Bosphorus Cruise & 2 Continents Tour in Istanbul

With this Istanbul tour, you will go to Spice Bazaar, Beylerbeyi Palace, and Camlica Hill. And also, you will have a Bosphorus cruise tour.
Cruise on the Bosphorus
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Bosphorus Cruise and Two Continents Tour

Istanbul is a beautiful city that homes to so many tourists every year. There are so many things to do in the city. Such as cruising on the Bosphorus. We suggest you that do not leave Istanbul without joining our cruise tours. Because you will watch Istanbul from a different window. You will be amazed when you see the landscape.

And also, you will make a trip to the Beylerbeyi Palace with this tour. After the palace, you will go to the Camlica Hill for watching Istanbul from the top.

  • Spice Bazaar
  • Bosphorus
  • Beylerbeyi Palace
  • Camlica Hill
Tour Itinerary

Our professional tour guide will come to your hotel at 08:30 am. He will give you information about the Istanbul tour. After the briefing, you will be picked up from your hotels and transfer to the first destination in Istanbul.

Firstly, we will go to the Egyptian Bazaar (known as Spice Bazaar). You will have time for discovering the bazaar. You can find a lot of things that you need. After the Spice Bazaar, we will go to our boat.

When everyone arrives in the boat, we will sail up through to the Bosphorus and your Bosphorus cruise will be started. (Check this tour: Afternoon cruise on the Bosphorus) You will be able to see the beauty of whole Istanbul from the sea. While you are cruising, you will see these important sights: Dolmabahce Palace, Galata Tower, Beylerbeyi Palace, Rumeli Fortress, Ortakoy Mosque and more… Our tour guide will give you information about these sights. When the Bosphorus cruise ends, you will be transferred to the Asia Continent of the city.

We will pass the Bosphorus Bridge and go to the Beylerbeyi Palace. You will able to go to the inside of the Beylerbeyi Palace. The tour guide will tell you everything about the palace. There is a huge garden in the palace. You can sit and relax in the garden. After the Beylerbeyi Palace tour, we will go to our the last destination.

Camlica Hill will be our the last stop. When we arrive at the hill, you will be able to see Istanbul from the top. Because it is the highest point in the city. There are cute local cafes at the hill. You can watch the landscape while you are drinking your tea.

At the end of the Bosphorus cruise and two continents tour, you will be transferred to your hotels at 17:00 pm.

Inclusion & Exclusion

Professional English speaking guide.
Transportation with A/C.
All transportation fees & tickets

Departure Time: 08:30
Returning Time: 17:00

Brief Info About the Sights

Spice Bazaar (Egyptian Bazaar)

Spice Bazaar is located in Fatih County of Istanbul. This bazaar is so historical. There are so many tourists come to visit this place. Spice Bazaar is one of the must-see places in Istanbul. You can find anything from souvenirs to spices… Actually, this bazaar is famous for the spice. When you go to the inside of the bazaar, you can feel the amazing smell of the spices. And also there are traditional Turkish foods and kinds of stuff.


Bosphorus is the meeting point of the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea. Two continents are crossing here (Europe and Asia Continents). For sure, it is worth to see. There are so many important and historical places that you will see on the Bosphorus.

Beylerbeyi Palace

Beylerbeyi Palace is located in the Uskudar County of Istanbul. The area of the palace is one of the oldest settlements in Istanbul. The location of the palace is historical. It was used as a settlement in the Byzantine Period. These times, there are green and huge gardens in there. The Ottoman Sultan Abdulaziz built this palace. Most of Ottoman Sultans was using the Beylerbeyi Palace as a summer villa.

Camlica Hill

Camlica Hill is the highest hill in Istanbul. Because of that, this hill is a touristic place. So many tourists come to visit the Camlica Hill. You can see the whole Istanbul from the top. And also, there are so many lovely local cafes at the hill.


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