city of İzmit, also known as Kocaeli. During Sapanca Tour, our guests will love the natural beauties…

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Kilyos Beach Tour

Kilyos, also Kumköy, is a village located in the Sarıyer district of Istanbul, Turkey. It is also a well-known seaside resort on the Black Sea coast of the European side of Istanbul Province, famous for its beaches. During Kilyos Tour, our guests enjoy the impeccable beauty of virgin Black Sea beaches. If guests prefer to enter in private beaches, entrance fee ll be belong to…

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Basillica Cistern

The city’s most unexpectedly romantic attraction, the Basilica Cistern, offers an insight into the complicated system that once brought drinking water into Istanbul from Thrace (an area of the south-east Balkans now constituting Turkish land n the European mainland, and a chunk of Bulgaria). Constructed in the sixth century and then forgotten for centuries, the cistern that once stored the water has been fitted with…

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Aya Sophia

After decades in which scaffolding cluttered the interior of Emperor Justinian’s sixth-century Byzantine masterpiece, the thrill of being able to experience the extraordinary spaciousness of this famous church-turned-mosque-turned museum is hard to overstate. Downstairs the building is largely empty; the best of the glittering mosaics lurk in the galleries upstairs. Newly opened are the tombs of several early Ottoman sultans and their slaughtered sons –…

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Blue Mosque

Facing Aya Sofya across a small park and mirroring its domed silhouette, the early 17th-century Blue Mosque is one of only a handful of mosques in the world to boast six minarets. Is it really blue? Well, not noticeably, although all the walls are papered with fine İznik tiles. To view it as the architect, Sedefkar Mehmed Aga, originally intended, enter via what looks like…

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