Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Istanbul City Hop-on Hop-off Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This was a very cost effective way to see the sights of Istanbul.
Presented our Viator vouchers, which I had printed off. Had no problems, all very easy.
Good value for money and great option to see some of the monuments from the bus and do a couple of stops on the way. Taxis in Istanbul are a bit of a nightmare, so a good option to avoid them!
Perfect way to see the city with little hassles. Recommend it to anyone with little time to spend in Istanbul.
This Hop on Hop off bus provided a very informative commnentary and was a grwat introduction to the whole city.
Best way to get your bearing of the city. I took it the first day, so that I could understand where the sites were in relationship to each other.
The HOHO concept is great! We've used them in several other cities with great success. We even used them as our taxi in Barcelona since a pickup point was right in front of our hotel.
The Istanbul program covered all the high points...just what we were looking for.
Excellent. A wonderful opportunity to view the city and get orientated, visually and via the commentary, as well as being able to take photographs from above street level. Took exactly the 90 minutes as advertised. Easy to swap on-line voucher for tickets at departure on Divan Yoli Street near Aya Sophia.
A very , very good experience. We saw lots of the city and the staff were really helpful.
It was great!!! TG for the air conditioning! Liked the shaded buses too!
Convenient pick-up point right outside the cruise port was fabulous but if you are wanting to only go to the Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque and Hadj Sophia, this is the last stop on the tour and you could be wasting your valuable time. Loved the online booking option which works very well. Tell your bus driver where you what you want to see as it can get rather overwhelming and the distances are far between the hop-off points and a lot of it is up-hill.