1 - Spice Bazaar 2 - Bosphorus Cruise 3 - Beylerbeyi Palace or Dolmabahce Palace 4 - Bosphorus Bridge 5 - Camlica Hill (Panaromic View of Istanbul) Spice Bazaar: it is the second largest covered shopping complex after the Grand Bazaar. Mostly shops provide more spices and less souvenirs. Bosphorus Cruise: Bosphorus is a strait that forms part of the boundary between Europe and Asia. Bosphorus runs between Black sea and Marmara sea,dividing the city into two pieces (Europe and Aisa).From our cruise boat, we view the overwhelming beauty of the Bosphorus,together with the wooded houses, mosques, suspension bridges and the massive Rumeli fortress shows its beauty, a fortress built by Fatih the Conqueror in just three months as he prepared to take Istanbul. Also, the 19th century mansions of the Ottoman elite and the Sultan’s fanciful palaces and hunting lodges are noteworthy. Beylerbeyi Palace: Beylerbeyi Palace was thought to serve as a summer residence of Ottoman sultans and a state guest house to entertain the foreign heads of state and sovereigns and it was constructed on demand of the sultan of the period, Sultan Abdülaziz (1861 - 1876). Dolmabahce Palace: Dolmabahçe Palace was built by Sultan Abdulmecid (1839-1861) who was the thirty first Ottoman Sultan. Camlica Hill: This hill on the Asian side provides the best panoramic view of Istanbul.