Bosphorus Cruise with Spice Market Afternoon


Istanbul is a unique city, as it has the Bosphorus - the natural strait between Asia and Europe. It is 31 km in length and it is one of the most beautiful places in Istanbul. If you join our tour, you will discover the Bosphorus and the Spice Market, and by the end you will have great memories to take home. 

Inclusions - Exclusions

Pick up from your hotel (Only from Sultanahmet and Taksim Hotels)
Entrance fees
Professional guidance (regular group tour in English only, please ask for other languages)
Drop off to hotel at the end

Personal expenses
Customary tip to driver and tour guide
Anything unless specified being included


Architecture / History & Archaeology / Religion / Art 


*At the end of tour, participants will be dropped off to their hotels. Please inform your tour guide if you prefer to return by yourself or to spend more time at wherever you are.

Places Visited

Spice Market
Bosphorus Cruise
Rumeli Fortress (fromm Sea)

Departure Dates

Everyday / Half Day Afternoon Tour

Detailed Itinerary

Our driver will meet you at your hotel and drive you to the tour’s starting point between 12:30 - 13:20 according to your hotel’s location.

Spice Market
Architect Kazim Aga built the Spice Bazaar in 1664. With its eighty six shops packed full of herbs, spices, fresh, preserved and dried food, the Spice Bazaar is a vibrant and fragrant celebration of all things delicious. Shops sell everything from olives, cheeses, Turkish Delight, teas, to scarves, lanterns and Nargile.

Bosphorus Cruise
Joining a Bosphorus Cruise is one of the best ways to discover Istanbul. From the Bosphorus, you can see the whole city from a new perspective. Travel between two continents and get marvelled by the views.

Rumeli Fortress (From sea)
Rumelihisarı (also known as Rumelian Castle and Roumeli Hissar Castle is a fortress located in the Sarıyer district of Istanbul, Turkey, on a hill at the European side of the Bosphorus. It gives the name of the quarter around it. It was built by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II between 1451 and 1452, before his army’s conquest of Constantinople. The three great towers were named after three of Mehmed II’s viziers: Sadrazam Çandarlı Halil Pasha, who built the large tower next to the gate; Zağanos Pasha, who built the south tower; and Sarıca Pasha, who built the north tower.


30 Euro per person.

- %30 discount applies for the children between 3 & 6 years old.
- %100 discount applies for the children between 0 & 2 years old.
* Please contact us for group or any other applicable discounts.

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