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62 HasIrcIlar Carsisi Eminonu, Istanbul Turkey
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Best of Istanbul: 1, 2 or 3-Day Private Guided Tour
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Best of Istanbul: 1, 2 or 3-Day Private Guided Tour

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The bridge between east and west, Istanbul is a vibrant city with magnificent architecture and a rich history as the former capital of the Ottoman empire. Cover top sites like the Blue Mosque and the Spice Market on this action-packed guided trip, which offers 1-, 2-, or 3-day itineraries to best suit your schedule. Because it’s a private tour, you have plenty of time for questions along the way.
$150.00 per adult
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dawood q wrote a review Apr 2
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I came with a group of my friends to visit the Reustem pasa mosque but unfortunately it was metrobus station of Haramiere
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Date of experience: April 2021
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ferda b wrote a review Mar 2020
Nanaimo, Canada64 contributions57 helpful votes
A bit tricky to find but worth it! From Yenikapi tram station, head towards the front entrance Egyptian bazar or Spice Market. Don't enter. Stay outside and follow the right hand side (if you are facing the entrance) of the market OUTSIDE past cheese vendors and etc. Continue on until you see (and smell the coffee) Mehmet Efendi Kurukahveci. Pass the coffee shop and turn right down the street before Mehmet Efendi's. Walk straight down for 5 minutes and the mosque will be on the right. You'll turn right to find the entrance I think. It is another masterpiece from Mimar Sinan, the celebrated Turkish architect. The combination of red carpets and the turquoise tiles is breathtakingly beautiful and because it is in a smaller scale than his other mosques, the impact is intensified. Remember women to dress modestly and bring a scarf to cover your head. There's no shortage of beautiful scarves around to buy if need be. This whole area is full of treasures if you are willing to look. I recommend having lunch at Saray Muhallebicisi back towards Yeni Cami. They are very good.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Martin H wrote a review Jan 2020
Hong Kong, China325 contributions179 helpful votes
We made a special detour here to see this beautiful mosque but everything was totally covered by boards for the renovation so you can't see a single tile. The mosque is,still open for prayer. Will have to come back in a few years to see it.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Tanja S wrote a review Nov 2019
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The mosque is still under renovation and opened only for prayers. The sign for this is on the entrance (when you find it). Shame cause we have been before and it was really lovel.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Mohsin A wrote a review Aug 2019
Muscat, Oman467 contributions395 helpful votes
Rustem Pasha Masjid is another wonderful creation of sinan, the great turkish architect. It's closed for visitors due to renovation work going inside. However prayers still continue and I was able to see it.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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