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Ottoman Relics

Ottoman Relics

Ottoman Relics
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Delve into the History of the Muslim world on a tour to the Topkapı Palace and Sultan Tombs

3 Hours
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

Highlights

  • Immerse yourself in the history of the Ottoman Empire with a visit to the Topkapi Palace
  • Walk where Sultans once walked as you view the various exhibits, which include chinese porcelain, weapons, calligraphy and more
  • Topkapı Palace
  • Sultan Tombs



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Includes

  • Free pick up and drop of from/to city center hotels
  • Muesum Entrance Fees
  • Donations to the Tombs
  • Roundtrip Transfers from/to Central Hotels
  • Guidance
  • Transportation with A/C Vehicles

  • Optional Gratuities

Please Note

  • Harem section is not included at the Topkapi Palace.
  • Topkapı Palace is closed on Tuesdays and the whole tour is replaced with Patriarchate at Fener, Church of Panagia of Blachernae, St. Savior in Chora, Anemas Dungeons and Tekfur Palace (from outside).

From US$47

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Itinerary

Topkapı Palace, residence of Ottoman Sultans exhibiting imperial treasury, sacred Islamic relics of Prophet Mohammed, kitchen, Chinese porcelain, weapons, calligraphy section etc. Live guide commentary is not allowed in special sections. (Harem is not included in the program)

Sultan Tombs, there are five tombs of Ottoman Sultans within the graveyard at Hagia sophia.
The ceramic panels are the most beautiful examples of the 16th century with purple, red, green and blue flower motives. Prince robes and a small piece from the Kaaba covers are displayed on the sarcophaguses.

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