7 Days Istanbul Tour

Duration: 7 Days 6 Nights
Tour Style: can be chosen both Group tour and Private Tour
Pickup Point: Istanbul-Turkey(from your hotel)
Pickup Time: 08:30 am
Drop-off Time: 5:00 pm
Highlights: Hagia (St.) Sophia, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Grand Bazaar, Viewing Topkapi Palace, Leander’s Tower and Uskudar from the sea.Buyukada,Heybeliada, Princes Island, Istanbul Bosphorus Boat Cruise, Rumeli Fortress Castle from sea side,Mystical Spice Bazaar, the walls of Constantinople, Pierre Loti Hill, Tekfur Palace, Topkapi Gate and Castle of Seven Tower.


1.DAY Arrival to Istanbul / Meet and Pick up / Transfer to Hotel

Upon your arrival at Istanbul Airport, our team will meet and assist you before providing a private transfer to your hotel. Once you have checked in, you will have the rest of the day free to relax at the hotel or explore Istanbul at your leisure.

2.DAY Istanbul Classics Tour

The Istanbul Classics Tour is a full-day excursion that takes visitors on a journey through the rich history and cultural heritage of this magnificent city. The tour highlights some of the most iconic landmarks, including the Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, and Grand Bazaar.

Hagia Sophia, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Istanbul’s most famous landmarks. Originally built as a Byzantine church in the 6th century, it later became a mosque and is now a museum. The Hagia Sophia is renowned for its stunning architecture, with its massive dome and intricate mosaics that depict religious scenes.

Blue Mosque, also known as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque. This magnificent mosque is one of the most important religious sites in Istanbul and is famous for its impressive blue tile work that adorns its interior walls. Visitors can witness the beauty of Islamic architecture and experience the peaceful ambiance as they explore this sacred place of worship.

Hippodrome, which was once the center of sporting and social activities during the Byzantine Empire. Here, visitors can see the remnants of ancient structures, including the Egyptian Obelisk, Serpent Column, and Constantine Column. This historic site offers a glimpse into Istanbul’s past and showcases its rich cultural heritage.

Grand Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world. With over 4,000 shops, this bustling marketplace is a paradise for shoppers looking for traditional Turkish handicrafts, carpets, jewelry, spices, and more. Visitors can immerse themselves in the vibrant atmosphere and indulge in some retail therapy while exploring the labyrinthine alleys of this historic market.

3.DAY Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise Tour

The Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise Tour is a must-do experience for anyone visiting Istanbul. This tour allows visitors to explore the beauty and history of the city from a unique perspective, as they cruise along the Bosphorus Strait. The Bosphorus Strait is a natural waterway that separates the European and Asian sides of Istanbul, and it offers stunning views of the city’s iconic landmarks such as the Dolmabahce Palace, the Ortakoy Mosque You will see the place below from inside:

Spice Bazaar, a bustling market where visitors can immerse themselves in the vibrant colors and aromas of traditional spices, teas, and other local products. This is the perfect place to stock up on souvenirs or sample some delicious Turkish delights before embarking on the cruise.

You will see the places below from seaside:

Dolmabahce Palace, an opulent structure that served as the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire during the 19th and early 20th centuries. The palace offers a glimpse into the luxurious lifestyle of the Ottoman sultans with its grand halls, stunning chandeliers, and intricate architectural details. Visitors can explore the palace’s magnificent gardens and learn about its fascinating history from knowledgeable guides.

Ortakoy Mosque, located in the bustling Ortakoy neighborhood. The mosque’s stunning architecture and picturesque setting make it a popular spot for both locals and tourists. As the cruise boat glides along the Bosphorus, visitors are treated to breathtaking views of the mosque and its surroundings, creating a truly unforgettable experience.

Beylerbeyi Palace, This magnificent palace served as a summer residence for Ottoman sultans and is renowned for its opulent design and rich history.

Ciragan Palace, which is now a luxury hotel. This grand palace was once the residence of Ottoman sultans and is considered one of Istanbul’s most prestigious landmarks. Its stunning architecture and beautiful waterfront location make it a popular destination for tourists seeking a taste of Ottoman opulence.

The Rumeli Fortress, also known as Rumelihisarı in Turkish, was built in the 15th century by Sultan Mehmed II. Its strategic location on a hill overlooking the Bosphorus made it an essential defense structure during the time of the Ottoman Empire. The fortress played a significant role in the conquest of Constantinople and served as a military base for the Ottomans. Today, it stands as a remarkable example of Ottoman military architecture and attracts visitors from all over the world.

4.DAY Istanbul Prıncess Island Tour

Exploring Buyukada – The largest of the Princes Islands
As the largest of the Princes Islands, Buyukada is a popular destination for locals and tourists alike. The island is known for its picturesque landscapes, charming wooden houses, and horse-drawn carriages that add to its old-world charm. One of the best ways to explore Buyukada is by taking a leisurely bike ride around the island. The island is car-free, making it a perfect place to escape the noise and pollution of the city.

