It is the most impressive historical venue in Istanbul that brings together a unique collection of artifacts and sculptures from Turkey
This is the largest underground cistern in Istanbul that is considered to be a marvel of Byzantine engineering
This is the biggest covered market in the entire world, and you can see here people haggling to get the best deals.
This glorious palace is one of the most popular attractions in Istanbul that served as the administrative quarter of the Ottoman rulers.
Hagia Sophia is a domed monument that was built originally as a cathedral, but now it has been transformed into a mosque.
Maiden’s Tower is a former Ottoman watchtower where you can sit down to have an enthralling view of the sunset. It has numerous restaurants and cafes where you can have a scrumptious meal while enjoying the sunset view from your cozy seats.
This is an iconic bascule bridge that is considered to be a paragon of architectural magnificence and beauty. The bridge spans the Golden Horn, which is a protected harbor and inlet of the Bosphorus river.
Literally meaning “sand gate,” Kumkapi is located in Fatih district, near the Sea of Marmara. First founded as a fishing village known as Kontonskalion