Istanbul

Istanbul Attractions

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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

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

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

Istanbul Modern

Known simply as Istanbul Modern, the Istanbul Museum of Modern Art opened in 2004 in the Beyoglu district of Istanbul. Sitting in a converted warehouse on the ...  Read more

Istanbul Sapphire

The second tallest building in Turkey after the nearby Diamond of Istanbul, the Istanbul Sapphire rises 54 stories above ground level in the central business ...  Read more

Kariye Museum (Chora Church)

The Church of the Holy Savior in Chora is one of the most beautiful Byzantine churches still in existence today. Originally built in the 5th century, it was ...  Read more

Koza Hani

The Koza Hani, also known as the Cocoon Inn, was a caravanseri commissioned by Sultan Bayezid II in the late 15th century. Constructed in the city of Bursa, it ...  Read more

Kucuk Ayasofia Camii (Church of the Saints Sergius and Bacchus)

The Little Aya Sofia (Kucuk Ayasofia Camii in Turkish) was built in the 6th century at the direction of the Roman Emperor Justinian I. Shaped as an irregular ...  Read more

Mevlevi Monastery

If you’ve heard of Whirling Dervishes and want to find out what it’s all about, make a date to visit the Mevlevi Monastery while you’re in Istanbul. The ...  Read more

Mihrimah Sultan Mosque

Located on the Sixth Hill near the highest point in Istanbul, the Mihrimah Sultan Mosque is one of the most visible landmarks in the city. One of two mosques ...  Read more

Military Museum (Asker Muzesi)

Dedicated to over 1,000 years of Turkish military history, the Istanbul Military Museum is one of the best of its kind in the world. Originally opened in Saint ...  Read more

Reina

Known as the ritziest club in Istanbul, Reina enjoys a prime location along the waterfront in Ortakoy, offering glittering views of the Bosphorus. Open since ...  Read more

Rustem Pasha Mosque

Almost hidden among the narrow streets surrounding Istanbul’s Spice Bazaar, the Rustem Pasha Mosque is one of several Ottoman era mosques designed by famous ...  Read more

Sokollu Mehmet Pasha Mosque

The Sokollu Mehmet Pasha Mosque was designed by imperial architect Sinan for Grand Vizier Sokollu Mehmet Pasha, the husband of one of the granddaughters of ...  Read more

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