Istanbul Cultural Capital of Europe. Istanbul has been the capital to many civilizations but modern day Istanbul has a lot more to offer beside the traditional attraction like Topkapi palace and the Blue Mosque.
Sultan Ahmet Blue Mosque
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Istanbul
Topkapi was the palace where the dynasty lived during the Ottoman Empire
Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar (Kapali Carsi) is one of the world’s largest covered markets,...
Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnıcı) is Istanbul’s most unexpectedly romantic attraction which offers an insight into the complicated system that once brought drinking water into Istanbul.
Rahmi M. Koc Museum
Rahmi M. Koc Museum is features an amazing collection of classic cars, trains, trolleys and planes.
The Kariye Museum in Istanbul among the top 30 must-see museums in the world.
Alive Museum Canlı Müze
Alive Museum (Canlı Müze) is Europe’s first – and the world’s largest – museum dedicated to trick art, located at Vialand in the Eyüp district and is featuring over 100 three-dimensional image.
Yildiz Palace, meaning “Star Palace”, which is the last architectural example of Turkish Ottoman palace, is located on the Yildiz hill in the district of Besiktas.
The Süleymaniye Mosque (Süleymaniye Camii) is the largest mosque in Istanbul. The mosque crowns one of the seven hills dominating the Golden Horn and provides a magnificent landmark for Istanbul.
Miniaturk park hosts icons of many cultures and civilizations. Models vary from the Hagia Sophia to Selimiye, from Rumeli Fortress to Galata Tower, from Qubbat As-Sakhrah to the ruins of Mount Nemrut.
Istanbul Modern a creative center for young and old on the shores of the Bosphorous.
Santral Istanbul is a major new contemporary art museum and energy museum set in a historic power station
Istanbul Archaeology Museum
The museum excels in its rich collection of artifacts that shed light on the origins and history of the city.
Orhan Pamuk Museum of Innocence
Museum of Innocence houses real and fabricated artifacts from everyday Turkish life