Our tour guide was Cicek Hekimgil, what a great day! We had a private family tour around the city with Cicek who was very knowledgeable, easy to work with and extremely accommodating. We saw many sights and extra’s which was a true bonus and very...More
Tours and Tickets by Traveller - Daily City Tours of Istanbul
Stroll the atmospheric neighborhoods and historic streets of old Istanbul on a full-day, private walking tour with an experienced guide. Enjoy the flexibility to customize the day to your interests, with plenty of time to visit the sites that interest you most. Trace a path through centuries of Turkish history as you explore the hippodrome, Blue Mosque and Topkapi Palace. Take in the soaring dome and minarets of Hagia Sophia, then get an insider’s guide to the Grand Bazaar’s vibrant displays of handicrafts, souvenirs and carpets.
Sample some of Istanbul’s favorite foods on a relaxed evening walking tour. Meet an expert local guide and visit much-loved food stops as you stroll through historic Sultanahmet to Taksim Square across the Golden Horn. Absorb the evening bustle and sights of Sultanahmet; enjoy sunset views of the city from the Galata Bridge; and try staples such as fried mussels and ‘baklava,’ the seductively sweet honey-soaked filo parcels that are a Turkish favorite, along the way. Numbers are limited to 14, ensuring personalized attention from a guide.
Make the most of your time in Istanbul with a 4- to 6-hour tour of the city’s best viewpoints, from rooftops, city walls and scenic shorelines. Capture unforgettable images of a skyline that bristles with domes and minarets then watch the maritime traffic along the Bosphorus. Take in historic neighborhoods and fashionable districts, and get an inside perspective on city life. Create the perfect itinerary, then enjoy the flexibility of a private tour to linger at the places that interest you most and experience Istanbul at your own pace.
Explore the city of Ephesus on a 6-hour, small-group tour by plane from Istanbul. Follow in the footsteps of early Christians and ancient Romans in the former heart of western Anatolia. Visit religious sites where Saint John and the Virgin Mary are believed to have lived two millennia ago. See the traces of temples, baths and fountains that bring the ancient world to vivid life, including a reconstructed Temple of Artemis that was a wonder of the ancient world. Transport by air and comfortable minivan with two hours of walking.
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