İstanbul

Daily Istanbul Tulip Festival Tour

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Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality organizes the magnificent Istanbul Tulip Festival, where the natural beauties and cultural heritage of Istanbul are celebrated. Since its inception, the festival has become a beloved annual event in the city, bringing together residents and visitors to admire the magnificent displays of tulips that adorn Istanbul's parks and public spaces.

Istanbul Tulip Festival offers a wide range of events and activities that highlight the city's rich cultural heritage as well as the breathtaking view of tulips. The magnificent tulip carpet, which pays homage to the centuries-old Turkish carpet weaving tradition, is one of the highlights of the festival. Thousands of tulips are carefully arranged to create intricate patterns and designs.

In addition to the tulip carpet, the festival also includes various art exhibitions where local artists showcase their skills and interpretations of the popular flower. Encountering the vibrant colors and masterful brushwork of the works on display, visitors are encouraged to immerse themselves in the world of art and creativity.

Highlights
  • Emi̇rgan Grove
  • Ortakoy
  • Emi̇nönü
  • The Egyptian Bazaar
  • Grand Bazaar
  • Eyup Sultan
  • Pierre Loti
Tour Included:

Transportation by luxury buses

In-car refreshments

Sightseeing

Professional Guide

Tour Excluded:

Extra expenses

Boat tour on the Bosphorus

Pierre Loti Entrance fee

Breakfast, Lunch

Tour Plan

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Itinerary Emi̇rgan Grove - Tulip Garden - Ortaköy - Emi̇nönü - Egyptian Bazaar - Grand Bazaar - Eyüp Sultan - Pi̇erre Loti̇

After meeting with you, our valued guests, at the specified points, we go to Emirgan, one of the most important stops of the Tulip Festival, after a short journey with in-car refreshments from Gazali Tourism. Magnificent patterns created with all colors and types of tulips, the symbol flower of Istanbul, and collages shaped by master hands, planted in 125 different species, 3.5 million of which are planted in 429 decares of land spread over hillsides and terraces, in Emi̇rgan Grove, where the Tulip Season is at its most enthusiastic, Turkey. It will once again reveal how developed landscape architecture is in . During our free time in the Sari Pavilion, White Pavilion and Pink Pavilion gardens, which have survived from the Egyptian Khedives, by walking around ponds, waterfalls, small paths, stairs and bridges under the guidance of our guide, our guests can have breakfast here, sip coffee and tea with a Bosphorus view and take plenty of photographs. They can immortalize these moments in Emirgan Park, which will not be easily erased from memories. After our free time here, we leave Emirgan and move to Ortaköy district. We give free time in Ortaköy, which is lively at all hours of the day with its intellectual market in the Ortaköy Bazaar, where buildings such as Çırağan Palace, Kabataş Boys' High School and Princess Hotel are located, as well as souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants. Our guests can taste the famous Ortaköy baked potatoes and have lunch here. Then, we complete our program here and move to Eminönü. We arrive in Eminönü, one of the oldest districts of Istanbul, on the shores of the Golden Horn. Here we have free time for shopping in the Grand Bazaar. Then, we get to our waiting vehicle and set off towards the tomb of Eyüp Sultan. This sacred place, located in the Eyüp Sultan district of Istanbul, has been where sultans girded their swords for centuries. It was rebuilt in the 1800s after it was destroyed in an earthquake. It is popularly known as Eyüp Sultan, whose name comes from Abu Eyyüb El-Ensari, the companion of our Prophet. His Majesty Eyüp Sultan was martyred in the siege of Istanbul in 668-669. According to his will, he was buried at the point closest to the walls. Years later, his grave was found and a mausoleum was built over it. In 1458, a mosque, madrasah and soup kitchen were built next to the tomb by Fatih Sultan Mehmet. Eyüp Sultan is an important place to visit not only for Istanbulites but also for those coming from all cities. Our guests can visit the Tomb of His Holiness Eyüp Sultan and shop in the market with our guide. If they wish, our guests can go up to Pierre Loti hill by cable car or minibuses. After our free time here, we start our return journey and say goodbye to you, our valued guests, by dropping them off at the points where we met to meet at the next Gazali Tourism organization.

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