48 reviews of Istanbul Two Continents Half-Day Tour
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Reviewed by WAYNE W, June 2012
Very good way to get an overview of Istanbul on both sides of the Bosphorus
Reviewed by Brian O, March 2012
This was a good trip efficiently organised. The guide was pleasant and very knowledgeable. My only criticism was that so much infomation was given on the coach that one could not take it all in. Perhaps it would be better if the details of not every building were given.
Reviewed by LOBNA I, Canada, November 2011
it was good informative tour guides was v.good
Reviewed by Krishnan Vaitheeswaran, Australia, May 2011
Excellent guide - a decent afternoon.
Reviewed by Rick and Ildy Vinas, USA, March 2011
The experience in crossing the Bosphorous bridge was surreal. In one minute I was in Europe, but in another I was in Asia. Nowhere else but only in Istanbul! And yes, the view from atop Camlica Hill was fantastic.
Reviewed by Dharmilla T, United Kingdom, January 2011
This tour was undertaken with ITS through Neon Tours. The local guide was very good.
This was a beautiful tour, however, quite short!!!
Reviewed by John O, USA, August 2009
Reviewed by Mrs. Celia M, February 2013
worth doing if have a spare afternoon would have liked a little more info on Istanbul's history as we travelled. Guides English could have been better
Reviewed by A and V, Australia, February 2013
Bus tour across the bridge, unfortunately it was raining,the guide gave general information, only 2 visits not so exciting
Reviewed by Knud Erik L, November 2012
We we're picked uo at the appointed time but then driven around for half an hour, dropped off and had to wait for the right bus. It took too long.
Reviewed by fei, Singapore, September 2012
Visit dolmabahce palace, no space between the different groups visiting the palace at the same time resulting in a cacophony of all languages from guides.