• Return Ticket

    Beirut – Istanbul – Beirut

  • Duration

    6 Days – 5 Nights

  • Location

    Istanbul, Turkey

  • Including
    • Airport Transportation
    • Full day Istanbul tour with lunch
    • Bosporus cruise with lunch
    • Turkish night dinner and show
  • Price


Istanbul is where continents collide.

İstanbul’s strategic location has attracted many marauding armies over the centuries. The Greeks, Romans and Venetians took turns ruling before the Ottomans stormed into town and decided to stay – physical reminders of their various tenures are found across the city. The fact that the city straddles two continents wasn’t its only drawcard – it was the final stage on the legendary Silk Road linking Asia with Europe, and many merchants who came here liked it so much that they, too, decided to stay. In so doing, they gave the city a cultural diversity that it retains to this day.

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The Bosphorus

Bosphorus is a natural strait connecting the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, thus being a very strategic waterway. It was a river in the valley during the Tertiary period of the continents, which was drowned by the sea at the end of this period.

Bosphorus strait separates the European part from the Asian part of Istanbul.

Istanbul at night

The best cocktail bars, rooftop bars, jazz cafés, and nightclubs for partying and drinking in Istanbul. By Terry Richardson, Telegraph Travel’s Istanbul expert.

Istanbul has a population of at least 15 million, and half of them seem to descend on the Beyoğlu district on Friday and Saturday evenings to party. From hip rooftop bars and raucous indie clubs to basement jazz cafes and grungy rock bars, and from traditional Turkish folk venues to über-cool dance clubs, Beyoğlu is Istanbul’s good-time heart and soul.

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia was a Greek Orthodox Christian patriarchal basilica (church), later an imperial mosque, and is now a museum (Ayasofya Müzesi) in Istanbul, Turkey. From the date of its construction in 537 AD, and until 1453, it served as an Eastern Orthodox cathedral and seat of the Patriarch of Constantinople.

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