Bosphorus on Boat and Cable Car
The walls were breached twice, first by the Fourth Crusade in 1204 and then by the cannons and troops of Fatih Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453.
Drive To Golden Horn By Bus
The Golden Horn is a naturally secure harbor that has played a significant role in Istanbul’s development. It divides the European shoreline into two parts and has a length of approximately 8 km, with the widest section being the entrance from the Bosphorus. At the far end of the inlet, two streams converge. It divides the European shoreline into two parts and has a length of approximately 8 km, with the widest section being the entrance from the Bosphorus.
Cable Car and Pierre Loti Hill
Cable Car and Pierre Loti Hill are named after the famous French writer. The location provides magnificent views of the Golden Horn and the city itself.
Boat Trip on Bosphorus
Take an amazing boat trip along the Bosphorus, between the two continents of Europe and Asia, passing by Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi Palaces, as well as wooden villas and mansions, all the way up to the Rumeli Fortress.
It is important to note that there is no interior visit at Rumeli Fortress from the sea. Istanbul had faced numerous sieges prior to its fall to Fatih Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror in 1453. However, it was able to fend off the invaders with the assistance of the ancient Byzantine city walls.
|Excursion Price:||35 EURO|
|Excursion Type:||Istanbul Half Day Afternoon Tour|
|Istanbul Bus and Boat Tour|
|Excursion Available in:||English|
|Tour Days (in English):||Everyday|