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Princess Island Tour

Daily Istanbul tours- City Sightseeing tours-  Bus tours, Guided tours- Swimming tours-Cruise tours- Phaeton tours


  • Princess Island

  • Buyukada

  • Boat trip

  • Marmara Sea

  • Carriage horse

  • Wooden mansions

  • Pine trees

  • Churches

  • Monasteries

  • Fish restaurant

  • Islands Tour

  • Ottoman Houses

  • Daily Trip

  • Nature

Day 1
Istanbul To Princess Island

The transfer will pick you up at 8:30 a.m from your hotel and will drive you to the harbor. Princess Islands archipelago consists of 9 different sized islands. The biggest and the most enjoyable island is Buyukada. Using cars is not permitted here, and all transport that is provided here represented by horse-drawn сarriages, bicycles and electro bikes. On this Island, there are many magnificent wooden mansions with that overhanging balconies which were so popular at the end of 19 century. Nowadays this apartments mostly used as summer houses. We will cruise via Marmara Sea by maritime lines. When we will arrive to the island, you will enjoy one hour horse-drawn carriage (phaeton) tour around the island among the pine trees. Lunch will be provided in a fish restaurant with a perfect view of Asian Side of Istanbul. After you will have a couple of hours as a free time to walk around and discover picturesque landscape and many historic churches and monasteries in the island. Around 07:00 p.m you will be driven back to your hotel by ferry and bus.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • Transfer from your hotel to ferry and back
  • Lunch
  • Vegeterian meals Available
  • Professional tour guide
  • Taxes

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks
  • Tips
Princess Island Tour

The Princess Island (Kızıl Adalar or just Adalar) are a chain of nine rather small islands in the Sea of Marmara. They evolved from a place of exile during the Byzantine era, to a popular destination for tourists and Istanbulites alike to escape the hectic city life for a day. Of those nine islands, only four of them are open to the public: Büyükada, the biggest and most popular, Burgazada, Heybeliada and Kınalıada.

Princess Islands Features

The main feature of any of the Princess Island is the sound of … silence. All motorized vehicles are banned, making the islands an oasis of peace and quiet. The only sounds you’ll hear are bicycle bells and the typical sounds of horse hoofs. Yep, that’s right. Horse-drawn carriages and bicycles are the main transportation means on the islands.

But that’s not the only feature that makes the Princes’ Islands unique. You’ll find yourself walking or riding through narrow streets flanked by either untouched pine-forests or fine, wooden Victorian cottages.

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Price From EUR60/person
Total 60 EUR

Trip Facts

  • Princess Island
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