Guides will pick you up from the port and you’ll enjoy a tour of culture, history and ancient relics. Let’s walk and ready to explore.
Our first stop is a hybrid and popular monument. Haghia Sophia is Turkey’s most famous monument and one of the world’s finest architectural wonders.
Emperor Justinian wanted to build Hagia Sophia as a church in the 6th century, and Ottoman Emperor Fatih Sultan Mehmet restored it into a mosque in 1453.
In 1935, it was turned into a museum and opened its doors to tourists from all walks of life.
You’ll see its amazing decoration and energy and fall in love with it.
You’ll also learn its history, too.
(On Mondays, it is closed.)
Here is the amazing monument, Blue Mosque.
This magnificent structure, also known as the Sultanahmet Mosque, is one of Turkey’s most magnificent Ottoman mosques.
The mosque’s name comes from a significant feature of its interior design: approximately 20,000 gorgeous blue tiles.
There are also five major domes, eight minor domes, and six minarets in the mosque. You’ll listen to its stories while admiring its beauty.
On Fridays, it is closed because it’s open to prayer of Muslims.
Enjoy taking photos and admiring its amazing beauty.
Our last stop is worth seeing: Grand Bazaar.
It has around 4000 stores, making it one of the world largest historical bazaars.
Essentially, every form of shopping is offered there.
The most thrilling aspect of Grand Bazaar is that you will be participating in a shopping adventure that dates back to the 15th century.
You will be going among the stores as if you were a person in the Ottoman Empire.
Istanbul, the most real European city, welcomes you to explore its limitless splendors.
Of course, the experiences will endure a lifetime. Nevertheless, if you want to you can buy gifts for them at Grand Bazaar.
You’ll see amazing shopping options to treat yourself and your loved ones.
When you see it all, you’ll say goodbye to each other at Istanbul port.
Then, you’ll be free to spend your day as you wish!
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