Archaeological Museum: The very rich collection of classical antiquities in the Archaeological Museum includes the celebrated Alexander Sarcophagus and the Athena Temple from Assos.
Underground Cistern: Justinian built the cistern in the 6th century. It is 70 meters wide and 140 meters long. With a capacity of 80,000 cu., of water. The cistern is supported by 336 beautiful columns two of which are carved with the head of Medusa on the Plinth.
Islamic and Arts Museum: The former palace of Ibrahim Pasha, it now exhibits an extensive collection of nomadic art and ethnography, providing a rich glimpse into the traditional Turkish lifestyle.
Suleymaniye Imperial Mosque: It was built between 1550 and 1557 by the famous architect Sinan whosewish was to surpass the builders of St.Sophia. Adjoining the mosque were theological schools, a school of medicine, a soup kitchen and hospice for the poor, a caravanserai and a Turkish Bath.
Grand Bazaar: In addition to its historical importance, it’s a bazaar that will tempt even the no shoppers with its rich collection of precious handmade carpets, jewelry, leather and souvenirs.
On Mondays Archaeological Museum and Islamic Art Museum is closed and replaced by the Topkapi Palace
On Sundays, the Grand Bazaar is closed
PER PERSON (valid for minimum 40 participants) : 70 usd
• Entry fees to the Museums
• Private Professional guidance in English Language
• Private coach with A/C Vehicle
• Lunch at the best available restaurant (without drinks)
• Parking fees
• Local taxes
• Given rates are per person
• Full-day tours are starting at 09:00 AM and completed at about 06:00 PM