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Private HD Morning or Afternoon Bosphorus Cruise

Tour Description

Don't miss the experience of cruising along the Bosphorus in Istanbul by private boat. One of the most impressive views in the world. Istanbul is the only city situated in two continents, Asia & Europe. Bosphorus Cruise is a great chance to discover the authentic architecture and lifestyle of people in both continents. It is a great oppurtunity of taking pictures of the secret beauties lie on the shores of the Bosphorus like Yali's (typical wooden houses), Imperial Palaces, restaurants, night clubs, fortress's, fisherman's, mosques and bridges. At the end of the tour visit Spice Market


Spice Market Cruise on the Bosphorus by private boat


English speaking guide Transportation on A/C vehicles Cruise on the Bosphorus by private boat Roundtrip transfers from/to central hotels Parking fees and local taxes


Lunch Gratitudes for guide and driver

Please Note

Summer: Light comfortable clothing and shoes. Sunglasses, suncream, hat and camera. Winter : Warm casual, comfortables shoes, sunglasses, hat and camera.


This tour is operated by private boat in the morning and afternoon. Bosphorus Cruise by private boat lasts 2 hours.

Hotel Pickup

Morning pick up time from the hotel: 09:00 a.m. Afternoon pick up time from the hotel: 13:30


Embark private boat and cruise along the European shores of the Bosphorus, passing beautiful 19th- and 20th- century wooden houses, villas. Pass by the Kuleli Military Academy of the Army, where Ataturk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, once studied.
Fortress of Rumeli (Rumeli Hisarı), built at the narrow point of the Bosphorus. Larger and grander than its counterpart the Fortress of Anadolu (Anadolu Hisarı) across the strait in Asia, this early Ottoman fortress was built to control the Bosphorus so that Byzantine Istanbul could not receive aid from Black Sea ports during the siege by the Turks. Ten thousand men constructed the fortress in just four months under the directions of Sultan Mehmet II the Conqueror in 1452.

Visit the Egyptian Bazaar, known as the spice market since 1665.