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Places to see in İstanbul and Most do!

Bosphorus cruise

Through the waterway separating the two continents, Europe and Asia, with a possibility to take photographs of marble palaces, ancient wooden villas of Ottoman architecture besides modern residentials and apartments.

Turkish Bath

Healthful steam baths have been popular in Turkey for thousands of years, many of them surviving from Hellenic and Roman times.

Shopping

Grand bazaar

Some of the best examples of handmade Turkish carpets and kilim, jewellery, silver, leather and souvenirs can all be found here. This is where bargaining is not only recommended but highly encouraged.

Spice (Egyptian) Bazaar

The best place in Istanbul to find spices, nuts, herbal teas, dried fruits, flower seeds, scarce plant roots/peels and traditional Turkish foods such as Turkish delight, Turkish coffee and it functioned as a natural pharmacy. It is a right place to find a herbal love or natural product.

Food

Traditional Turkish and Ottoman cuisine (Turkish Kebab, Hünkar beğendi, Külbastı, Baklava, Ayran Simit, Çay)

Historical

Topkapı palace, Dolmahçe Palace, Blue mosque, Hagia Sophia Museum, Istanbul Archaeological Museum,

Turkish traditional music

in an Oriental atmosphere,enjoy the kanun,typical Turkish musical instrument, folklore and belly dancing,Mehter band and Dervish show.

Splendid city of Istanbul has many unique and fascinating features. It is the only city in the world reaching across two continents. “Europe” and “Asia” separated by the Bosphorus... You can see the legacy of both the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires in the modern silhouette of Istanbul. İstanbul is the commercial, historical and cultural heart of Turkey today. The charm and character of the city lies in its endless variety. Along from its historical view, İstanbul exudes trendy bars and nightclubs, boutiques, shopping malls, world popular attractions, Turkish bath houses and elegant suburbs. Istanbul is one of the oldest cities in the world and worth visiting. You will find amazing things to do here, regardless of your particular interests, Istanbul has something for you.

İstiklal Avenue

Location: 41.036094,28.98379

A stroll down Istiklal Avenue, which connects the Taksim and Tünel districts, is a quintessential Istanbul experience. This ever-crowded avenue is lined with countless shops, cafés, restaurants, bars and bookstores. In addition, historic buildings such as Galatasaray High School, Galatasaray Turkish Bath and Çiçek Pasajı (Flower Arcade) can also be found on this street. Go with the flow and get carried away in the 24-hour charm of Istiklal Avenue. Beyoğlu district.

Galata Tower

Location: 41.025499,28.974102

Located in Istanbul’s Galata neighbourhood, visible from almost every angle of the city, it was originally built as a wooden lighthouse by the Byzantine Emperor Anastasius in the year 507 and later re-built in stone by the Genoans in 1348. It is said that in the 17th century, the great aviator Hezarfen Ahmet Çelebi strapped on a set of wooden wings and took flight from this tower, thus bringing to life the concept of a “bird’s eye view” from this perfect vantage point. Offering full service at its café and restaurant, the Galata Tower also hosts traditional Turkish shows in the evenings. Galata- Beyoğlu.

Dolmabahce Palace

Location: 41.03929,28.998971

The construction of the Dolmabahçe Palace was commissioned by Sultan Abdülmecid on June 13, 1843, and, with the completion of its surrounding walls, was open for use on June 7, 1856. The Palace is separated into three areas: the Selamlık (the part of the Palace reserved for men), the Ceremony Hall and the Harem (reserved for the women of the Palace). The Palace can be visited every day from 8.30-16.30, except on Mondays and Thursdays..

Istanbul Modern Art Museum

Location: 41.026843,28.984165

Istanbul Modern is Turkey’s first private modern museum, dedicated to the promotion of contemporary art. The museum was founded in 2004 with the purpose of making contemporary art more accessible to the greater public.

The Grand Bazaar

Location : 41.010783,28.968528

Founded in 1455 and 1461, The Grand Bazaar is celebrated for being the world’s largest shopping centre. Some of the best examples of handmade Turkish carpets and kilim, jewellery, silver, leather and souvenirs can all be found here. This is where bargaining is not only recommended but highly encouraged.

Hagia Sophia Museum

Location : 41.00918,28.979959

Hagia Sophia is a classic basilica-style patriarchate cathedral. It was built in the centre of Istanbul’s Historic Peninsula upon the order of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. between 532-537 B.C. The sacking of Istanbul by Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II the Conqueror in 1453 saw the conversion of the cathedral into a mosque. Today it functions as a secular museum. Over the years, drawing attention with its stunning architecture and mosaics, this spectacular site is a must-see for any visitor. The museum is open daily between 09.00-18.00, except on Mondays. .

Sultanahmet Mosque "The Blue Mosque

Location: 41.005447,28.97725

The Sultanahmet Mosque was built between 1609-1616 by Mehmet Ağa, one of the most famous architects of that era. “The Blue Mosque” is named after the blue tiles that decorate its inner walls. Hippodrome , German Fountain, Basilica Cistern The Million Stone, Serpentine Column Turkish and Islamic Art Museum, Mosaic Museum Gulhane Park .

Topkapı Palace

Location : 41.011949,28.98416

When Istanbul was the capital of the Ottoman Empire, Topkapı Palace was used as its government headquarters and the residence of the Sultan and his high officials. The construction of this palace was completed in 1473, following the conquer of Istanbul by Sultan Mehmet II the Conqueror. You may visit this grand palace daily from 9.00-19.00, except on Tuesdays. .

Underground Basilica Cistern

Location: 41.00837,28.977937

Built in the middle of the Historic Peninsula, the Underground Basilica Cistern was commissioned by Byzantine Emperor Justinianus I (who ruled from 527-565) in 542, with the purpose of fulfilling the water supply of the Grand Palace. It is often called “the Underground Palace” for its beautifully decorated columns. It is open to visitors daily from 9.00-18.30. .

Süleymaniye Mosque

Location: 41.016199,28.963909

Commissioned by Suleiman the Magnificent in 1557, the Süleymaniye Mosque is located in the Süleymaniye district and one of renowned Ottoman architect Sinan’s masterpieces.

Istanbul Archaeological Museum

Location: 41.011236,28.98158

The Archaeology Museum, which has been rapidly expanding, adding new collections since it opened on June 13, 1891, consists of three sections: from the Balkans to Africa, from Anatolia and Mesopotamia to the Arabian Peninsula and Afghanistan, and the section housing over a million pieces left from various civilizations under the Ottoman rule. It is highly regarded as one of the world’s largest museums. Visiting hours are between 9.00-19.00 every day, except for Mondays.

Miniaturk

Location: 41.060042, 28.94860300000005

Anatolia through Miniatürk, the 3000 years of traces from the Ancient Age to Byzantium, the Seljuks to the Ottoman have been carried forward to the coasts of the Golden Age. Models of 1/25 scales of selected works of Turkish and Ottoman geographies are exhibited in Miniatürk. Open everyday between 10 am. till 6.00 pm