Istanbul

Istanbul Attractions

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Istanbul Cruise Port

4.5 star rating: Recommended 315 Reviews

The legendary city of Istanbul straddles Europe and Asia, washed by the Bosphorus on the Sea of Marmara. Sail past the minarets and domes to dock near the ...  Read more

Gallipoli

4.5 star rating: Recommended 180 Reviews

For many Australians and New Zealanders visitors, Gallipoli is the focus of their trip to Turkey. During World War I, the tiny cove on the Dardanelles was ...  Read more

Anzac Cove

4.5 star rating: Recommended 164 Reviews

Anzac Cove is the small cove on Turkey’s Gallipoli Peninsula where the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) landed during World War I. It then became ...  Read more

Sultanahmet District

4.5 star rating: Recommended 27 Reviews

Leave the present day behind and take a wander around Old Istanbul, the wonderful old Sultanahmet district. This World Heritage-listed district is crammed ...  Read more

Beylerbeyi Palace

4 star rating: Recommended 249 Reviews

Located on the shores of the Bosphorus, on the Asian side of Istanbul, the Beylerbeyi Palace was a summer residence for Ottoman sultans and a guest house to ...  Read more

Rumeli Fortress

4 star rating: Recommended 216 Reviews

The Rumeli Fortress sits on a hill on the European side of Istanbul, overlooking the Bosphorus at its narrowest point. Built by Sultan Mehmed II prior to the ...  Read more

Taksim Square

4 star rating: Recommended 172 Reviews

Located on the European side of Istanbul, Taksim Square is the heart of the modern part of the city. It takes its name from the stone reservoir on the west ...  Read more

Istiklal Street

4 star rating: Recommended 161 Reviews

Istiklal Street, known in Turkish as Istiklal Caddesi, is one of the most well-known avenues in Istanbul.  Stretching for about three kilometers, it is the ...  Read more

Galata Bridge

4 star rating: Recommended 153 Reviews

Spanning the Golden Horn, Istanbul’s Galata Bridge is one of the most famous bridges in Turkey. The bridge has been a symbolic link between the old city ...  Read more

Eyup Sultan Mosque

4 star rating: Recommended 152 Reviews

The Eyup Sultan Mosque was the first mosque built by the Ottoman Turks after their conquest of Constantinople in 1453. Completed in 1458, it is located on the ...  Read more

Gulhane Park

4 star rating: Recommended 152 Reviews

One of the oldest and largest parks in Istanbul, Gulhane Park lies adjacent to and on the grounds of the famous Topkapi Palace. “Gulhane” means “rose garden” ...  Read more

Haydarpasa Terminal

4 star rating: Recommended 152 Reviews

The Haydarpasa Terminal is a major transportation hub in the Kadikoy area of Istanbul and a symbolic gate into the city. In addition to being the busiest rail ...  Read more

Yedikule Fortress

4 star rating: Recommended 152 Reviews

Also known as the Fortress of Seven Towers, the Yedikule Fortress is located just over 3 miles southwest of Sultanahmet. It was first built as the Golden Gate ...  Read more

Camlica Hill

4 star rating: Recommended 71 Reviews

Just a few kilometers from Uskudar in Istanbul, Camlica Hill offers a different perspective of the city. Split into two hills – Big Camlica and Little Camlica ...  Read more

Bosphorus

4 star rating: Recommended 54 Reviews

Bosphorus, or the Istanbul Strait, functions not just as a border between Europe and Asia, but as one of the most beautiful sites in all of Turkey. Lined with ...  Read more

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