Istanbul

Istanbul Attractions

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Pierre Loti Hill

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 3 Reviews

Known for its views across Istanbul's natural harbor — the Golden Horn — Pierre Loti Hill is named after the famous French novelist and traveler. A popular ...  Read more

Galata Tower

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 2 Reviews

The medieval Galata Tower adds a fairytale element to the hilly Beyoğlu district, on the north side of the Golden Horn. Capped with a conical tiled ...  Read more

Anadolu Kavagi

The last stop on the Asian side of the Bosphorus Strait, Anadolu Kavagi is a former fishing village that sits near the confluence of the Bosphorus and the ...  Read more

Arasta Bazaar

The Arasta Bazaar is a small market complex built around the same time as the Blue Mosque. Located adjacent to the mosque, rents from the shops went to support ...  Read more

Archaeological Museums (Arkeoloji Muzeleri )

Crammed with artworks and artifacts from over the millennia, Istanbul’s Archaeology Museum is housed in a complex of three buildings in gardens formerly ...  Read more

Aynalıkavak Palace

Aynalıkavak Palace is a lovely Ottoman palace located in the Hasköy neighborhood of Istanbul. It was originally built under Sultan Ahmet I in 1613 and ...  Read more

Belgrad Forest

Located at the easternmost point of the Thracian Peninsula, the Belgrad Forest is about 15 kilometers outside of Istanbul. Covering about 5,000 hectares of ...  Read more

Beyazit Mosque

One of the most impressive of the Ottoman mosques, the Beyazit Mosque was the second large imperial mosque complex to be built in Istanbul after the conquest ...  Read more

Canakkale

More than just a launching pad for visits to Gallipoli and Troy, Canakkale is a lively seaside port on the Dardanelles that’s an ideal destination for day ...  Read more

Cicek Pasaji (Cité de Péra)

Cicek Pasaji was the most glamorous address in the Beyoğlu district during the heady days of the Orient Express, and today the historic 19th-century arcade is ...  Read more

Ecumencial Orthodox Patriarchate

Istanbul’s Church of St George has been the seat of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople since 1600. Since the fall of the Ottomans, the Greek ...  Read more

Eminonu Pier

The Eminonu Pier is located along the southern end of the Galata Bridge and consists of multiple docks for ferries cruising along or crossing the Bosphorus.  ...  Read more

Eminonu Square

Located in the heart of the old city, Eminonu has long been a popular neighborhood in Istanbul. Shortly after Turkey won its independence, the area underwent ...  Read more

Emirgan Park

One of the largest public parks in Istanbul, Emirgan Park covers 117 acres on a hillside along the shores of the Bosphorus Strait. In Byzantine times, the area ...  Read more

Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge

Istanbul is often referred to as the city where east meets west due to its bordering of two different continents, Asia and Europe. This sentiment is ...  Read more

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