Turkey Old City Escape

  • Flight From Dubai
  • Flights & Hotel Included
  • Istanbul

Tour Overview

If you are looking for a unique and unforgettable experience, then our Istanbul tour package is perfect for you. As one of the most vibrant and historical cities in the world, Istanbul has something to offer for everyone. Whether you are a history buff, a foodie, or just looking for a memorable vacation, our Istanbul holiday package has got you covered. At NAS Trip, we offer top-notch Turkey tour packages from Dubai, including our popular Dubai to Istanbul packages. Our Istanbul tour package includes flights, accommodation, transportation, and a guided tour of the city’s most famous landmarks and attractions. From the stunning Blue Mosque to the grand Hagia Sophia, you’ll get to experience the rich history and culture of this incredible city.

Aside from the historic sites, our Istanbul holiday package also offers a chance to experience the city’s bustling markets and local cuisine. You’ll get to explore the Grand Bazaar, one of the oldest and largest covered markets in the world, where you can haggle for souvenirs and taste delicious Turkish delights. Our team at NAS Trip is dedicated to providing you with the best possible experience, from the moment you book your Turkey tour package from Dubai to your arrival in Istanbul. We’ll take care of all the details, so all you have to do is sit back, relax, and enjoy your Istanbul tour package.

Package includes

  • FLIGHTS (20kg check-in luggage)

About Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul, formerly Constantinople, is Turkey’s cultural and historical capital and the country’s most populous city. Istanbul is a city that is located in both Asia and Europe. The European side houses the business and verifiable focus while 33% of its populace lives in Asian side. An Istanbul vacation package has long been a common offering from international travel agents.

Istanbul is Europe’s largest city and one of the world’s most populous, with over 15 million people living there. Around 657 BC, Istanbul took birth initially as Byzantium, which later became Constantinople. The city was then renamed Istanbul once more following the occupation in 1923 by British, French, and Italian forces.

Quick facts about Istanbul, Turkey

Before you start your Istanbul vacation package, here are a few quick facts that should give you a good overview of this amazing city:

  • Istanbul is the largest city in Europe and the fourth largest city in the world overall; it is smaller than Beijing, Shanghai, and Chongqing.
  • Around 660 BCE, Byzantion was one of the most important cities in history. The city was renamed Constantinople in 330 CE, and it remained an imperial capital for almost 16 centuries.
  • During the Roman era, Constantinople played a significant role in the development of Christianity. In 1453 CE, the Ottomans took control of the city, making it the capital of their caliphate and an Islamic stronghold.

Things to do in Istanbul, Turkey

  • Take a trip to Miniatürk, a miniature park on the Golden Horn's north-eastern shore.
  • Visit the public aquarium in Bayrampaşa known as the Istanbul Sea Life Aquarium or TurkuaZoo.
  • Visit Vialand at Eyup, a shopping center with dining and entertainment options as well as a theme park with rides for all ages.
  • Visit Acibadem AVM's KidZania, the world leader in educational activities for children.
  • Visit Hasköy's Rahmi Koç Museum, a private industrial museum.
  • Participate in a workshop at the Beyolu District's Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, a museum of contemporary art.
  • Visit The Istanbul Toy Exhibition hall, A Toy Gallery Situated in the Göztepe Area.
  • The indoor attraction Jurassic Land at Bayrampaşa has animatronic dinosaurs, model skeletons, a 4D movie, laser tag, and a cafe.
  • Take a Bosphorus excursion. The Bosporus Is A Limited, Normal Waterway And A Globally Critical Stream Situated In Northwestern Turkey.
  • Take a road trip to Büyükada, the largest of the nine Princes' Islands in the Sea of Marmara.

Places to visit in Istanbul, Turkey

When they go on vacation in Istanbul, international tourists always make more time to visit the many holy places there. Let us meet a few of them:

  • One of Turkey's oldest synagogues is the Ahrida Sinagogu (Synagogue), which can be found in Balat.
  • The All Saints Church, an old Presbyterian church in Moda in the Kadköy District, is known locally as All Saints Kilisesi.
  • The Friars of the Dominican Order built the Arap Camiisi (Arab Mosque) as a Roman Catholic church in the Karaköy neighborhood of the city.
  • The 15th-century Ottoman Atik Ali Pasa Mosque is in emberlitaş, Fatih District. During Sultan Bayezid II's reign in 1497, construction was finished.
  • Baghdad Avenue, also known as Badat Caddesi, is a well-known high street on the Anatolian side that spans approximately nine miles.
  • Taksim Square: Taksim Square is known as the heart of modern Istanbul. It is in the European part of Istanbul, in Beyolu. Known for its numerous hotels, shops, and restaurants.
  • Halaskargazi Avenue is a 1.3-kilometer busy shopping district that sells everything from clothes to electronics. It is located between Işli and Harbiye.

Food in Istanbul, Turkey

Turkish food is largely Ottoman in origin. Its culinary style may likewise be viewed as a refined combination of focal Asian, center eastern, eastern European and Balkan foods. Every historian agrees that imperial Istanbul was the center of unified and refined Ottoman cuisine. Istanbul’s historic seafood restaurants are well-known. A large portion of the notable upscale fish cafés are situated on the shores of the Bosphorus. A person on foot zone in the Kumkapı quarter in Fatih locale houses around fifty fish eateries. The Princes’ Islands, just 15 kilometers from the heart of Istanbul, is another area known for its seafood restaurants.


The cuisine of Turkey is distinct from region to region. Additionally, Istanbul’s widespread cooking style borrows heavily from Ottoman court cuisine, though it uses fewer spices. Istanbul has a well-known street food culture as do other global metropolises. There are numerous options for street food in Istanbul, including local street vendors and small buffets. Try simit and börek, two of Istanbul’s most famous pastries, from street food vendors while you’re there. Additionally, you should try balk ekmek, a type of fish sandwich.

Refund Policy

Cancellation Before 72hrs

80% refundable

Cancellation Before 48hrs

50% non-refundable

Cancellation Before 24hrs

100% non-refundable

Terms & Conditions

  • We reserve the complete right to reschedule an itinerary or route, adjust pricing, or even cancel a tour whenever, at our sole discretion, mainly if we deem it is vital for your safety or convenience.
  • Unused inclusion in a tour package is non-refundable.
  • Any guest failing to reach on time at the designated pick-up point will be considered a no-show. No reimbursement or alternative transfer will be arranged in such circumstances.
  • Should a tour booking be cancelled or altered for reasons of bad weather, vehicle issue or traffic problems, we will make all sincere efforts to arrange alternative service with similar options, however, based on its availability.
  • The arrangement of seating will depend on its availability and will be done by our driver or tour guides.
  • Pick-up and drop-off timings listed on the website are approximate, and they will be adjusted as per your location as well as traffic conditions.
  • We reserve the right to charge 100% No Show charges if guests do not turn up on time for the pick-up.
  • In any case the guest does not show up on time and our vehicle departs from the pickup location, then we will not arrange for alternative transfer & no refund is provided for the missed tour.
  • Seating arrangement is done as per the availability & it is decided by the Driver or Tour Guide except in case of private transfers.
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