|Next Tour: 29.02.2020||Start: 13:00|
|Duration: 4 Hours||End: 17:00|
Topkapı Palace is closed on tuesday, it is replaced with Basilica Cistern.
Pick up and drop off services includes only city center hotels (Fatih, Beyoglu, Sisli)
Topkapı Palace was built after the conquest of Istanbul by the order of Fatih The Conqueror in 1478 AD. The palace was used as Sultans major residence and it had been used for Ottoman rule for 380 years. Now, Topkapi Palace is one of the most popular tourist destination in Istanbul. Topkapı Palace takes space 80.000 square meters approximately. When you visit to Topkapı Palace Museum, you shoul... Explore Topkapı Palace
Little Hagia Sophia was built between 527-536 AD by Byzantian Emparor Justinianos I and his wife. The monument’s name was Aya Sergios ve Bachos, which was used as a chuch in Byzantine era. It is known as oldest Byzantian building in Istanbul. The church was converted into a mosque during the Ottoman Empire period by Sultan Beyazid II.... Explore Little Hagia Sophia