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.
What to Expect
Although Istanbul is a large city with many things to see, don't let that keep you from diving right in and immersing yourself in the history and culture of its many neighborhoods. On a 3-hour morning walking tour, spend time getting to know the Beyazid district, an area that runs between Istanbul University and Findikzade.
Istanbul University is probably one of the oldest universities of Europe, established by Constantine The Great. Begin your stroll from the Roman Forum Taurus. Listen as your guide shares the stories of the unlucky Sultan Mustafa III and tells you more about the Byzantine Monks of the Myrelaion Monastery.
Pass through the square where executions in Byzantine Constantinople took place. Check out Beyazid's mosques, historic hospitals, Romaic churches, and Roman remnants along the way.
- English-speaking guide
- Entrances fees