Half Day Bosphorus and Black Sea Tour with Lunch
Friday, Saturday, Thursday
After you embark the boat, you will have chance to appreciate the rich open buffet season salads, delicious hors d'oeuvre, Chicken ,meatball ,rice (Drinks are excluded) (During low season we serve the lunch on the calm water of Golden Horn before heading up to Black Sea.)
Explore the historical Rumeli fortress constructed by Fatih Sultan Mehmet that marks the narrowest point
of the Bosphorus. A fantastic place with a panoramic view perfect for taking photographs and boarding to your sightseeing boat.
As you approach the northern and of the Istanbul Bosphorus Strait, our tour will continue into the Black Sea. We will
stop at a beautiful cove on the Asian side.
The earliest settlement in Beykoz dates back to about 2700 years ago, in the ROman period and it is speculated that sailors who intended to sail towards the Black Sea made offerings and sacrifices to Zeus and Poseidon
Close your eyes for a moment and think, you are a sailor, a pirate, hundreds of years, even thousands of years ago.
You are on your way to Istanbul. You passed Dardanelles you crossed the Marmara and got close the Istanbul Bosphorus. You are welcomed
by a silhouette first. The dome of Hagia Sophia is in front of you with all its glory. On another side Galata Tower of the Genoese.
You sail through the Istanbul Bosphorus Cruise, and see what? There is a defender in the middle of the sea, inviting if you are a friend
and threatening if you are an enemy. It's the Maiden's Tower. When you return to your country, isn't the Maiden' Tower going to be the
first thing to tell of who asks you where you have been and what you have seen? It is especially if you have been told about its legends.
Without our tour, you should go all the way to Kabatas on your own and catch a boat to be able to see Maiden's Tower.
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