Dolmabahce Palace and Camlıca Hill Tour

Daily Istanbul Tour

Half Day - Afternoon Tour - Every Day

Next Tour: 21.11.2018 Start: 13:00
Duration: 5 Hours End: 18:00
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At first we will visit Dolmabahce Palace, this Ottoman palace was built in Baroque, Rococo and Neoclassical styles in 1856. It contains 285 rooms and 46 halls. You will see the famous chandelier which weighs 4500 kg. After we will travel from Europe to Asia by passing Bosphorus Bridge. You will explore 360° Istanbul view on the Bosphorus Bridge. Then we will go up to Camlica Hill for the best view on Istanbul. You can watch the beautiful Bosphorus from Camlica Hill that is under your feet.
Adult: Children:
Adult: €30 €40

Child: €25 €28
You can pay Cash or by Credit Card
in the beginning of tour

INCLUDED

Transfer
Tour Guide
Enterence Fees
dolmabahce palace view from sea
dolmabahce palace chandelier
dolmabahce palace architecture
Istanbul view with Bosphorus Bridge
Bosphorus Bridge with Lights
Camlica Hill View

Notice

Pick up and drop off services includes only city center hotels (Fatih, Beyoglu, Sisli)

Sights to See

Dolmabahce Palace was built on the coastline of Bosphorus between the years of 1839 and 1861 AD. Dolmabahçe Palace was ordered by the Sultan Abdülmecid I as major residence. Dolmabahçe is the largest palace in Turkey. It has 285 rooms and 46 halls. It’s architecture contains neoclassical baroque and rococo styles blended with Ottoman architecture. If you visit Dolmabahce Palace, you should s... Explore Dolmabahce Palace

Bosphorus Bridge is the first bridge that connects European and Asian sides of Istanbul. It was built in 1973. Bosphorus Bridge extends from Ortakoy on the European side to Beylerbeyi on the Asian side. Its length is 1560 meter and its width is 33.40 meter.... Explore Bosphorus Bridge

Camlica Hill is located in Uskudar district. Its location is close to Bosphorus. Therefore, Camlica Hill is one of the best place to watch amazing Istanbul view. You may go to Camlica Hill for Turkish breakfast or dinner. There are two hills, Buyuk Camlica Hill (265 mt.) and Kucuk Camlica Hill (228 mt.).... Explore Camlıca Hill