Safe Istanbul Tours; What To Do? Where To Go?

2021-03-23

Safe Istanbul Tours; What To Do? Where To Go?

 

Cab Istanbul has prepared a new tour concept due to the coronavirus outbreak. With the concept called ''Safe Tour'', a personal vehicle and guide are offered. Rifat Yesilfidan, the founder of Cab Istanbul, who devoted his life to developing the tourism sector in Turkey, developed this concept with the statement that "Everyone who stays at home and supports the fight against coronavirus has the right to enjoy life safely."

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We offer personalized travel with''Safe Tour'', where we take Covid-19 measures at a high level. We invite you or your relatives to explore with our large vehicle and guide for groups.

We remind you that guests who wish the Safe Tour concept can also choose it for international and intercity tours and transfers. We offer private transportation services to routes such as Georgia, Bulgaria and Greece with cars that are specially disinfected for you. In Turkey, Black Sea plateau tours and Private Mediterranean toursAegean tour; Bozcaada, Bodrum-Didim-Sirince-Kusadası.

According to the preferences, Eastern and Southeastern tour in Turkey options are on our agenda and the requests will not be rejected.

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THE COSTS ARE FIXED

Although we know the effect of increasing costs in tourism on SAFE TOUR prices, we fixed the prices. Although it is a fact that the tourism sector is most affected by the pandemic process, the operating and supplier expenses are increasing, the coronavirus is an extraordinary situation, we see this as an opportunity to exhibit our understanding of quality in service instead of economic opportunity. It is an undeniable fact that we need more holidays in these days when the Covid-19 pandemic bother us.

We believe this is an opportunity for local and foreign travel lovers who want to explore Istanbul these pandemic days. Let's start to seize this opportunity !!

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Istanbul has been a cultural capitalcity to worldof famous films, TV series, poems, songs, novels. You will feel peaceful with the historical and cultural texture of Istanbul while going around , unique historical, mosques, palaces, parks and mansions which connect the continents of Europe and Asia. It will be quite exciting and beautiful for you toenjoy Istanbul.

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As CabIstanbul we providedaily toursservice in Istanbul as it is the first place to be visitedin Turkey as known. As CabIstanbul serves you with rich and wide fleet of vehicles, you can spend a comfortable serene journey and have fun whilediscovering the city.

CabIstanbul works with trained, professional, friendly and expert drivers who know the city well. According to that you will not have any problem during your journey as you will find answers to all your questions, share the program of the places you want to see with our experienced drivers so you will not be late.  Customize your daily Istanbul tour with Cab Istanbul and reserve your chauffeured carearly, you can get the best service at the best price.

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Hagia Sophia


Hagia Sophia Mosque in Istanbul, located in Sultanahmet Square and originally built as a cathedral, was turned into a mosque. Built 1500 years ago as an Orthodox Christian cathedral, Hagia Sophia was turned into a mosque after the Ottoman conquest in 1453.

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It became a museum in 1934 and is now on the Unesco World Heritage list. Turkey has long had to be converted into a mosque in the call anyway. The Hagia Sophia is now open free of charge to local and foreign visitors.

Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet)


Blue Mosque, which overlooks the Hippodrome in the center of old Istanbul, is one of the most important tourist attractions of this historical city. The Sultanahmed Mosque is called the Blue Mosque by foreign visitors because of its interior tiles, but the blue tiles are found in the upper galleries that are mostly inaccessible. At the same time, the mosque is a fine example of the most wonderful Ottoman mosques.

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Sultanahmet Mosque (built in 1603-17) is a masterpiece of the Ottoman architect Sedefkâr Mehmet Akha. It was built on the southeast side of the Hippodrome, opposite Hagia Sophia, where the Great Byzantine Palace is located. With its six minarets and a large dome, the mosque is just a few minutes' walk north.

Topkapi palace


Topkapı Palace is one of the biggest and most popular places to visit in Istanbul. It was built by Sultan Mehmet II between 1466 and 1478 on a hill on a small peninsula overlooking the Golden Horn in the north, the Marmara Sea in the south and the Bosphorus in the north east.

Topkapı Palace

Which also has a view of the Asian side, was the political and life center of the Ottoman Empire between the 15th and 19th centuries until the Dolmabahce Palace was built by the sea.

After the conquest of Istanbul in 1453, Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror ordered his palace to be built on the ancient Byzantine ruins in its current location, while he spent some time in Bayezit, a smaller palace where Istanbul University is located. When they moved to Topkapi Palace, it was known as the "Old Palace" and Topkapi Palace as the "New Palace".

Grand Bazaar


Grand Bazaar is on tourists' routes in Istanbul for good reason. This huge covered bazaar is the oldest and largest covered market in the world. Its size and variety available is labyrinth-like, make sure it makes it easy to lose human orientation, seek advice so you don't lose your way while walking the narrow streets.

