1 Day in Istanbul
In this 1 day in Istanbul tour you will be experiencing the two continents. Enjoy a cup of Turkish coffee and tea and also some local tastes. See some of the major landmarks of the history. Have a wonderful one day in Istanbul.
So, you are planning to come to Istanbul? And visiting only for one day? Don’t worry; you can be able to enjoy some places in that time. And get a delicious taste of a bit of many things in Istanbul. One day may not be enough for Istanbul. But, you will definitely get a good flavor of the culture, the food, the architecture, archetypal sights and the experience. We recommend starting your one day crossing from Europe to the Asian side.
First, meet your tour guide at your hotel, then go towards the bustling docks in Eminonu. Catch a ferry to Kadıkoy. After enjoying twenty five minutes of charming ride. Savor on the edge of the Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara. Next, you will get off at Kadikoy. Then, get on the nostalgic tram and head towards Moda. And your guide will take you to the fresh produce market, fish market, antique shops and nice tiny eateries in the area. Walk back to Kadikoy Pier.
Take a ferry ride back to the European side. Walk towards to the Spice Market. Moreover, you will see great selection of herbs, spices, oils, souvenirs and more inside the souk. Around the Spice bazaar, you will see a bustling area with full of shops. Then, take a five minutes tram ride to Sultanahmet. See the mesmerizing Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. After that, walk up to the Grand Bazaar. You will see one of the most historical markets of the world.
Just off the Grand Bazaar, walk to Beyazit Old Book Bazaar to see old hand written books, maps and miniatures. Then, explore the cobbled stone streets of the old city and take a short tram ride to the new part of the European side. And explore Karakoy, Pera, Galata areas. As well as walk along the Istiklal street and experience the city life in the modern part of the city.
For details and pricing, please kindly contact us.
The price includes:
- State licensed, excellent local tour guide
- Public transport
- Turkish coffee & tea
The price does not include:
- Admissions to the sites