What to expect during the 4-day PrivateIstanbulUmrah Tour?
Here is an impressive 4-Day Umrah Tour Package in Istanbul. This tour includes the foremost Muslim Heritage Places of Istanbul such as Islamic Structures, Sahabe Tombs, Grand Mosques, and The Islamic Relics inherited by the Ottoman Empire.
What to see during the 4-day Istanbul Umrah Excursion?
What is the itinerary for this excursion?
Day 1: Istanbul – Arrival
We will welcome you during the pick-up at the airport and take you to your hotel. The first day will be your free day to rest or discover the city. You will spend the night in Istanbul.
Day 2: Istanbul Islamic and Sahabe Tour
Istanbul Islamic and Sahabe Tour begins after breakfast at 08.30. Istanbul has been the center of
religion for centuries. During the Ottoman period, Islam spread over the city.
The first mosque in Istanbul was built in Kadıköy on the Asian side of the city, which was conquered
by the Ottoman Turks in 1353. The first mosque on the European side of Istanbul was built in Rumeli
Castle in 1452.
You will visit the tombs of Sahabe, one of the Muslims who came to Istanbul and surrounded the city.
The small Sahabe cemetery just outside the Egrikapi Gate may look like a standard Muslim cemetery.
The Süleymaniye Mosque is historically and culturally important. It was built in the second half of
Solomon’s long and prosperous reign dates from 1520 to 1566.
Day 3: Istanbul City Tour
Visit Ayasophia, the symbol of the city, and discover Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic civilizations. Complete your day by shopping for your loved ones in the Grand Bazaar, which attracts with its beauty. You will learn about Istanbul and Turkey’s history, culture, and traditions by visiting Aya Sophia, the Blue Mosque, the Grand Bazaar, and the Obelisk of Theodosius in Sultanahmet Square. You will have an idea about the daily life of the city and you will discover the perspective that tourists usually miss about the city. Let’s start exploring Istanbul. The first place to visit, Hippodrome was the center of sports activities in Constantinople. Aya Sophia is one of Turkey’s most famous museums and architectural wonders. Aya Sophia was built as a church by the emperor Justinian in the 6th century. Later, in 1453 it was converted into a mosque by the Ottoman Emperor Fatih Sultan Mehmet Han because it was the symbol of the city. The place is known as Sultan Ahmet Mosque and it is a stunning building. It is also one of the most magnificent Ottoman mosques in Turkey.
Day 4: Istanbul – End of Tour
After breakfast, we check out of the hotel. We will transfer you to the airport
Extra Tour Details
- Everyday departure (All year round)
What has been included in this excursion?
- Accommodation BB
- All sightseeing & excursions mentioned in the itinerary
- Lunch during the tours
- Transfer service from Hotels & Airport
- English Guide
- Beverage during the tour
- Tips to the guide&driver(optional)
- Not mentioned diners
- Not mentioned flights
- Entrance fee for Harem Section in Topkapi Palace.
- Personal expenses