Things to do in Istanbul
Ancient Constantinople and cradle of emperors, today it is a lively and cosmopolitan city that houses authentic jewels of antiquity.
Pamukkale is one of those places that look more like a fantasy rather than a real location. Its extremely white geological formations clearly impact everyone.
In the 6th century, the Hagia Sophia Basilica marked a turning point in architecture: nobody was able to ignore or equal it for a thousand years.
If you’re planning a trip to Turkey, here is some advice to help ensure that your holiday in this most beautiful and exotic of countries is everything that you hoped for.
The Blue Mosque was built opposite Hagia Sophia to surpass it in grandeur. The magic, however, remains floating in its turquoise interior atmosphere.
The Grand Bazaar, one of the largest and oldest markets in the world, is a must-see in Istanbul. More than 4000 shops await.
With unparalleled landscapes, underground cities and a wealth of history, Cappadocia is a dreamlike region in the heart of Turkey. Discover it from the ground and the skies.
After a busy day in Istanbul, treat yourself to some me time in one of Barceló’s spas.
Istanbul is a huge restaurant hub; on every street corner and square, there’s a restaurant or street stall where you can enjoy delicious Turkish cuisine.
For four centuries Topkapi Palace was the nexus of Ottoman politics and today it remains one of the marvels of modern Istanbul. Discover the palace and its famous harem.