This tour covers the Ottoman history with Bosphorus Bridge, Beylerbeyi Palace Museum and Camlica Hill of the Asia continent. We will drive from Europe continent to Asia continent and pass on the famous Bosphorus bridge and drive to Beylerbeyi Palace museum in Asia continent shore.
We will visit interior Beylerbeyi Palace museum and continue to drive to the top of Camlica Hill. Camlica hill is the highest point of the Istanbul. It has a fantastic view of the city. You can take best pictures of the city from here. At the end of the excursion, pass on the Bosphorus bridge and drive back to Europe continent.
Price Per Person 30€
Departure Hotel Pick-Up / Hotel Drop-off
Departure Time 13:00 / 17:00
Duration 4 Hours – Finishes at 5 pm
Tour Type Istanbul Classic Historical Sites Tour
Cancellation Free cancellation up to last 24 hour
Beylerbeyi Palace Museum
Bosphorus Bridge: It also called the First Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey spanning the Bosphorus strait. The bridge is located between Ortakoy (European side) and Beylerbeyi (Asian side). It is a gravity anchored suspension bridge with steel pylons and inclined hangers. The aerodynamic deck is hanging on zigzag steel cables. It is 1,510 m long with a deck width of 39 m. It was the 4th longest suspension bridge in the world when completed in 1973, and the longest outside the United States of America.
Beylerbeyi Palace: It was built by Sarkis Balyan Usta by order of Sultan Abdul-Aziz in 1865. It is on the Asian coast of Bosphorus, which was constructed, in the same style as the Dolmabahce Palace. It was the summer residence of Ottoman Sultans with its original furniture and magnificent gardens with the Harem on the Asian side.
Camlica Hill: The highest hill in Istanbul. At the top of it, you can rest and admire the magnificent panorama of İstanbul and the Bosphorus from the beautiful gardens, the landscape in traditional style, as you sip your drinks in a cafeteria.
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