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Explore Istanbul: Camlica Hill & Dolmabahce Palace Guided Tour


4 hours (Approx)

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

20 people


Guide Language

Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish


We are inviting you to an adventure to explore the amazing views of Istanbul, the city that connects two continents. In this tour, we will pass the Bosphorus Bridge, visit the highest hill of Istanbul, Camlica Hill and get to see the architectural masterpiece Dolmabahce Palace. Accompanied by our professional guide, we will learn the history of Istanbul and hear great stories about it.


  • Pass through the Bosphorus Bridge, that connects the continents of Asia and Europe
  • Enjoy the mesmerizing views of the Bosphorus
  • Get to see the amazing view of Bosphorus and Istanbul from the highest hill of the city, Camlica Hill
  • Visit the Dolmabahce Palace, the last resting house for the great founder leader of Turkish Republic
  • Enjoy the private service designed only for you and your loved ones


This is a private tour designed only for you and your loved ones.

Our tour starts with us picking you up from your centrally located hotel and as our first move we pass the first intercontinental bridge connecting Europe and Asia. The Bosphorus Bridge was built in 1973 and the length between its two legs is 1074 meters. At the time of its construction, it was the fourth-longest suspension bridge of the world.

Then we will visit Camlıca Hill, the highest hill of Istanbul. Following a short drive from the suspension bridge, we reach the 268-meter-high hill, from where we can admire the mesmerizing views of the Bosphorus. After a photo stop, we will cruise along the suspension bridge before arriving at Dolmabahce Palace.

We will explore the Dolmabahce Palace, an architectural masterpiece in the heart of Istanbul. On Mondays, the Dolmabahce Palace is closed and will be replaced by the Chora Museum.

Led by a professional guide, we will hear stories behind this luxurious building. Built by the command Ottoman Sultan Abdulmecid between 1843 and 1856, the Palace is a mixture of Turkish and French influences. The exquisite and luxurious tastes of the era are evident everywhere you look. This palace includes 285 rooms, 6 baths, 68 toilets and a ceiling made from 14 tons of gold. Splendid bohemian chandeliers adorn nearly every room and the famous crystal staircase is another example of the era’s decadence.
Prepare for the activity
What to bring
Comfortable shoes

Not allowed
Luggage or large bags

Know before you go
• Dolmabahçe Palace Museum is closed on Mondays. This will be replaced by a visit to the Chora Museum
Pickup included
Pickup is available from centrally-located Istanbul hotels within Taksim Square, Şişli, Beşiktaş, Sultanahmet, and Fatih neighborhoods.


  • Guided tour
  • Entrance fees
  • Transportation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Lunch
  • Personal expenses

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