Bosphorus Cruise, the ride takes about 90 minutes to the second Bosphorus bridge. During the tour, it runs along both the Asian and European sides of the city,
Galata, Pera, Beyoglu, Taksim and Bosphorus Cruise
Galata Tower, built by the Genoese in 1348 as a surveillance tower,
The Main Residence of the Whirling Dervishes (to be visited from the garden), from the 15th century. Home of the whirling dervishes. Ground floor, today, is a museum and on the first floor every Sunday the show of the dervishes is organized,
Otel Pera Palas, was built to accommodate passengers on the historic Orient Express train. Several famous personalities of the Orient Express have stayed there such as Agatha Christie, Ernest Hemingway, King Eduardo Vlll., Alfred Hitchcock, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Mata Hari and the first president of the Turkish Republic Ataturk,
Catholic Church of Sant’Antonio, the largest Catholic place of worship in Istanbul built in Venetian neo-Gothic style, served by Italian priests. Mass is said in Polish, Turkish and English Italian,
The nineteenth-century Galleries on Independence Avenue (Beyoglu), there are several particular and historical passages (galleries) on the Independence Avenue,
Taksim Square, is the most symbolic square of all not only in Istanbul but in all of Turkey.
Spice Bazaar, built in 1664 by Hatice Turhan Sultan, mother of Sultan Mehmet IV.,
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