Things to do in Istanbul
The Golden Horn is a place to be admired both from its bridges and crossings, while strolling through its neighbourhoods.
Istanbul’s Basilica Cistern is a hidden underground treasure, and is undeniable proof that attractions are not always found at ground level.
The Galata Tower is one of the symbols of Istanbul and a magnificent viewpoint from which to get one of the best views of the Turkish capital.
The ever-bustling Taksim Square, which lies on the European side of Istanbul, is the perfect place to get a true feel for this multicultural city that spans the divide between the East and West.
Istanbul, by vocation and its history, is the largest shopping centre in the world. A place for buying all kinds of merchandise from the most obscure origins.
In Istanbul, the former and chaotic capital of the Ottoman Empire lies real oases of peace and for relaxation: the famous Turkish baths.
Süleymaniye Mosque, designed by the legendary Mimar Sinan, set a precedent for the famous, grand imperial mosques that would succeed it.
If there is a rich and varied food, that is Turkish food, with clear influences from the Mediterranean, oriental cuisines and the Islamic world in general.
A trip to Bursa is one of the most interesting excursions that can be made from Istanbul. We will tell you what you can see in the former capital of the Ottoman Empire.