Istanbul Bus Sightseeing Tour & Bosphorus Cruise

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Istanbul Bus Sightseeing Tour & Bosphorus Cruise is perfect choice to explore Istanbul. You will be able to discover old city walls and you will feel the history by visiting Chora Church. Also, Bosphorsu Cruise will be the unforgetable and informative tour in Istanbul. You will relax and freshen up by swimming in the black sea.

Our staff will come and pick you up from your hote and take you the meeting point. After meeting with the group and tour guide, tour starts from Sultanahmet. Drive along the Old City Walls to the Choar Church Museum. On the way our profossional Istanbul tour guide will give you information about Istanbul and City Walls. Our first stop will be Chora Church ( Kariye)  Museum. You will have time to visit Chora Church then proseed to Miniaturk where you will visit miniature modes of the historical monuments from al around Turkey.

After Miniaturk visit, drive to port to embark the boat  for the Bosphorus Cruise upto Black Sea. You will have open buffet lunch on the boat while you are sailing between two continents to Black Sea. First stop will be  Anadolu Kavagi. We disembark and take a walk about 15 minutes to have a beautiful Bosphorus and Black Sea view from the hill then continue to sail upto Poyrazkoy which is the last village on the Bosphorus before enter the Black Sea. After visiting the Poyrazkoy, you will sail back to Eminonu. After disembarkation, you will be taken to your hotel. 

Brief Info about the sites
City Walls of Constantinople : The Walls of Constantinople are a series of defensive stone walls that have surrounded and protected the city of Constantinople (today Istanbul in Turkey) since its founding as the new capital of the Roman Empire by Constantine the Great.
Chora (Kariye) Church Museum : Chora Church is dedicated world finest mosaics and frescoes. The Kariye Camii - Chora Church, with its glorious mosaics and frescoes, holds an important place in the hearts of many lovers of old Istanbul.
Miniaturk : Miniaturk covers a total area of 60,000 square meters. Its model area is 15,000 sqm, making Miniaturk the world's largest miniature park in respect to its model area. Miniaturk also boasts 40,000 sqm of open space, 3,500 sqm of covered area, 2,000 sqm of pools and waterways, and a parking lot with a capacity of 500 vehicles.The park contains 120 models done in 1/25th scale. 57 of the structures are from Istanbul, 51 are from Anatolia, and 12 are from the Ottoman territories that today lie outside of Turkey.
Bosphorus Stair : The Bosphorus is the world's narrowest strait used for international navigation, it connects the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara (which is connected by the Dardanelles to the Aegean Sea , and thereby to the Mediterranean Sea ). 
Anadolu Kavagi (Fortress) : Anadolu Fortress was built during Sultan Bayezit I period for moveing the troops from Anatolia to Europe safely. Especialy, the fortress was built for supporting the siege of Constantinople enforced by the Sultan in 1396-97. The other purpose of the fortress was to block supplies to Constantinople from the remaining Byzantine possessions in the Black Sea and especialy from Trebizond. 
Poyrazkoy : Poyrazkoy is the last village before reaching to the Black Sea and is located on the Anatolian side of the Bosphorus. Poyrazkoy is naturally protected from the rough winds and currents and is therefore a suitable choice for yachts and boats to anchor. Swimming facility is available in Poyrazkoy.

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Hotel pick up and drop off
English Speaking Tour Guide
Parking Fees.
Non Smoking air-conditioned touristical vehicle
Local Taxes
Serice Charge
Entrance Fees
Tips to driver and Guide
Personal Expense
Drinks at Lunch
You are kindly requested to present your self at the pick up point 15 minutes prior the pre advised pick up time
30% discount for children below the age 7, free for the ages 0-2
Kariye (St. Savior in Chora) Museum is closed on Wednesday

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