Why not try to tour Istanbul and observe the beautiful city from the water. Rather than sit in a stuffy tour bus all day, discover the city in style on a relaxing sunset cruise down the Bosphorus. The Bosphorus is a waterway that marks the boundary between Asian Turkey and European Turkey. From the open-air deck of a luxury yacht, observe riverside landmarks and locations such as the DolmabahAce Palace, the Ortakoy Mosque Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge, Rumeli Fortress, Kanlica Meydani, Anadolu Hisari Fort, Beylerbeyi Palace, Galata Tower, Galata Koprusu, and Ciragan Palace Kempinski. The view promises to be immersive as all of these hot spots are going to be lit up by the dusk light. Travelers are eligible for complimentary drinks and canapes as they sail. Learn about the history of Istanbul's landmarks from an on-board tour guide. The cruise is available all year long and in all seasons; as long as the weather permits it. Start the tour from a popular waterfront meeting point near public transport. The whole tour will be on board a luxury yacht and passengers will be exposed to a high level of comfort.
This tour that teaches travelers about Istanbul is led by an experienced and qualified tour guide. The tour guide will provide passengers with vital details about the landmarks that the tour passes. Passengers also get to enjoy Complimentary drinks (Tamarind sherbet -Demirhindi agerbeti-, a quintessential Ottoman recipe, made using 41 different spices and herbs), coffee and tea. The tour is hosted in a state-of-the-art and customized vessel; luxury yacht. This means that passengers will have access to only the best facilities. During the tour, delicious snacks and canapes are served. There are snacks for passengers to munch on.
This cruise turned out to be a relaxing way to enjoy cruising up and down the Bosphorus. I would highly recommend the cruise as it was 2.5 hours long and filled with fun. The view of the city's landmarks was great. The tour guide was helpful and displayed good knowledge of the region. He also fed us with tons of impressive history about the city's landmarks.