Dolmabahçe Palace and Asian Side of Istanbul Çamlıca Hill

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Dolmabahçe Palace and Asian Side of Istanbul Çamlıca Hill

See the great view of Bosphorus Bridge, take awesome photos on Çamlıca Hill, and experience Ottoman Empire history at Dolmabahçe Palace.

Duration: 4 Hours
Skip The Line:
Live Guide: English.
Pick-up Services: Pick-up and Drop-off Service from/to centrally located hotels.


  • Drive from Europe to Asia on the first intercontinental bridge connecting Europe and Asia.
  • Experience the scene of the highest peak in Istanbul at Çamlıca Hill.
  • See the spectacular Dolmabahçe Palace, an important residence during the Ottoman Empire and learn about its history.

Full Description

     You will be picked up from your hotel and we will drive over the Bosphorus Bridge which connects two continents, Europe and Asia. The bridge has a 1074 meters length between its two legs and the time of construction was the fourth-longest suspension bridge of the world. Then we will see is the highest peak of Istanbul, Çamlıca. We will reach the 268 meters hill to see the splendid panorama of the Bosphorus Strait. We will stop for taking a photo and drive over the suspension bridge to arrive Dolmabahçe Palace, our next stop. You will have a unique experience of this magnificent 19th-century building with an excellent guide!



  • Entrance fees.
  • Professional Guidance in English.
  • Pick-up and Drop-off Service from/to centrally located hotels.
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Meeting point

Your hotel lobby.


Know Before You Go

  • Dolmabahçe Palace Museum is closed on Mondays. It will be replaced with the Chora Museum.
  • Please ask if pick-up is available from your hotel.

About your Host

Istanbul Walks

Istanbul Walks is Tour Operator that organises Daily City Tours and Walking Tours in Istanbul and Turkey with its company owned vehicles. We are licensed as “A Group No 6174” from the ministry of Culture and Tourism...
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Customer Reviews

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Alexander - February 11, 2019

Good tour, very nice host.

Rachel - May 28, 2019

Chamlica Hill had a great view. Liked so much. You can watch all Istanbul.

Olga - June 19, 2019

We learnt lots of information from our guide about Dolmabahce Palace. A story which has a sad final with the founder of Turkey.

Naomi - June 26, 2019

I watched a short video which has been dated as 10th November. The young soldier was crying. I have been effected so much.

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