Istanbul is a beautiful city, but it pays to know where to look. Join this half-day Istanbul tour for an insider glimpse at the city’s unmistakable icons, as well as the hidden gems that make it so alluring. Haggle for goods at the iconic Grand Bazaar, marvel at the stunning “Blue Mosque” and learn the history of Divan Yolu — the Old City’s historic main avenue — from your local guide. Your tour also includes a visit to Istanbul's vibrant Spice Bazaar as well as a traditional Turkish tea.
Idiomas da excursão
- Explore as ruas locais em uma excursão a pé pela cidade
- Obtenha dicas exclusivas de nativos
- Grupos pequenos têm garantia de serviço pessoal
- Conduzida por um guia local
Get the most out of Istanbul on a half-day sightseeing tour of the city’s top spots and hidden gems with a local guide. Learn the best places to stop for snacks, savor coffee and sip tea as you meander between sights.
Your walking tour begins with an exploration of the city’s ancient Hippodrome, where chariot races reigned supreme and the center of local life for centuries. From here pay a visit to Divan Yolu. Emperor Constantine mapped out this main thoroughfare of Istanbul’s Old City (it’s now home to tea gardens and eateries as well as Ottoman mosques and intriguing shops) in the early 300s AD.
Next up is Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, internationally known as the “first-ever shopping mall” and home to an incredible array of approximately 4,000 shops. Wander through its backstreets, making a special stop at the book bazaar where Turkey’s first printed book was sold in 1729.
Continue on to the magnificent Süleymaniye Külliyesi, one of the city’s best-known sights. Marvel at the original Turkish baths — part of the larger mosque complex — and learn all about the traditional bathing ritual. Your guide will also provide local insight into Islam before whisking you off to try Turkish tea in a tea house, complete with amazing city views.
Then it’s off to the small-yet-stunning Rustem Pasha Mosque, an Istanbul highlight. Rustem Pasha is Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan’s first octagonal-plan mosque, and its interior is covered with some of the most exquisite iznik tiles ever produced.
Your Istanbul tour wraps up in the colorful and vibrant Spice Bazaar. From here, your guide can direct you to a local lokanta (small restaurant) for lunch or provide additional tips on where to go in the city to make the most of your remaining stay.
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The Grand Bazaar
- Local English-speaking guide
- Tour of Sultanahmet, the Grand Bazaar and Book Bazaar
- Tea at a local tea house
- Visit to the Süleymaniye Mosque complex
- Visit to Rustem Pasa Mosque
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Mosques have very strict dress codes. Women must wear long and loose clothing and ensure their arms, legs and head are fully covered when visiting. Men must cover above their knees and their shoulders. Otherwise you will be refused entry
Política de cancelamento
Se cancelar entre 3 e 6 dia(s) antes da partida agendada, haverá uma taxa de cancelamento de 50 por cento.
Se cancelar no prazo de 2 dia(s) antes da partida agendada, haverá uma taxa de cancelamento de 100 por cento.