ISTANBUL SYMBOLS TOUR
The afternoon tour will start around 13:30 and the first stop will be Hagia Sophia (St. Sophia) Museum, bearing the symbols of Christianity and Islam together. The church has been constructed in 537 AD. by Roman Emperor Justinian and has been converted into a mosque in 15th century. You will visit the site about an hour and see the courtyard, entrance hall, main gallery and upper gallery. The next stop will be The Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque) decorated with some of the best examples in Turkish Tile Art History. Built on the 17th century, Blue Mosque is a symbol of Istanbul standing in the heart of the city. Our final stop will be in Grand Bazaar which is one of the biggest trading centers in the world with more than 4000 shops. After this stop, our guide will drop you off to your hotel around 16:30.
The rate for The Afternoon Istanbul Symbols Tour will be 35 Euro per person including pick-up from your hotel, professionally-licensed English speaking guide and admission fees. Our group size for this tour is limited to 14 people.
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