Afternoon Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise Tour with Pierre Loti

Afternoon Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise Tour with Pierre Loti
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$30
Duration: 4 hours
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Tour starts with a visit to the Pierre Loti. See the teahouse perched on a ridge overlooking the Golden Horn which was patronized by the French author for which it is named today. The terrace of this coffeehouse affords a breathtaking view of the Golden Horn and its environs. Take short drive to the pier where you'll board your boat for a cruise along the shores of Bosphorus, the waterway separating the two continents of Europe and Asia. You will have the chance to see the European style palaces of the Ottoman Empire and the palaces of Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi, in striking contrast to some of the modern mansions that line up the shores of Istanbul.

Tour starts with a visit to the Pierre Loti. See the teahouse perched on a ridge overlooking the Golden Horn which was patronized by the French author for which it is named. The terrace of this coffeehouse affords a breathtaking view of the Golden Horn and its environs. Then, board your boat for a cruise along the Bosphorus, the waterway separating the two continents of Europe and Asia. You will have the chance to see the European style palaces of the Ottoman Empire like Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi, in striking contrast to some of the modern mansions that line up the shores of Istanbul. You will also get chance to see the Yali's which are most popular wooden houses along the Bopshorus.

Tour starts with a visit to the Pierre Loti. See the teahouse perched on a ridge overlooking the Golden Horn which was patronized by the French author for which it is named today. The terrace of this coffeehouse affords a breathtaking view of the Golden Horn and its environs. Take short drive to the pier where you'll board your boat for a cruise along the shores of Bosphorus, the waterway separating the two continents of Europe and Asia. You will have the chance to see the European style palaces of the Ottoman Empire and the palaces of Dolmabahce and Beylerbeyi, in striking contrast to some of the modern mansions that line up the shores of Istanbul.