University to Fındıkzade: The Heart of Ancient Constantinople

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University to Fındıkzade: The Heart of Ancient Constantinople

Take a walk through Istanbul, starting at Istanbul University and ending in Findikzade, on a 3-hour morning tour. On your way, learn about the most interesting parts of the Beyazid district, and see beautiful mosques and Roman remnants.

Duration: 4 Hours
Live Guide: English
Pick-up Services: Pick up is available from centrally located hotels.

Highlights

  • Admire the Baroque architecture of the Ottoman Empire
  • Walk among the 8 antique columns of marble, granite, and stone at the Cerrahpasa Mosque
  • Visit the Column of Arcadius, built between the years 401 and 421

Full Description

Istanbul University is probably one of the oldest universities of Europe, established by Constantine The Great. We begin the stroll from the Roman Forum Taurus. Your guide will show you interesting parts of the Bayazit District. We will be touched by the stories of the unlucky Sultan Mustafa III. What do you know about the Byzantine Monks of the Myrelaion Monastery? Where was the square for executions in Byzantine Constantinople? Haseki is an area with amazing mosques, historical hospitals, Romaic churches, Roman remnants, and many other historical buildings. Let your guide show you this amazing historical part of Istanbul.

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Includes

  • Entrance fees
  • Professional Guidance in English
  • Pick up Service from centrally located hotels
  • Drop off service

Meeting point

Pick up is available from centrally located hotels.

Location

Know Before You Go

  • This tour is only available on Thursdays.

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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