Grand Bazaar


The Grand Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest covered bazaars in the world, is 30,700 square meters with over 60 avenues and streets and 4,000 shops. The original historical core of the bazaar, inner Bedesten, was completed by Fatih Sultan Mehmet in 1461. Bedesten means a covered bazaar with shops and there are several areas within the bazaar called with this name.

Suleymaniye Mosque


Suleymaniye Mosque, crowns one of the seven hills of Istanbul, overlooking the Golden Horn, overlooking the city with all its glory. While it may not be the largest of the Ottoman mosques, it is definitely one of the most magnificent and beautiful. It is not unusual for many of the original complex buildings to have been preserved and attractively adapted for reuse, either.

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Suleymaniye Mosque, built by Magnificent Suleyman, is the fourth imperial mosque built in Istanbul, it is a rumor that the four minarets of the ten beautiful mosques represent that Suleyman was the 4th Ottoman sultan who ruled the city and the 10th sultan after the establishment of the empire. The mosque and surrounding buildings were designed by (Architect) Mimar Sinan, the most famous and talented of all imperial architects. The construction was carried out between 1550 and 1557.

Egyptian Bazaar

Egyptian bazaar, Never claim to visit Istanbul without visiting the Spice Bazaar, this atmospheric bazaar. We can say that it is the most famous covered bazaar in Istanbul, it is also referred to as the spice bazaar, colorful, fragrant and often fun - a market where visitors can taste the products on offer.

spice bazaar

Built in 1664 as part of the New Mosque complex, the building is known as the Egyptian Bazaar and Foreigners sometimes translate it as the spice market.

Galata tower


Galata Tower has dominated Beyoglu's skyline since 1348 and still offers the beautiful panoramic view of İstanbul. From Galata Tower, looking south, the Golden Horn, Saray Burnu and Old Istanbul are seen above. The 66.9 meter high tower, originally named the Tower of Christ, was the highest point of the walls of the Genoese colony. While most of the walls were demolished, only the large tower remained with its 3.75 meter thick walls.

galata tower

The famous story tells how, in 1638, a Hezarfen Ahmet Celebi put wings on his body and flew over the Bosphorus to Uskudar. It was a fire watchtower until the 1960s. Now there is a panoramic balcony on the upper floors and it is operated as a restaurant. The panoramic balcony surrounding the highest row of windows is narrow, open to the weather and not recommended for those who fear heights.

Dolmabahçe Palace


Dolmabahce Palace, Turkey in 1924 as a residence for the sultans from 1856 to the end of the caliphate was declared a republic replaced the Topkapi Palace.

Dolmabahce Palace

The palace style is a combination of Western style baroque, rococo and neoclassical design blended with traditional Ottoman style. The palace was built between 1843 and 1856 by order of Sultan Abdulmecid. Four different architects from the Ottoman Royal Architecture Department had a share in the construction of the building. The Dolmabahce Palace is the largest building in the country, with a facade of more than 600 meters and a surface of 15,000 square meters. Inside, there are 285 bedrooms, 43 halls, 68 bathrooms and 6 Turkish baths.

In 1984, the palace was converted into a museum.

Bosphorus of İstanbul


The Bosphorus is 32 km (20 miles) north-south strait that connects the Marmara Sea and the Black Sea in Istanbul and separates the European and Asian continents. It has traditionally been called the Bosphorus.

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The width of the strait ranges from 500 meters (1640 feet) to 3 km (2 miles), its depth ranges from 50 to 120 meters (164 to 394 feet), with an average depth of 60 meters (197 feet). In the very heart of Istanbul, pass the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, several Ottoman palaces, two castles, forested hills and coastal villages of Ottoman architecture.

Istiklal Street


Coming to Istiklal Street is a must for all travelers visiting Istanbul. Istiklal Street, which means Independence Avenue, is 1,5 km. It is colorful in length and is only for pedestrians.

Istiklal Street

Think of it as a big boulevard that cuts Beyoglu, it is full of a wide variety of shops, restaurants, cafes, street art performers. It connects Taksim Square and Galata Tower. It is one of the most beautiful places to see in Istanbul and the nostalgic tram runs along Istiklal Avenue.

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Istanbul fascinates people with its perfect historical beauties, natural beauties, domes, palaces, magnificent minarets, mansions, museums, monuments, owers, parks, gardens, culture and intense energy.Istanbul, which served many sultans and other cultures from past years until now, gets its historical texture from here. In addition, Istanbul is unique in the world with its feature that unites Asia and Europe.

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If you want to visit and explore various places of Istanbul, traveling with us will be a professional choice for you. You can have amagnificent Istanbul experience by choosing the safety of our cars, the professionalism of our company and the experience of our employees.

Contact us to take advantage of our daily Istanbul tours and other similar services such as Bursa tour,Cappadocia tourSapanca tours,Yalova tourAirport transfer service, Black Sea Cost tour,Bosphorus tour with dinner,Limo ServiceCar rental with driver, Mediterranean tour, Car rentalcontact us for all services…

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