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ISTANBUL HALFDAY MORNING ASIA TOUR

The Itinerary of the Istanbul Halfday Morning Asia tour:

Camlica Hill
Camlica Mosque
Beylerbeyi Palace
Bosphorus Bridge

Immerse yourself in the wonders of Istanbul with our Istanbul Halfday Asia tour, a must-see for any traveler. Experience the grandeur of the city’s iconic sites, including the Camlıca Mosque, the largest mosque in history, and the Beylerbey Palace, a symbol of Turkey’s rich cultural heritage.

This half-day tour is perfect for business and leisure travelers, offering a quick and efficient way to discover the city’s beauty. Once you’ve explored the European side, embark on an unforgettable journey to the Asian side, accessible by crossing the magnificent Bosphorus Suspension Bridge.

You’ll have the chance to visit Camlica Hill, where you can soak in panoramic views of Istanbul’s breathtaking skyline. The Tour also includes visiting the Beylerbeyi Palace, a stunning 19th-century royal summer residence showcasing opulent Ottoman-era architecture and interior design.

Take advantage of this opportunity to experience the best of Istanbul’s wonders in a single day. Contact us today to reserve your spot on this daily Tour.

What Will You See During Istanbul Halfday Asia Tour?

The Istanbul Halfday Morning Asia Tour takes you to the must-see locations on the Asian continent of Istanbul. From Çamlıca Hill, you’ll have a bird’s eye view of the city and capture unique photos.

Discover the most beautiful locations in Istanbul with the Halfday Morning Asia Tour, which lasts approximately 4 hours. This Tour is perfect for those new to the city, as it showcases all of its beauty. You can enjoy Istanbul at your own pace with our flexible itinerary. Here’s what you can expect:

First, we will pick you up from the hotel at 08:30 am and then transfer you to the first stop point.

Our first destination is the Çamlica Viewpoint, offering one of the best views of Istanbul. From here, you can see the majestic Bosphorus Strait, as well as the European and Asian sides of the city.
Later, we visited the Çamlıca Mosque, the largest mosque in Istanbul and Turkey today. Its grandeur and beauty will leave you amazed.
Next, we head to the Beylerbeyi Palace, which served as the summer residence of Sultan Abdulaziz in the 18th century. Its architecture and gardens are truly unforgettable.
We then crossed the Bosphorus Bridge by bus, the first bridge to connect the continents in 1973. You can enjoy the breathtaking panorama from the middle of the bridge, with views of both continents and the Bosphorus.
It ends at 1:00 pm, and we will drop you back at your hotel.

NOTE:
Beylerbeyi is closed on Mondays. Instead, you will visit Çamlıca Tower.