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Afternoon Bosphorus Cruise and Cable car From Pierre Loti Coffee House

Afternoon Bosphorus Cruise and Cable car From Pierre Loti Coffee House

Afternoon Bosphorus Cruise and Cable car From Pierre Loti Coffee House
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The best way to see the sights of Istanbul from the boat

3 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Private Boat for Gray Line Turkey guests
  • The Royal Dolmabahce Palace (from the boat)
  • Bosphorus Cruise
  • Pierre Loti Coffee House
  • Cable Car
  • Bosphorus Bridge



Added Safety Measures in Place

Includes

Free pick up from central hotels Guidance A/C transportation

  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Departure Time Subject to Change
  • Bosphorus Tours are practiced with regular boat if minimum number of attendants is not provided for the private boat

From US$41

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Itinerary

Bosphorus Cruise, through the waterway separating the two continents, Europe and Asia, with a possibility to take photographs of marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman architecture besides modern residentials and luxurious apartments.

Rumeli Fortress (from the boat - no interior visit), historical armament built by the Conqueror to control and protect the Bosphorus. A unique example of military architecture.

Golden Horn (from the bus), the arm of the Bosphorus and a natural harbour of the historical peninsula separating the old and the new parts of İstanbul where the first colonies settled during the Byzantines. The residential area for Byzantine Jews, Italian traders and other non-muslim minorities. Drive along the traces of history at Balat viewing Metal Church of St. Stephen the Bulgarian, Jewish Hospital (Or-Ahayim), Fener Orthodox Patriarchate and 22 kms. long Byzantine City Walls, strongest fortification of the middle age.

Cable car (teleferique) to Pierre Loti Coffee House.

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