Bosphorus and the Black Sea Cruise Escape the hustle and bustle of Istanbul city center and enjoy a half-day lunch cruise of the Bosphorus Strait and the Black Sea. Sail to the Black Sea to explore the town of Anadolu Kavagi located on the Asian shore.
Enjoy incredible views of Istanbul sailing between two continents towards the Black Sea as you enjoy delicious two-course lunch onboard a lovely boat.
Spend a pleasant afternoon exploring the Bosphorus Strait during this spectacular 4-hour lunch cruise. Take in the iconic sights along the way and stop for a visit in the fishing village of Anadolu Kavagi and discover the old fortress remnants on a hill with breath-taking views of Bosphorus and The Black Sea.
Price Per Person 50€
Departure Hotel Pick-Up / Hotel Drop-off
Departure Time 12:30
Duration 4 hrs and 30 min
Tour Type Istanbul Bosphorus Cruises
4-Hours Istanbul sightseeing cruise with two-course lunch
Glace over the castles, palaces and mansions on the Bosphorus Strait
Learn about the rich history of the Bosphorus from our knowledgeable guide on-board
Sail to the village of Anadolu Kavagi on the Black Sea coast
Make use of a hotel pick–up and drop–off services from central Istanbul
Climb aboard a gorgeous boat and forget your worries as you enjoy a relaxing half-day cruise down the Bosphorus Strait. Admire the views of beautiful castles, palaces , old mansions and the minarets of the city mosques. During the cruise you will have plenty of time to relax, sit back and indulge in two course lunch that offers a variety of delicious dishes and fresh seasonal fruits.
The open air observation deck gives you the perfect place to capture photos. Go for a stroll on deck to soak up the sun and see the many famous sights that line both coastlines, such as Galata Tower and the immense Bosphorus Bridge that connects Asia and Europe. Sail towards the Black Sea, and then make your way to the small coastal town of Anadolu Kavagi. Drop anchor and take a walk in the lush hills of the surrounding area. See the ruins of a medieval fortress and other landmarks before the journey back to Istanbul in the late afternoon.