The city of Istanbul is strategically located. Just between Asia as well as Europe lies Istanbul, which is one of the most important cities that you will never read about in history. There are so many interesting points and exciting personalized tours in Istanbul and experience.
Take trips during the day and take part in the best of cooking classes. Explore the food landscape in Istanbul, and you can get all of this with a host that will provide you with the guidance needed to discover everything that Istanbul has to offer. Check out these private Istanbul tours that will give you a satisfying experience.
- Hagia Sophia
From church to mosque all the way to Museum, there is an immense dome that crowns this building, which is considered to be an architectural miracle. Keep in mind that during its transformation stages, it collapsed twice. Take a private tour to see the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
- Sultan Ahmed Mosque
This mosque usually called Blue Mosque. It is a magnificent structure that is adorned by amazing Iznik tiles that cause it to take a bluer appearance. With guidance from your private guide, this is a place worth visiting.
- Dolmabahçe& TopkapiPalaces
There is so much glory to see when you visit the Dolmabache Palace. The Bosphorus is dominated by this magnificent landmark which used to be a center of administration prior to the end of Empire Ottoman. Ensure that you let your guide take you to this palace. A lot of Sultans resided in the Topkapi Palace. From here, you can get amazing city views as well as discover treasures.
- Galata Tower
It is believed that Ahmet Celebi flew from Galata tower across the Bosphorus in the 1600s. The incredible views which you get from this tower will definitely excite you.
- Grand Bazaar
When you speak of markets that are considered to be the oldest and largest, look no further than the Grand Bazaar. Your tour will guide you to experience so much wonder as this place continues to be a source of attraction to visitors from all over the world. You won’t be alone as there will be lots of tourists as well.
- Süleymaniye Mosque
Talented architect Sinan is responsible for building this magnificent mosque for the highly revered Suleiman the Magnificent. If you happen to get hungry, your guide can take you right across the road to what is considered to be a premium restaurant called Ali Baba.
- Food food food
Every neighborhood in Istanbul is known for the unique food that they offer. There is breakfast Street in Besiktas where you can have a fantastic Turkish breakfast for the morning. This is accompanied by a lot of tea which you can down over a couple of hours. Visit Kadikoy to have a taste of the delicious waffles. In Eminonu, you will find fish sandwiches that are freshly grilled. Sultanahmet is very famous for its meatballs. Anywhere you find your way to in Istanbul; there are street food Staples. You can have a taste of grilled corn, chestnuts that are roasted, split roasted chicken, or simit. No matter what the time is, you can easily find food with many restaurants operating at late-night hours. Your guide can help you determine the best foods that will appeal to your palette.
- Backstreet arts
Istanbul has a lot to offer in terms of arts. The everyday streets are a good place to find so much artwork. In Karakoy and Moda, a lot of art galleries can be accessed by tourists. All you have to do is wander through the streets, feed your eyes, and see pictures as well as political notes and very popular slogans splattered on the neighborhood walls in paintings.
- Spice Bazaar
This place is also referred to popularly by locals as Egyptian Bazaar. The spice Bazaar goes back as far as the 1600s. It is the favorite place to look too if you need stuff like spices, divine tastes, nuts, as well as Turkish delight and smells.
There are indeed so many interesting points and exciting private tours to see in Istanbul and experience.