Guided Dolmabahce Palace Tours


The magnificent Dolmabahçe Palace was the Sultans of the Ottoman Empire‘s last and most costly home. It includes 285 rooms, 44 halls, 68 restrooms, and six hammams (Turkish baths) and is located beside the magnificent Bosphorus seas. There are many exquisite furniture, artworks, and other valuable artifacts on exhibit, but the 4.5 tonne crystal chandelier hanging in the Grand Ceremonial Hall is one of the most stunning. It’s the world’s biggest chandelier! 

Dolmabahçe Palace has a more European style than Topkapi Palace. Sultan Abdül Mecit commissioned Armenian architects, a French decorator, and European painters to design a contemporary palace in the style of other European monarchies in the nineteenth century. As a consequence, today’s distinctive blend of classic Ottoman and Western European aesthetics exists. 

If you are interested in history or architecture, you may spend several hours in Istanbul and get a new perspective by visiting the Dolmabahce Palace. Because Dolmabahce Palace is the Ottoman Empire‘s emblem of modernity, it is feasible to associate many architectural buildings with it. 

How To Visit Dolmabahce Palace

Dolmabahce Palace is accessible by IETT buses or minibuses from Besiktas. If you’re going from the Anatolian side, the Kadikoy-Kabatas dock will take you right to Uskudar-Kabatas. Dolmabahce Palace is also accessible through the Bagcilar-Kabatas Tramway Line. Urban transportation may be used to offer transportation. You may join the Dolmabahce Palace Tours selected online if you wish to see the Dolmabahce Palace with a tour. We suggest that you verify the opening hours of Dolmabahce Palace before visiting. You may visit from 9.00 to 16.00 every day except Monday. You may purchase a ticket to the Dolmabahce Palace. The admission charge to Dolmabahce Palace ranges between 20 and 90 TL depending on the package you select. 

If you’re wondering how long it takes to visit Dolmabahce Palace, the answer is one hour, and the entrance price is 16.90 Euro. The different parts of the Dolmabahce Palace should not be missed. You may begin by visiting the Dolmabahce Palace Harem and seeing the blue and pink halls. The Hunkar office and the private office are the names of the rooms here. The unique room number 71 is where Ataturk died away. The working area and bedroom of Atatürk have been maintained to this day. The wristwatch in the room may pique your curiosity. You should not leave Istanbul without seeing the palace where the Ottoman Sultans and the Republic era are commemorated. In addition, the Dolmabahce Palace clock tower at the palace’s entrance and the Dolmabahce Mosque are two sights that may be seen on your chosen Dolmabahce Palace guided tours. Your guide can provide you with a wealth of historical and architectural knowledge. 

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