While exploring Buyukada, make sure to visit the historic Greek Orthodox Monastery of St. George, which dates back to the 19th century. The monastery offers stunning panoramic views of the island and the sea. Another must-visit attraction on Buyukada is the Aya Yorgi Church, located on the hilltop. The church is a pilgrimage site for both Christians and Muslims and offers a peaceful and spiritual experience.

Heybeliada – A hidden gem in the Sea of Marmara

Heybeliada, the second largest of the Princes Islands, is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. The island is less crowded compared to Buyukada, making it a perfect destination for those seeking a quieter and more peaceful experience. Heybeliada is known for its lush greenery and beautiful beaches, making it an ideal place for nature lovers.

One of the highlights of Heybeliada is the Heybeliada Naval High School, which is one of the oldest military schools in Turkey. The school has a rich history and offers guided tours for visitors interested in learning more about its heritage. Another must-visit attraction on Heybeliada is the Halki Seminary, an Orthodox theological school that has been closed since 1971 but still holds a special place in the hearts of many.

Princes Island – A glimpse into history and nature

Princes Island, the third largest of the Princes Islands, is a true reflection of Istanbul’s history and natural beauty. The island is home to several historical landmarks, including the Hamidiye Mosque, which was built in 1895 during the reign of Sultan Abdulhamid II. The mosque is known for its stunning architecture and peaceful atmosphere.

Another notable attraction on Princes Island is the Ada Museum, which showcases the island’s rich history and culture. The museum houses a collection of artifacts and exhibits that provide a glimpse into the island’s past. Additionally, Princes Island is known for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters, making it a perfect destination for swimming and sunbathing.

Full-day Princes Island tour itinerary

A full-day Princes Island tour offers the perfect opportunity to explore the beauty and charm of Buyukada, Heybeliada, and Princes Island. The tour usually starts with a scenic ferry ride from Istanbul to the Princes Islands, allowing visitors to enjoy breathtaking views of the Sea of Marmara.

Upon reaching Buyukada, visitors can rent bicycles to explore the island at their own pace. They can visit the Monastery of St. George, the Aya Yorgi Church, and enjoy a leisurely bike ride along the island’s picturesque coastline. After spending a few hours on Buyukada, the tour continues to Heybeliada, where visitors can relax on the island’s beautiful beaches and visit the Heybeliada Naval High School and the Halki Seminary.

The final stop of the tour is Princes Island, where visitors can explore the Hamidiye Mosque, visit the Ada Museum, and enjoy the island’s pristine beaches. After a full day of exploration and relaxation, the tour concludes with a ferry ride back to Istanbul, allowing visitors to enjoy the sunset over the Sea of Marmara

5.DAY Istanbul Golden Horn Tour

The Istanbul Golden Horn Tour is a half-day excursion that offers visitors a chance to explore the iconic landmarks and breathtaking views of the city. You will see the places below respectively:

Walls of Constantinople, These ancient walls, built in the 5th century, were once the defensive fortifications of the city and played a crucial role in protecting Constantinople from invaders. As we walk along these walls, we can’t help but marvel at their grandeur and the engineering feat that they represent. The tour guide provides insightful commentary on the historical significance of these walls, giving visitors a deeper understanding of the city’s rich past.

Pierre Loti Hill, which provides a panoramic view of Istanbul and the Golden Horn. Located in Eyup district, this hill is named after the French writer and naval officer, Pierre Loti, who was known for his love of Istanbul. From the top of the hill, visitors can enjoy a picturesque view of the city’s skyline, including historic mosques and the sparkling waters of the Golden Horn.

Tekfur Palace, a hidden gem nestled within the ancient walls of Constantinople. This well-preserved Byzantine palace offers a glimpse into the rich history and architectural beauty of Istanbul. The palace was once used as a residence for the Byzantine emperors and later served as a fortress during the Ottoman period. Visitors can explore its grand halls, intricate mosaics, and stunning views of the surrounding area.

Topkapi Gate, an entrance gate to the historic Topkapi Palace complex. This gate is not only significant for its architectural beauty but also for its historical importance. It served as one of the main entrances to the palace, which was once the residence of Ottoman sultans. Today, visitors can walk through this magnificent gate and imagine themselves stepping into a bygone era.

Castle of Seven Towers, This imposing structure, also known as Yedikule Fortress, was built during the reign of Emperor Theodosius II in the 5th century. The castle served as a defensive bastion for Constantinople and was strategically positioned to guard the city’s landward approach. Today, visitors can explore the castle’s towers and ramparts, gaining a glimpse into the past and imagining what life was like for those who defended the city centuries ago.

6.DAY Free Time in Istanbul

Free day. Overnight hotel in Istanbul old city.

7.DAY: End of the Tour.(Departure from Istanbul)

Thus,our tour is completed.After you have breakfast at the hotel, check-out will take place from the hotel. Afterwards, we will take you to the airport according to your flight time.


  • 6 Nights Accomadation
  • Shuttle Transfers If you wish private tour, transfers will be private transfers)
  • English-speaking tour guide during the tours
  • 4 Local Lunch (Vegetarian lunch option available upon request).(If you wish private tour, Lunch will not be included.)
  • Entrance fees mentioned in the itinerary(If you wish private tour, entrance fees will not be included.)


  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks, unless specified

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7 Days Istanbul Tour

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