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Istanbul Tour from Manavgat

A day trip from Manavgat to Istanbul includes round-trip airfare, a sightseeing tour of the city’s main attractions, and all airport transfers. Istanbul is a magnificent and beautiful metropolis that straddles the Bosphorus, separating two continents. Istanbul is one of the most significant places in the world where you can see a traditional eastern city coexisting with a modern western metropolis. A full-day guided tour of Istanbul is accessible from Manavgat, as are domestic flights.

Visit Topkapi Palace to enter the realm of the Ottoman sultans, experience the attractions of the historic city, and sharpen your bargaining skills in the Egyptian Bazaar. This full-day tour gives a sensible, economical way to discover Istanbul while visiting Turkey’s Mediterranean coast.

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The journey starts early in the morning when a comfy van transports you to Antalya’s airport. Your flight to Istanbul will last one hour and twenty minutes. A knowledgeable English-speaking tour guide will meet you there and accompany you throughout the adventure. Topkapi Palace is where you stop first. As the former residence of several Ottoman sultans, it ranks among the most significant landmarks in the nation. It now houses a museum filled with numerous artefacts from the Ottoman era. Jewellery, royal relics, and artworks are a few examples.

Explore Istanbul’s Splendid Historic Sights

You may get a fantastic meal that is freshly cooked at a nearby restaurant. You can experience the flavour of Istanbul’s culinary heritage during the lunch break. Following lunch, you will have some free time to visit the Hippodrome. This neighborhood in Istanbul’s old city center contains a number of intriguing structures, including columns. You can also visit the Blue Mosque, which is located near the Hippodrome, and admire its magnificent interior architecture.During your free time in the middle of the day, you will have the opportunity to visit Hagia Sophia, the world’s largest Orthodox church. It was built in the Byzantine era and currently functions as a museum. Hagia Sophia is a large structure with an intriguing architectural design.

Explore Istanbul’s Spectacular Markets

The Egyptian market, which is renowned for presenting an astounding variety of spices, is the second destination on your tour. You may spend some time there tasting and observing the many local specialities, shopping for trinkets, and mingling with the people. Before dinner, you will take a beautiful walk along the Bosporus Sea. This water separates the Asian and European continents via the Bosporus Sea. The supper will be served at a cosy neighbourhood eatery. Once supper is finished, a bus will take you to the airport so you can catch a flight back to Antalya. When you land, a staff member will take you back to your Manavgat hotel.

How much does Istanbul Tour from Manavgat cost?

Istanbul Tour from Manavgat costs (price) 299 € for adults, 299 € for children 2 between 11 years old and children under 2 years old are free.

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Includes

  • Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
  • Flight Tickets (Both Ways)
  • Professional Guiding
  • Entrance Fees
  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Bus with Full A/C
  • Insurance

Excludes

  • Bosphorus Cruise (optional)
  • Personal Expenses
  • Drinks

“Please note that we have no hidden costs”

What do you need to bring with you?

Sunglasses, Sun Cream, Hat, Comfortable Shoes, Camera

Description of Istanbul Tour from Manavgat

No other country in the world has gathered as many historical treasures as Anatolia, which serves as a natural bridge between continents. The Aegean Sea, the Dardanelles, and the Bosphorus define the western borders of the Anatolian peninsula. The ruins of Troy, nestled near the Dardanelles, are a reminder of thousands of years of history. Istanbul emerges in all her beauty and majesty on the Bosphorus shores, maintaining the memories of her history.

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In the Old City, you will see notable sites, some of which are built around the Hippodrome from the Byzantine era. When Constantinople existed, this huge area served as a circus and sporting venue. Hagia Sophia, the greatest structure in the world when it was constructed in 537 CE, is the area’s most well-known landmark today. Another of Istanbul’s architectural wonders, the Hippodrome, is situated just across from the Blue Mosque.

The 20,000 blue Iznik tiles that decorate its interior gave the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, as it is officially known, its moniker. It was constructed in the early 17th century. Your tour guide will take you to the Grand Bazaar in the afternoon. One of the largest covered marketplaces in the world, it spans more than 333,000 square feet (30,700 square meters).

