• Topkapi Palace
• Sultan Tombs
The Ottoman sultans and their court resided in Topkapi Palace until the middle of the 19th century. Sultan Mehmed II, the conqueror of Constantinople, built Topkapi Palace between 1460 and 1478 as a home for himself and his family. The palace was not only a residence for Ottoman rulers; it was also an administrative center with offices to handle both civil and military matters. In fact, the complex was more like a small city, with administrative offices and several courtyards.
We will pick you up from your hotel in Sultanahmet around 13:00 and start the tour. You will begin your trip with the Topkapi Palace, which is the Ottoman Sultan's Residence constructed on the slopes of Sarayburnu. The Topkapi Palace is made up of a variety of architectural styles. It is Turkey's most visited museum, and you'll be able to view parts of the Ottoman Empire treasury, Dynasty clothing, and sacred relics. Harem Section will not be included in the itinerary, and there will be an extra 30 TL per person for this section.
The next stop will be the tombs of Ottoman Sultans from 17th and 18th centuries. These tombs have some beautiful architectural designs. After that will take you back to your hotel.