Explore the historic area of Taksim—gourmet restaurants, shopping and popular sights from Taksim Square to Istiklal Avenue.
Shopping, Cafés and Museums
The nickname of this 17th-century structure refers to the brilliant color of its tiled interior.
Enter the maze of shop-lined streets in one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world to browse hundreds of thousands of hand-crafted objects.
Once a church, then a Byzantine cathedral, later a mosque and now a monument, this iconic building is a national treasure.
The official residence of the Ottoman sultans for about four centuries is now accessible to the public and home to sacred relics.
The “Sunken Palace” is one of the most striking remnants of Byzantine Constantinople and is the largest of hundreds of ancient underground reservoirs in Istanbul.
This 16th-century mosque is not only the largest active mosque in Istanbul, but also one of the city’s most symbolic.
Flavorful, traditional, and mouth watering: these words best describe Istanbul’s food scene. Don’t just hear about it, try it on a private tour with a friendly local! Turkish cheese is one of the best! You’ll have a chance to discover why with a cheese platter at a local favorite eatery.
See the best of Istanbul with your knowledgeable guide. Be sure to take your camera with you to visit famous monuments including the exquisite Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, and the Grand Bazaar, one of the largest covered markets in the world.
Your private tour guide will meet you at your hotel reception at 09.00 am. Together you will either walk or catch a public transportation to the old city. Private Istanbul Old City Walk is a full day walking tour that covers the main highlights of the city Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, and The Grand Bazaar.
Beyoglu —also known as Pera, is the cultural heart of the city’s art, cuisine, and entertainment scene. By night the district comes to life; discover the area’s back-streets, sample culinary delicacies, and taste popular local dishes.
With its headquarters in London and 250 years of history, the world-famous Madame Tussauds Istanbul offers a fun-filled experience for visitors of all ages on Beyoglu Istiklal Street.
Day 1 - Transfer to Bus Station - Night Bus to Pamukkale We will pick you up from our agency at 19:00 pm transfer to Bus station. Bus will leave from istanbulat 21:00 pm.
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Beyoglu is highly notable for its popular shops, and you might want to visit top sights like Taksim Square and Galata Tower. See more of Sütlüce Mahallesi by jumping on the metro at Tunel Square Station or Taksim Station.
Travellers choose Galata for its ample dining options. Hop aboard the metro at Tunel Square Station or Karakoy Station and check out top sights like Galata Tower.
Travellers choose Karakoy for its abundant dining options. Hop aboard the metro at Karakoy Station or Tophane Station and check out top sights like Galata Tower.
Seaside views interesting history and top sights from Spice Bazaar to Galata Bridge – discover Eminönü, a destination also famous for its shopping.
Spend some time visiting places like Spice Bazaar while getting to know Sirkeci, and be sure to check out the abundant dining options. You can hop aboard the metro at Sirkeci Station or Eminonu Station to see more of the area.
Enjoy the popular shops in Sisli. Istanbul Cevahir Shopping and Entertainment Centre is a worthwhile stop, and you can jump on the metro at Sisli Station or Osmanbey Station to see more of Istanbul.