Istanbul City Tour Ottoman Relics begins when you are picked up from your hotel by a comfy car. You will be taken to a popular place to meet with a certified tour guide. They will accompany you all the time. Also, you’ll get crucial information about these landmarks thanks to them.
Sultans’ Tombs are planned to be the first site on this trip, so we’ll visit there.
This relic is held in garden of Hagia Sophia. The mausoleum of five Sultans and their family members may be seen within. The inner workings of the chambers are fascinating feature of this landmark. The most striking aspects are the colorful tiles and floral themes. It is closed on Mondays, so it’ll change with Little Hagia Sophia Mosque if you join this on Monday.
Then you’ll go to Topkali Palace, one of Turkey’s most well-known and loved landmarks.
During the Ottoman Empire, this beautiful and imposing structure served as the home of the Ottoman Sultans. The Palace tells the tale of the Ottoman era through different chambers and constructions.
The monument, which is now a museum, is open to the public for tours. The Sultans’ clothes, jewelry, and an unique variety of gemstones are among the most remarkable and essential items.
It holds a wealthy history, too: Beginning with Mehmed II, over 30 sultans reigned from the Topkapi Palace for approximately four century throughout the Ottoman Empire’s 600-year history. He directed the palace’s building in the late 1450s, after capturing Constantinople (Istanbul).
Then, other sultans keep using the palace as the ruling and relaxing center. It established as a museum in 1924, a year after the Republic of Turkey was established.
You’ll learn more while walking there with your professional guides!
End of the Tour
This half-day afternoon excursion, Istanbul City Tour Ottoman Relics, will last around 4 hours. As a result, after your final visit is over, a comfy and stylish bus will transport you back to your hotel. This fantastic guided tour will provide you with a unique and fascinating way to explore the landmarks.