Bosphorus Sunset Cruise on a Luxurious Yacht
- Skip the line
- Duration: 2.5 hours
Save time and money with a convenient 2, 3, 5 or 7-day passport to Istanbul. The Istanbul Tourist Pass is an online city Pass that provides access to some of the city’s top sights, during the days you choose. It is the only city pass available that allows you to enjoy Istanbul in a simple, convenient, and fun way. All the passes include a chat service during available hours with professional guides over WhatsApp. By presenting your GetYourGuide voucher at the entrance, gain access to: • Hagia Sophia Guided Tour in English (check meeting point and tour schedule) • Topkapi Palace Museum Guided Tour in English (check meeting point and tour schedule) • Basilica Cistern Guided Tour in English (check meeting point and tour schedule) • Dolmabahçe Palace Guided Tour in English (check meeting point and tour schedule) • Blue Mosque Guided Tour (check meeting point and tour schedule) • Grand Baz...
По-изгодно е отколкото закупуване на отделни билети. Удачен вариант е за престой поне 3-4 дни. Не ми харесва, че входовете са безплатни само с екскурзовод. Часовете за влизане са два или три за целия ден, а някъде дори само един. Трябва да избираш кой обект да разгледаш, защото трудно се комбинират часовете за вход.
When you arrive in Istanbul your welcome package will be waiting at your hotel. Inside the package, find your card loaded with 10 tickets for public transportation, a pass card for 12 museums, vouchers to join the Bosphorus Cruise, Hagia Sophia, and Topkapi Palace Tours. Skip the ticket line at the Hagia Sophia Museum, Topkapi Palace and Harem, Chora Museum, Fethiye Museum, Galata Mevlevi House, Hagia Irene, Istanbul Archaeological Museums, Istanbul Mosaic Museum, Museum for the History of Science and Technology in Islam, Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, and the Rumeli Hisar Museum. Enjoy the Hagia Sophia and the Topkapi Palace with a professional guide. Have fun at the cruise along the Bosphorus and witness breathtaking views over the shimmering waters of Istanbul's magnificent river. See bridges, palaces, fortresses, seaside residences and, many other historical places. Travel ar...
Our guide Haluk was excellent - with a great knowledge of history, a sense of humor and psychology of tourists. I will recommend him to friends who are going to Istanbul.
Experience Istanbul stress-free with a pre-charged travel card for public transport networks throughout the city. Travel on the metro, trams, buses, and ferries to experience the city like a local. Using your ticket is easy: simply swipe it at the entrance machines at each station of tram, metro, or public ferry boat. Your ticket will be validated upon each use and can be used for 5 or 10 rides depending on the option you book. Your card will be delivered before your arrival at your hotel located in the Sultanahmet or Taksim areas. After booking, the local partner will send you a separate email with a city map and an e-booklet with discounts for attractions and activities in Istanbul.
Skip the ticket lines to 11 museums with a flexible Istanbul museum pass. Compared to regular museum passes, this the "plus version" is including an audio guide app in 9 languages and orientation tips by an official tour guide at the Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace. You can pick up your pass right at the Hagia Sophia without waiting in line at the local representative. The audio guides are apps which are able to be downloaded on your smartphone, and you can get brief information about the most important historical facts from authorized museum guides. These guides will help you discover these museums afterwards at your own pace.
You can visit up to 10 of Istanbul's museum. You do not need to wait in long queues to get admission tickets so you will save time and save money. The museums included are the Hagia Sophia Museum, Topkapı Palace Museum and Harem, Chora Church Museum, Hagia Irene Church Museum, İstanbul Archaeological Museums, İstanbul Mosaic Museum, Museum for the History of Science and Technology in Islam, Fethiye Church Museum, Galata Mevlevi House Museum, and Rumeli Hisar Museum. The 1.5-hour Bosphorus boat tour is a guided cruise and departs at 10:00 AM or 2:00 PM. The Bosphorus Strait connects the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara and splits the European and Asian sides of Turkey. This romantic cruise along the Bosphorus will allow you to admire the Dolmabahçe Palace, the Beylerbeyi Palace, and the Ciragan Palace. See ancient wooden villas and bridges and all the wonderful unique maritime landsc...
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My friend and I thoroughly enjoyed this outing. It was great to get out of the hustle and bustle of Istanbul. Our guide was Baruk. He was very knowledgeable and friendly. We went there not really knowing what to expect. We left knowing more than we ever even could of imagined. If you ever want to visit this historic site. I highly recommend taking the tour. You will get so much more out of it. As it has been mentioned before yes it is quite a roadtrip, I personally love roadtrips. You see so much more of the country this way. Take in the beauty of the country. Everyone at Crowded house was great. They responded quickly to all my messages. We were on the Asian side and they helped us make special arrangements for pick up and drop off at our hotel I highly recommend this tour. The meal that was provided was also quite yummy!
Funds had everything arranged perfectly. The guide was great and very knowledgeable. I learned a lot from him. It was fun to have someone there to have Troy-educated discussions with. As always, GetYourGuide did a great job of making a lifelong desire to see Troy better than I imagined! Thank you to all!
We liked the tour a lot and Mehmet is a very nice person and explained everything with details and answered all our questions every time.
Amazing experience and the snacks provided were absolutely delicious. Best tour of the Bosphorus that is available.
It was a beautiful day with a nice group of people. I'd recommend it a one-day trip from Istanbul!