What to See in Istanbul

Santa Sofia

Hagia Sophia is Istanbul’s most famous image, an image that has lived the history of the city for almost 1,500 years. It is a masterpiece of Byzantine art.

Blue Mosque

Built by Sultan Ahmed I between 1609 and 1616, the Blue Mosque is the most famous mosque in Istanbul.

aTopkapı Palace

The Topkapi Palace is the best reflection of the greatness that reached Constantinople. From this palace the warrior Ottoman Sultans ruled the empire.

Basilica Cistern

Not a typical visits guidebooks; Cistern Basilica (or Sunken Palace) is one of our favourite places in Istanbul. It is a magical place even used as a move set for a James Bond film.

Galata Tower

Occupied by Sultan Mehmet II during the conquest of Constantinople, Galata Tower is one of the oldest towers in the world. In the beginning it was constructed to be lighthouse.

St. Savıour ın Chora

The Church of St. Saviour in Chora is considered one of the best examples of Byzantine art in the world.

Gülhane Park

A great place to relax and see the other side of the inhabitants of Istanbul. For us it is imperative for a walk.

Dolmabahçe Palace

rom 1856 to 1924, the Dolmabahçe Palace was the official residence of the sultans replacing the Topkapi Palace. It was built in Western style.

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