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
Hagia Sophia Istanbul
The Hagia Sophia was the largest cathedral in the world for nearly a thousand years
Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar (Kapali Carsi) is one of the world’s largest covered markets, spread over 60 streets and containing over 3000 shops of jewelry, textiles, pottery, glazed tiles, bronze, leather and carpets. The Grand Bazaar is also one of the oldest of its kind, with roots stretching back to the 15th century. Its first ‘bedestan’ (domed building) was built in 1455 on the orders of Sultan Mehmet I. In the 16th century, it was...
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.
The Kariye Museum in Istanbul among the top 30 must-see museums in the world.
Dolmabahce Palace known as “the Versailles of Istanbul” is an impressive European-style residence that was the centre of the Ottoman Empire for the last 60 years of its existence.
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.
Galata Tower (Galata Kulesi) is a medieval stone tower situated in the bustling Istanbul district of Galata. This medieval attraction occupies a prominent place in the city’s history and rewards visitors with stunning views if they climb to the top. Galata Tower’s roots stretched right back to the sixth century when the Byzantine Emperor Anastasius built the Lighthouse Tower. Originally, the tower was made of wood, but when the...
Maiden’s Tower (Kiz Kulesi) stands in the middle of Bosphorus where the two continents Europe and Asia meet.