Cruise in Golden Horn: As a natural and extremely secures harbor, the Golden Horn, the inlet separates the European shore into two. It is approximately 8 km long with nice view of old and new part of the city.
Cruise in Bosphorus: One of the biggest natural channel in the world lying between Black Sea and Sea of Marmara and divided city of Istanbul in two part as Asia and Europe. Both side of the channel there are so many imperial places, mosques, wooden summer houses and magnificent view of Istanbul.
Fortress of Europe or Rumeli Fortress (from sea): Order to built by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II in 1452, just one year before he conquered Constantinople. It completed in such a short period, about four months and the aim was to control the sea traffic in Bosphorus from the north.
Pierre Loti Hill: Pierre Loti is the pen name of French author Julien Viaud who lived in Istanbul in late 19th. century. He soon adopted Ottoman life style and very much liked spending time at cafes on the hill. That’s why this hill with nice view of Istanbul call with his name.
City Walls: Defending wall of the city during the Byzantine time from 4th to 15th century. 23 km walls turns around all historical city. However some parts become ruins and some more are restored it is still shown magnificent of Constantinople.