Join such a beautiful Bosphorus Tours Istanbul and love the cosmopolitan city from a completely dissimilar perspective while delighting the beautiful views of the Orient and the West at the same time.
Istanbul is Turkey’s most famous city and its financial and cultural center. Located on both sides of the Istanbul Bosphorus, the narrow strait between the 2 seas (the Marmara Sea and the Black Sea), Istanbul connects Europe and Asia both physically and culturally. The city with its historical chersonese, countless historic and scenic sites, Istanbul is a spectacularly unique city that has been the capital to plenty civilizations from past to present and still keeps to be home to residents from all over the planet. Istanbul has about up to 20 million population, making it one of the biggest cities in Europe and the world.
Explore The İstanbul Strait With Our Bosphorus Tours Istanbul
A Bosphorus cruise is presumably one of the best things to do on an Istanbul trip, even when a visitor has a short time to spend. You can buy a ticket at the Eminonu pier, near Old Town, and hop on one of the vessels departing every hour.
These full-day Bosphorus Tours takes passengers on a trip from Europe to the Asian side. Learn about Istanbul that spans 2 continents as you fish out great landmarks, cultural hubs, and scenic outlooks and, and then cruise along the strait that composes a boundary between Asia and Europe.
After pick-up from your hotel, cross the Bosphorus Bridge, which connects the Asian and European sections of the city, for Bosphorus Tours Istanbul.
You can climb to Istanbul’s ultimate point, Çamlica Hill, and view the awe-inspiring city, which seems to stretch out endlessly.
In Bosphorus Cruise, through the strait separating the two continents, Asia and Europe, with an opportunity to take photos of marble palaces, time-honored picket villas of Ottoman architecture besides trendy luxurious and residential properties.
Rumeli Fortress, historical armament designed by the Conqueror to control and defend the Bosphorus, (from the boat – no interior visit). It is a unique example of military design.