Start From 70.00€
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With the Muslim Heritage private tour, you will visit many Islamic artifacts in Istanbul. We will pick you up from your hotel.
During this Private Tour we will be able to visit :
- Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque - Camii)
- Topkapi Imperial Palace & Holy Relics Room (Topkapi Sarayi)
- The Eyup Sultan Mosque
- The Fatih Mosque
- The Süleymaniye Mosque
- The Rüstem Pasha Mosque
After visiting these sights we will take you back to the hotel.
The Price is NOT PER PERSON it's per day and total 240 EURO till 3 PASSANGERS
So; the first 1-2-3 passangers will pay 240 euro
After the 3 rd. Passanger it will be added 60 euro per each participant.
Let's Say if you are 6 persons your total payement will be 240 €+(60 €x3 = 180)=420 euro
During this Private Tour we will be able to visit:
Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Mosque - Camii) was built during the reign of Sultan Ahmet I during 1609-1616. It is the only mosque in Turkey with six minarets. Due to its magnificent hand-dyed blue, green, and white Iznik tiles, it has been named the "Blue Mosque" by Europeans. The central dome is 43 m in height and is 33.4 m in diameter; it also boasts 260 windows.
Topkapi Imperial Palace & Holy Relics Room (Topkapi Sarayi) was the imperial residence and administrative heart of the massive Ottoman Empire, beginning with Fatih Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror, in 1453, until 1856. It was converted to a museum in 1924. Parts of the palace such as the HOLY RELICS ROOM; Harem, Baghdad Pavilion, Revan Pavilion, Sofa Pavilion, and the Audience Chamber distinguish themselves with their architectural assets. The museum also has collections from the Imperial Treasury, as well as Chinese porcelain, weapons, calligraphy, etc. The Treasury also houses the Topkapi Dagger, the 86-carat "Spoon Maker's Diamond", and the jewel-encrusted bones of St. John the Baptist.
The Eyup Sultan Mosque was the first mosque built by the Ottoman Turks after their conquest of Constantinople in 1453. Completed in 1458, it is located on the European side of Istanbul, near the Golden Horn and outside of the old city walls. Mehmet the Conqueror ordered the construction of the mosque next to the place where Eyup Sultan, the standard-bearer of the Islamic prophet Muhammed, was said to have been buried when the Arabs attacked Constantinople in the year 670. Some personal items of the prophet are preserved in Eyup Sultan’s tomb, which is the holiest site in Istanbul and one of the most sacred sites in the Islamic World, attracting masses of pilgrims throughout the year.
The Fatih Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located in the Fatih district of Istanbul. It was one of the largest examples of Turkish-Islamic architecture in Istanbul and represented an important stage in the development of classic Turkish architecture. It is named after Fatih Sultan Mehmed, the Ottoman sultan who captured Constantinople in 1453.
The Süleymaniye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the 3 rd. Hill of the city. It is the largest mosque in the city, and one of the best-known sights of Istanbul.
The Rustem Pash Mosque is located in the Eminönü neighborhood of Istanbul, right next to the Spice Market and Galata Bridge at the entrance of the Golden Horn.