Dolmabahce Palace and City Walls Tour

Daily Istanbul Tour

Half Day - Morning Tour - Every Day

Next Tour: 21.11.2018 Start: 08:00
Duration: 5 Hours End: 13:00
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After the beginning of our tour, we will visit the Egyptian Spice Market. Egyptian market built in 1660 and you can find so many kind of traditional Turkish spices, desserts, delights and ceramics here. Then we will go to Dolmabahce Palace. Dolmabahce Palace’s amazing architecture will charme you. It is the biggest Palace in Turkey and the former residence of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. You will have a chance to the see substantial places of Istanbul when we’ll travel Old Peninsula. Finally, we will pay a visit to the old city walls of Istanbul that were built in 5. Century by Byzantine Emperor II. Theodosius.
Adult: Children:
Adult: €30 €40

Child: €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
Egyptian Spice Bazaar From Outside
Egyptian Spice Bazaar's Street
Golden Horn and Marmara Sea
Golden Horn from Sky
Walls of Constantinople

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

Byzantine Old City Walls were built in Byzantine Empire era for the protect of the city of Constantinople by Byzantine (Eastern Roman) Emperor Constantine the Great. Then, second wall, Theodosian Walls, was made by the Emperor Theodosius II. in 5th century. Byzantine City Walls consist of 3 walls. They are Land Walls, Sea Walls and Theodosian Walls. Their total length is 22 kilometers.... Explore Byzantine City Walls

The Golden Horn separates European side of İstanbul. Its shape looks like a horn. It is a kind of natural port. Golden Horn’s length is 7.5 kilometers (4.66 mi), and it has parks on both sides. On left side of golden horn, you are able to see attractions of old city of Istanbul.... Explore Golden Horn

Spice (Egyptian) Bazaar was built by an architect, Koca Kasım Ağa, by the ordered of Sultana Turhan in 1664 AD. Spice Bazaar is the second biggest closed bazaar in İstanbul after Grand Covered Bazaar. In Ottoman Empire era, most of the goods in Spice Bazaar was coming from Egypt. Therefore, the other name of Spice Bazaar is Egyptian Bazaar. Egyptian Bazaar has 85 shops that you can find the bes... Explore Spice Bazaar