Full-day: Bosphorus Cruise & Asia Tour


Visits: Spice Bazaar, Bosphorus Cruise on regular boats, lunch, Beylerbeyi Palace, Panorama Hill

In the morning, explore the Spice Market to feel the exoticism of the Orient. Enjoy a languorous boat trip along the European and Asian coasts of the Bosphorus. Lunch. In the afternoon cross the Bosphorus Bridge to step onto Asian side of Istanbul. Discover Beylerbeyi Palace used as the summer residence by Ottoman Sultans during XIX and early XX Century. Climb up Camlica or Nakkastepe Hill to admire the panorama of the city.

Available departures

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This is a daily tour.


Turkey Tours

Turkey Tours

Meeting place of the Eastern and Western worlds, Turkey has always been a land of contrasts. Cosmopolitan Istanbul stood at the head of the Byzantine Empire for a thousand years, while its Islamic successors, the Ottomans, ruled the Mediterranean and beyond for six centuries more. This long Christian and Islamic history has left a legacy of historical sites, while Turkey’s Mediterranean coastline has long been famous for its beaches and wild nightlife. Travel Turkey east into the interior, however, and a more traditional land unfolds where life moves slowly and the legendary Turkish hospitality lives on.

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  • Jane L

    "Highly recommend" My husband and I have just returned from a 13 day tour of Turkey with Flo Tours on November 3. Our journey started in Istanbul, took us to Ankara, Cappadocia, Konya, Pamukkale, Hierapolis, Kusadasi, Ephesus, Pergamum, Canakkale, Troy and back to Istanbul. The original tour group was limited to 24 persons. When we arrived in Istanbul we were met by a single lady and that turned out to be our tour group, just the three of us. The rest of the persons in the group had cancelled. I am assuming the cancellations were because of the unrest in Syria. Turkey is a very large, ancient and geographically diverse county. The Turks that we encountered were warm, friendly and very hospitable. A smile and sign language would overcome the language barrier easily. Our \"private tour\", so to speak, was fabulous for us, but not so good for the Turkish economy which lists tourism as its second largest industry! I would like to say to your readers who are considering a trip to Turkey, go! At no time on our journey did we feel unsafe or threatened. We saw no signs of military presence anywhere, except for honorary guards at the Mausoleum of Ataturk. When we had free time at the beaches and in Istanbul, we felt safe. The people were very helpful and friendly. We had such a great time with the Turks and saw so many marvels of ancient history and the Hot Air Balloon ride in Cappadocia was awesome! My husband and I both highly recommend traveling in Turkey!


Dates & Rates

Departures: Daily except Mondays and Thursdays

Group size: 2-20

Per person rate: $125


  • Pick-up from your hotel or cruise ship
  • Drop-off to your hotel or cruise ship
  • Full-day tour with professional English speaking tour guide
  • All Entrance fees
  • Lunch at a local restaurant
  • All services charges, parking fees


  • Personal expenses
  • Gratuities for tour guide and driver
  • Alcoholic beverages during lunch