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Princes' Island | Istanbul | Russia

Princes Islands

1 day  |   from   € 135

Located in the Sea of Marmara off the coast of Istanbul, the Princes’ Islands are a chain of nine islands offering a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of Turkey’s largest city. Buyukada is the largest island of the nine and one of the most attractive with two peaks and gingerbread-style villas lining the slopes.

Day 1 - Princes' Islands
On our one day tour of the Buyukada Island you will be transfered to the port early this morning for a boat trip across the Marmara Sea. Buyukada is the most-visited of the Princes’ Islands, a colourful and charming summer resort with plenty to see and do. Walking through the historic Ottoman ferry terminal you emerge in the bustling town centre, filled with a collection of quaint shops and restaurants. Just off Dock Square we board an electric buggy for a short tour of the town including the shores of the island and the green-covered hills. With private vehicles and taxis banned on the island, this really is the only way to get around! Lunch is enjoyed at a local seafood restaurant offering stunning views out across the Marmara Sea. Later this afternoon return back to Istanbul by ferry with an included transfer to your hotel.

Prices Dates  Price/Person   Single Supp. 
Princes Islands - 1 day All Dates €135 -

Additional Information

Operates between 01 April - 31 October.
Start/End: Istanbul
Pick Up Time: approx 7.00 - 7.30am. Time will be confirmed by our local team on arrival in Istanbul.
Drop Off Time: approx 5.00pm
Prices shown are ‘per person’, based on a minimum of 4 persons travelling.
Please note: Public ferries may be cancelled due to bad weather. In these circumstances the tour will be cancelled and a full refund given

What's Included

Return transfers from hotel in Istanbul to ferry port
Return ferry to Buyukada Island
Electric buggy tour around the island
Lunch at a local seafood restaurant
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