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Bosphorus Cruise with Cable Car Tour

Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise with Cable Car is a half day group tour includes licenced  tour guide,  museum tickets in tour program and hotel pick-drop off from city center hotels. We higly recommend  Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise with Two Continents ...

Bosphorus Cruise with Cable Car Tour


Instructor: En
Transfer: Yes
Location: Istanbul
Duration: Half day

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Bosphorus Cruise with Cable Car Tour

Tour Details:

Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise with Cable Car is a half day group tour. It includes licenced  tour guide,  museum tickets in tour program and hotel pick-drop off from city center hotels.

We higly recommend  Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise with Two Continents if you didnt visit Eyyub El Ensari Tomb in Istanbul yet and didnt try cable car experience.

Tour Program:

  • City Walls
  • Golden Horn
  • Cable Car
  • Pierre Lotti Hill
  • Eyyub El Ensari Tomb
  • Bosphorus Boat Tour
  • Shopping

What is included?

  • Pick up-drop off from city center hotels
  • Licenced tour guide
  • Museum tickets in program

What is not included?

  • Self expenses
  • Tips

Cancellation Policy

  • If you cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience, you will receive full refund.
  • When you cancel less than 24 hours before start time, you will not be refunded.
  • If you want any changes less than 24 hours before start time, it will not be accepted.
  • If the tour canceled due to poor weather, we will offer a different date or a full refund.

Bosphorus Cruise with Cable Car Tour (HALF DAY AFTERNOON TOUR)

  • City Walls:

The City Walls of Istanbul, also known as the Walls of Constantinople, are historic fortifications that played a crucial role in the city’s defense throughout its long history. Built by various emperors and expanded over centuries, these walls served as formidable barriers protecting Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul) from invasions.

  • Golden Horn:

    The Golden Horn, located in Istanbul, Turkey, is a prominent horn-shaped inlet that separates the European side of the city. Spanning approximately 7.5 kilometers, it serves as a historic harbor with cultural and commercial significance. Over the centuries, the Golden Horn has played a pivotal role in the maritime activities of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires. Iconic landmarks, including the Galata Tower and Süleymaniye Mosque, grace its shores, contributing to Istanbul’s architectural heritage. The Galata Bridge connects both sides, offering picturesque views and serving as a hub for public transportation. The Golden Horn remains a cultural symbol, reflecting the rich history and vibrant life of Istanbul.

  • Pierre Lotti Hill:

    Pierre Loti Hill, located in the Eyüp district of Istanbul, Turkey, is a picturesque hilltop offering panoramic views of the Golden Horn and the historic city. Named after the French author and naval officer Pierre Loti, the hill is known for its association with his frequent visits and inspiration for his literary works. Visitors can reach the summit via a cable car and enjoy a relaxing atmosphere at the famous Pierre Loti teahouse while taking in the breathtaking scenery. The hill is not only a popular spot for its views but also holds historical significance and is in proximity to attractions like the Eyüp Sultan Mosque and Eyüp Cemetery. With its tranquil ambiance and captivating vistas, Pierre Loti Hill is a favored destination for both locals and tourists seeking a unique experience in Istanbul.

  • Eyyub El Ensari Tomb:

    The Tomb of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari, also known as Eyüp Sultan Mosque, is a revered religious site in Istanbul, Turkey, located in the Eyüp district. Dedicated to Abu Ayyub al-Ansari, a companion of Prophet Muhammad, the tomb holds deep historical and spiritual significance. Dating back to the early Islamic era, the Ottomans built the mosque around the tomb after conquering Constantinople in 1453. Considered one of the holiest sites in Istanbul, it has become a destination for pilgrimages, prayers, and seeking blessings. The mosque complex, featuring Ottoman architecture, includes a cemetery where Ottoman sultans and dignitaries are buried. Eyüp Sultan Mosque remains a place of reflection, drawing both local worshippers and tourists seeking a spiritual and cultural experience.

  • Bosphorus Boat Tour:

    A Bosphorus Boat Tour in Istanbul is a popular and enchanting activity that takes participants on a journey along the Bosphorus Strait, the natural waterway dividing the European and Asian sides of the city. This scenic tour showcases Istanbul’s rich history and architectural wonders, including landmarks like the Dolmabahçe Palace, Ortaköy Mosque, and Rumeli Fortress. Passengers can admire the impressive bridges spanning the strait, enjoy views of traditional waterfront mansions (yalıs), and experience the captivating cityscape. Daytime tours provide clear views of the landmarks, while evening and night tours offer a magical atmosphere with the city lights reflecting on the water. Options range from public ferries, offering an authentic experience, to private tours with guided commentary and catering. Bosphorus Boat Tours provide a cultural and informative excursion, allowing participants to immerse themselves in the beauty and history of Istanbul from a unique vantage point.