Visit the Spice Market part of Istanbul, enjoy the Bosphorus Cruise.Marvel in the glory of the Dolmabahce Palace with guide, culture, history, feel the city
Spice Bazaar: Embrace the many vibrant colors and aromas of the second largest covered bazaar. This is the hub of life for many Istanbulites along with many tourists. The bazaar is located at the center of Eminönü, a place that is always full of life and energy attracting locals and tourists alike.The bazaar is a cult destination for spice lovers and foodies from all around the world. It's a taste before you buy the kind of place. For centuries Turkish people have been coming to this bazaar for old remedies, but today you can also find a variety of products from Turkish delight; dried fruits; spices; pashminas and gold stores.
Golden Horn: The arm of the Bosphorus and a natural harbor of the historical peninsula separating the old and new parts of Istanbul.
Byzantine City Walls: It is 22 km long and the strongest fortification of the middle age.
Bosphorus Cruise: Lots truely waterway of dreams. Nowhere else in the world to land and history and legend mingle as beautiful as in the Bosphorus.An essential part of the citizens daily life in Istanbul is their journey between two continents watch the sea from the boat enjoying a glass of hot tea and simit listening to the sounds of this magical city.
Dolmabahçe Palace: Built by Aldulmecit between 1843-1856 it is an example of the turn towards European style by the Sultan.The result is a mixture of European and Oriental design but inarguably very sumptuous
Bosphorus Bridge: Driving across the first Bosphorus Bridge which for a time was the world’s longest suspension bridge and had for the summit of Camlica Hill which offers a panoramic view of Istanbul, the Sea of Marmara and the Princes Island’s.