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About this tour
If you’re looking to experience the rich history of Istanbul, the Istanbul Halfday Morning Golden Horn Tour is an excellent option. This tour takes you on a journey through the city’s most remarkable landmarks, allowing you to immerse yourself in the captivating allure of Constantinople. In just 5 hours, you can explore the historical epochs of Istanbul and embrace the ancient vibes of Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans.

The tour is suitable for both business and leisure travelers, and you’ll get to visit the Suleymaniye Mosque, which is one of the most important mosques in history and a historical landmark of the old city of Istanbul. You’ll also get to see other iconic sites.

This is a fantastic opportunity to witness the magnificent beauty of Istanbul. Don’t miss out on the chance to embark on a remarkable journey through the city’s varied and contrasting landscape. Discover the sights, relish the flavors, and indulge in the distinct charm of Istanbul – the city that links two continents. Our Istanbul tour is crafted to offer an exceptional opportunity to enhance your Turkish vacation.

The Itinerary of the Halfday Morning Golden Horn Tour:

Suleymaniye Mosque
Saint Stephen’s Orthodox Church
Venerable Patriarchal Church of Saint George
Balat and Fener
Lunch Break

What Will You See During Halfday Morning Golden Horn Tour?
First, we will pick you up from the hotel at 08:10 am and then transfer you to the first stop point.

Our first destination is the Süleymaniye Mosque, offering one of the best views of Istanbul. The Süleymaniye Mosque is an architectural masterpiece designed by the renowned Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan during the 16th century.
Later, we visit Saint Stephen’s Orthodox Church in Istanbul, also known as the Bulgarian Iron Church, a historic and unique church constructed entirely of iron in the late 19th century.
Next, we head to The Patriarchal Church of Saint George, situated in Istanbul, a significant religious site for the Greek Orthodox community, serving as the principal church of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.
Then We go to Balat and Fener, two historic neighborhoods in Istanbul renowned for their vibrant atmosphere, colorful houses, and rich cultural heritage, including significant religious and ethnic diversity.
In the Fatih district, one of the oldest and most significant Muslim districts, we will have lunch that includes authentic Turkish food, a typical dessert, tea, and a non-alcoholic drink of your choice. You can enjoy a fantastic panoramic view of the old city while having your meal. Additionally, you will have some free time to take unforgettable selfies with your loved ones.
Ending at 14:00 pm, and is near Sultanhmet Square or optional hotel drop off.