Things to see in Istanbul
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.
Süleymaniye Mosque, designed by the legendary Mimar Sinan, set a precedent for the famous, grand imperial mosques that would succeed it.
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.
Sophistication and luxury reach new heights at Dolmabahçe Palace. Explore one of the most ma-jestic constructions in Turkey.
Turkey’s famous Princes’ Islands are far from the chaotic hubbub of Istanbul and are the perfect refuge for relaxing in the sun.
The mysterious and legendary Maiden’s Tower (Kiz Kulesi) is located on a rocky outcrop in the middle of the sea, hardly 200 metres from the shore.
The Galata Bridge is truly a symbol of the city, one of the most significant landmarks for locals and brimming with history and life.
The Istanbul Spices Bazaar, the preferred one for gourmets. A world of colours, flavours and essences which all who visit it will fall in love with.
In Sultanahmet Square are the remains of the Hippodrome of Constantinople. A place in Istanbul that keeps the memory of a past of splendor.
Used as a summer palace and a residence for foreign leaders, Beylerbeyi Palace is a must in Istanbul.