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Outstanding Turkey Istanbul Tour Package – 4 Days 3 Nights

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4 Days 3 Nights

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Daily Tour

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English, Turkish

Istanbul is a city that offers an incredible blend of modern sophistication and ancient culture. Whether you’re interested in exploring the historical districts or experiencing the vibrant nightlife, Istanbul has something for everyone. IMAD Travel offers an outstanding Istanbul tour package from India that allows travellers to experience this magical city over four days and three nights.
This amazing package is tailored to provide customers with a complete sightseeing experience in Istanbul, including visits to iconic attractions such as the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque, and Grand Bazaar. The hotel accommodation included will be carefully chosen and all transfers between sites are provided by experienced drivers who know the city well.
You will also get to explore some lesser-known areas of the city where you can find local food vendors serving up delicious Turkish cuisine. There is no better way than this to get an authentic feel of what it’s like living in Istanbul!
The Mosque of Hagia Sophia, located in Istanbul, Turkey, is a must-see destination for any traveler. Built by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I, it has served as a church, mosque, and museum throughout its long history. Nowadays, it is a major tourist attraction and part of many Istanbul tour packages offered by IMAD Travel.
IMAD Travel offers an unforgettable experience of this grandiose structure that stands out among other monuments in Istanbul. As part of our comprehensive tour package, travellers will get to explore the building’s inner chambers and admire its beautiful Islamic artworks dating back to the Ottoman period. Furthermore, they will have access to breathtaking panoramic views from the upper levels and get to appreciate the craftsmanship behind this architectural masterpiece that still stands strong after centuries.
Istanbul is a city of many wonders. But for those who are looking for something truly unique, the Mosque of the Blues is a must-see. Located in Istanbul’s iconic Grand Bazaar, this structure has been an integral part of the city’s cultural life since its inception in 1564. With its distinctive blue ceramic tiles and intricate design, it is a sight to behold. IMAD Travel offers an Istanbul Tour Package that includes a guided tour through the Mosque of the Blues and other amazing sights around Turkey.
During this package, participants visit the Grand Bazaar, Spice Bazaar, and Hippodrome. The Grand Bazaar is a massive complex with thousands of shops offering everything from jewelry to spices to handmade crafts. Shopping here is an adventure as it feels like you are stepping back in time! At the Spice Bazaar, you can find a variety of herbs, spices, Turkish delight and more. Finally, at the Hippodrome, you can learn about Byzantine history while admiring its ancient monuments such as Obelisk of Theodosius and Serpentine Column.
A cruise along the Bosphorus and a visit to Valley of Roses can be one of the most memorable experiences for anyone looking for an exciting and unique Istanbul tour package. IMAD Travel offers an exclusive Istanbul tour package that takes you through centuries old monuments, breathtaking scenery and some of the best shopping in Europe.
Starting with a leisurely cruise down the Bosphorus, you will experience first-hand why this strait has been so important throughout history. You will pass by many historic sites such as Topkapi Palace and Ortakoy Mosque, while your experienced guide will provide fascinating insight into their respective stories. Afterwards you can explore the beautiful Valley of Roses which is located in northern Turkey near Istanbul.
Explore Istanbul now in 4 days and 3 nights with IMAD Travel’s exclusive Istanbul tour package from India! Don’t miss out on the magical experience that awaits, book your trip and start your journey today – time is running out! Be part of a captivating adventure to this beautiful city and create unforgettable memoires.


  • Mosque of Hagia Sophia
  • The Mosque of the Blues
  • The Hippodrome is one of Istanbul's most prominent historic sites.
  • The Grand Bazaar is a market that is located in the heart of the city.
  • Spice Bazaar is a place where you can buy spices from all around the world.
  • A cruise along the Bosphorus
  • Valley of Roses

DAY1 - Arrival in Istanbul
DAY1 - Arrival in Istanbul

Arrive in Istanbul and transfer to the hotel. Overnight at the hotel.

DAY 2 Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00
DAY 2 Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00

We continue our tour of the Sultanahmet area, the hub of ancient Istanbul, with breakfast at the hotel and a visit to the Hagia Sophia Mosque. The church, planned by Anthemius of Tralles and Isodore of Miletus and built by Emperor Justinian in the early sixth century AD, is one of the world's architectural wonders. The skyline of old Istanbul is still dominated by its huge dome. It's also known for its mosaics, which include gilded images of emperors and empresses, as well as a touching Virgin and Child. The Blue Mosque (closed on Friday mornings) is the next stop on our tour. It gets its name from the beautiful tiles that cover its interior. It is the only imperial mosque with six minarets, having been built by Sultan Ahmet I in the early 17th century and planned by a student of Sinan, the finest Ottoman architect. It has a very beautiful courtyard. The Hippodrome, an ancient Byzantium stadium that could hold 100,000 people and display artifacts from all around the empire, could seat 100,000 people. An Egyptian obelisk and a bronze sculpture of three intertwined serpents from Delphi are among those that have survived. The Grand Bazaar was the ancient city's economic hub, and its 4,000 stores are brimming with treasures including carpets and kilims, silks, jewelry, pottery, icons, and leather products. Enjoy some Ottoman-style shopping while wandering through the Grand Bazaar. We returned to the hotel at 13:00 and spent the rest of the day at leisure. Afternoon at leisure to go shopping. The hotel is where you will spend the night.

DAY 3 Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00
DAY 3 Istanbul Between 08:30 and 13:00

We begin with a quick visit to the Spice Bazaar, one of Istanbul's most colorful and crowded attractions, which dates from the 17th century. Following that, we go on an incredible sail around the Bosphorus, Istanbul's magnificent waterway that connects Europe and Asia. The stunning views surrounding the Bosphorus' forested sides include mosques, a bridge that was once the world's longest, and the huge Rumeli Hisar (no entry), a fortification erected in only three months by Fatih the Conqueror as he prepared to seize Istanbul. The Ottoman elite's 19th-century residences, as well as the Sultan's beautiful gingerbread houses and hunting lodges, are well worth seeing. Afternoon at leisure to go shopping. *We give an introductory session on the rare Sundays when the Spice Bazaar is closed. ** Depending on the number of tour passengers, the Spice Bazaar may be explored well before Bosphorus Cruise.

DAY 4 Istanbul - Departure

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be free until check-out, when you will be transferred to the airport.

  • 3 nights' hotel accommodations, including breakfast
  • Tours with entry and hotel pick-up/drop-off on a seat-in-coach basis
  • Private airport transportation (to/from Ataturk Airport)
  • Personal costs
  • Any other lunches or dinners not stated.
  • Driver and tour guide tips

4 Days 3 Nights


Tour's Location


Visitors to Turkey can use their debit cards to withdraw money in Turkish Lira, Euro, and US Dollar from ATMs. For the convenience of foreigners, the majority of ATMs offer English or other language options


Visitors can make transactions using their credit and debit cards. It is, nevertheless, suggested to bring some cash with you if you want to go outside of the city center or to smaller towns or villages.


The Turkish Lira is the country's currency. Visitors can exchange their foreign currency for the Turkish Lira at exchange offices and banks.


All museums in Turkey are closed on Mondays and open to the public from 9:00 a.m. to 17:00 p.m. on other days.


In Turkey, like in the rest of continental Europe, two-pin sockets are frequently utilized.

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