One of the leading tourist destination in the world, with stunning scenery and rich historic legacy. A captivating blend of East and West with one arm reaching out to Asia and the other to Europe.
At night the mosque is bathed in blue, as lights frame the mosque’s five main domes, six minarets and eight secondary domes. It sits next to the Hagia Sophia.
Hagia Sophiais a great architectural beauty. Once a church, later a mosque, and now it is a museum at the Turkish Republic.
A sunken palace that lies beneath the city of Istanbul. This underground palace is filled with ancient wonders such as the Medusa Pillar Bases, and the Hen’s Eye Column. Few scenes of Hollywood movie “Inferno” (Actor – Tom Hanks) were shot here.
The Grand Bazaar is among the world’s oldest and largest covered markets, operational since 1461.Extending between the Grand Bazaar and the Egyptian Bazaar, is Istanbul’s major spice market.
Grand Bazaar/Spice Bazaar
Classic Bosphorus Cruise begins slightly to the east of the famous Galata Bridge and continues to Anadolu Kavagi which is the Bosphorus’ entrance to the Black Sea making numerous sightseeing stops along the strait. It has its own fun in night and in day.
The Topkapi Palace is a large museum in Istanbul. In 15th century, it served as the main residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman Sultans.
Galata Tower is one of the eye catching land mark of Istanbul. It is one of the highest and oldest (206 feet high) tower that provides a panoramic view of the old town.