- Pick up from your hotel around 07:45 - 08:20 and we will go to...
- Hagia Sophia
- Blue Mosque
- Egyptian obelisk
- Grand Bazaar
Hagia Sophia Museum, which is considered 8th Wonder of the World, was constructed by Emperor Justinianos as a church at the beginning of
the 6th Century. The Church was converted into a mosque in 1453 and subsequently into a museum in 1935 by M. Kemal ATATURK. Hagia Sophia,
which sheds light to history with its beautiful mosaics, is among the museums that are visited the most in the world.
Blue Mosque, which is the most magnificent mosque of Istanbul, was constructed at the beginning of the 17th Century.
It is called the Blue Mosque because of more then 20.000 blue and yellow Iznik tiles inside. In addition to its courtyard,
domes and its characteristic as the mosque of Turkey with six minarets, it has beautiful calligraphy ceiling decoration
Egyptian obelisks are the oldest historical works in Istanbul.
These stones, which were made of pink granite, were constructed in year 390 in the era of Theodosius.
Grand Bazaar (Covered market) is a historical location with an extraordinary atmosphere that separates you from the chaos of
the modern world and makes you feel as if you are somewhere in the 1001 nights with the positive energy that surrounds you when you enter it.
This structure, which is constructed on a very broad area in a labyrinth shape, is called the covered market because it is completely covered and
it has numerous doors opening to the exterior. There are approximately 4.000 stores with jewelry and hand-woven carpets waiting for you inside this unique building.