Additionally, it is one of the oldest because it was constructed in 1455. Across 61 covered streets, more than 4,000 stores and kiosks offer a variety of goods, from hand-woven Turkish rugs to counterfeit designer apparel. It would take many hours to explore, so plan on sometimes stopping to rest your legs at one of the Bazaar’s numerous cafés.

Blue Mosque: 

When your journey begins, you will see the infamous Blue Mosque. This massive structure, which also serves as a house of worship, has unusual and intriguing architecture. It was built to match the dimensions of the nearby Hagia Sophia in order to match its scale. The decorative blue tiles and the mosque’s unique design are visible to visitors.

Visit the Hippodrome: 

Nearby are the German Fountain and the Hippodrome. Chariot races, celebrations, and rites were held in the Hippodrome during the Roman and Byzantine centuries. The German Fountain features a gorgeous design with unique characteristics such as the octagonal dome, marble sides, and golden mosaics.

Sultanahmet Square Free Time: 

You may spend your leisure time around Sultanahmet Square doing whatever you choose. Take advantage of the opportunity to savour traditional Turkish food, relax, and learn about the way of life of the inhabitants.

The Topkapi Palace, one of Turkey’s most important structures, is also on the schedule for your day trip. You will have a lovely day touring Topkapi Palace since you will be able to appreciate the sumptuous aura of the former abode of the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire.

The Spice Bazaar, commonly referred to as the Egyptian Bazaar, is the perfect place to discover the variety of spices used in Turkey. During your free time, you can purchase some expensive spices or examine the layout of the Bazaar.

Bosporus Cruise:

For those wishing for further activities, the tour guides may make arrangements for a Bosporus Cruise. This tour includes a 90-minute cruise on the Bosporus and you can see the Galata Tower, Dolmabahce Palace, Ciragan Palace, Ortaköy Mosque, Bosphorus Bridge, Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia and much more.

Return: 

After the tour, you will be driven back to Sabiha Gokcen Airport for your flight back to Antalya. Your return to the hotel will be late at night, emotional, and full of wonderful memories from your day trip.

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Questions & Answers

Should I bring my passport on the Istanbul Tour from Manavgat?

Since the tour will also include air travel, you must have your identity document or passport with you.

Is it better to take the bus or fly to Istanbul Tour from Manavgat?

Flying from Antalya airport to Istanbul takes 1 hour 20 minutes and costs between 90 and 120 euros. Alternatively, you may take the bus, which costs 35 € and takes 12 hours.

What is the price of Istanbul Tour from Manavgat?

It’s 299 € for adults, 299 € for children 2 between 11 years old and children under 2 years old are free.

How long is Istanbul Tour from Manavgat?

Duration of this tour is about 16 hours.

How far is it from Manavgat to Istanbul?

Manavgat and Istanbul are 548 miles apart. The total driving distance is 882 kilometres and the flight distance is about 1 hour and 20 minutes.

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Christian
Christian

Excellent communication from the agency, Great tour guide who was flexible enough to accommodate any questions and requests the group might have. A good value for money for tourists who are short on time and want a good city overview.

Harmony Campos
Harmony Campos

It was a really great experience for me to visit Istanbul for the first time. The tour was perfectly planned, no waiting, easy access to all attractions, professional drivers with an AC minivan. About the tour guide Murat, he was really professional, helpful and caring about everyone, you could see the twinkle in his eyes when he was talking about the history and his country. His tour was so interesting, he gave us a lot of interesting and fun facts about Sultan’s life. We had enough free time to do the sightseeing by ourselves and take photos. So I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to visit Istanbul and learn some interesting facts about it. Was a great experience!! It definitely worth it!😍

Andrew Vargas
Andrew Vargas

What a beautiful day! It started at the agreed time when our driver picked us up at the hotel entrance. We were lucky to be the only two that day so we basically had a private tour! I’m glad the tour went ahead anyway and wasn’t cancelled. The tour to all places was beautiful. Ensar told us a lot about it and gave us enough time to go on our own. Everywhere we got beautiful stories about the rich history of this beautiful city. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and would highly recommend this tour as an introduction to Istanbul. And Ensar especially as our tour guide!