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Istanbul Turkey is one of the most interesting places in the world as we have mentioned in many writings before. Istanbul has been home to civilizations such as Roman, Byzantine, Constantine and Ottoman Empires in its history. Today, the city is one of the biggest cities in the world with a population of over 16 million. It is the biggest city of Turkey in terms of development. For this reason, you can find a lot of touristic places in Istanbul.  Each of Istanbul Turkey’s tourist attractions is very valuable and we recommend you to visit.

The places to visit in Istanbul are quite expensive due to the inheritance and the civilizations that lived in this city in the past. For this reason, we recommend to read until the end of our article titled “Istanbul Turkey attractions”. In this article we will try to explain in short and pictures the places to visit in Istanbul. Before coming to Istanbul or Turkey like this, you can draw a map for yourself and you can visit all the tourist areas of the city. Places such as Hagia Sophia, Basilica Cistern, Blue Mosque, Galata Tower, Galata Bridge, Taksim, Eminonu, Grand Bazaaar, Spice Bazaar, Suleymaniye Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Ciragan Palace and Dolmabahçe Palace are the most important attractions in Istanbul Turkey.

Maiden’s Tower

The Maiden’s Tower is one of the most important tourist areas that have become a symbol of Istanbul. There are various legends and rumors about the Maiden’s Tower. It is located near the Sea of Marmara in Istanbul. There is a unique view. The visitors grow up with both the natural beauty of the surrounding area and the myths about it. (Read more)

Hagia Sophia (Ayasofya)

Hagia Sophia is one of the most valuable works of art in terms of history and architecture. It is located in the historical peninsula of Istanbul. It is one of the most valuable of Istanbul attractions in Turkey. A considerable number of people come to see Hagia Sophia in Turkey during the year. This structure was rebuilt three times because it was built in the East Roman Empire and was later demolished. (Read more)

Blue Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii)

The Blue Mosque is located on the historical peninsula of Istanbul, directly opposite Hagia Sophia. It is one of the most valuable works remaining in the Ottoman period and reflecting Islamic architectural art. It is among the most famous mosques in the world. It was made for Ottoman sultans Sultan Ahmed in 17th century. It is visited by thousands of people who come to Istanbul during the year with its large courtyard and colorful windows. (Read more)

Haydarpasa Train Station

It is located in the Kadikoy district of Istanbul. A few years ago a fire broke out at this historic train station. For this reason, the repair and rebuilding process has entered the process. It is the gateway to Istanbul with its unique sea view. You can see the first trains of the republican period by visiting here. Haydarpaşa is the train line that was built in 1908 as the starting station of the Istanbul-Baghdad railway line. The station is the main station of the TCDD.

Taksim – Istiklal Street

Istiklal Street is located in Beyoğlu, one of the oldest districts of Turkey. The building of the street was completed in the 19th century. Taksim continues from the square until the tunnel at the end of the cadden. For those who want to shop in Istanbul, there are many brands and the building has colorful architecture designed buildings.

Basilica Cistern

It is one of the mysterious and historical buildings of Istanbul. It is directly opposite Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque. It is visited by thousands of people throughout the year. The Medusa head in Basilica Cistern is one of the most striking parts of this historical and mysterious structure.

Galata Tower and Galata Bridge

The Galata tower is one of the most valuable constructions of Istanbul and has become a symbol of the city over time. The Galata tower was first thought to have been built during the golden age of the M.S. The tower was originally designed as a sea lantern. The Galata tower is about 70 meters long and weighs about 10 tons.

The Galata bridge is the first bridge connecting Istanbul’s Golden Horn Strait. The bridge was first built in 1845. It has been renewed many times over time. From here you can go to the area where Eminönü fishermen are, you can eat fish and bread.

Pierre Loti Hill

You can easily go to the Pierre Loti hill as soon as you visit Istanbul’s Eyup Sultan Mosque area. The Pierre Loti hill has a unique view across the estuary strait. Here you can have Turkish tea prepared with its own methods. You have to follow the path of Eyup Sultan mosque to go to Pierre Loti Hill. You can go up the hill by entering the cemetery path.

Çamlıca Hill

Çamlıca Hill is located on the Anatolian side of Istanbul within the borders of the Üsküdar district. It is approximately 268 meters high from the sea. From here you can clearly see the unique fascinating view of Istanbul Bosphorus.

Yedikule Dungeons 

Yedikule dungeons is another name for the region known by its name is Yedikule Castle. Yedikule dungeons are one of the oldest open air museums of Istanbul. In today’s Istanbul, it is used as a stage for various concerts, events and organizations. Many local and foreign visitors come to these events organized in this region.

Topkapi Palace

Topkapi Palace is the palace that the Ottoman Empire built here after it captured Istanbul. It was used as the administrative center of the Ottoman state for 400 years. It is located in the old historical peninsula of Istanbul and Behind the Haghia Sophia Museum lies the Blue Mosque. Today it is used as a museum. You can easily visit the Ottoman palace within the visiting hours.

Dolmabahçe Palace

Dolmabahçe Palace is one of the most valuable Istanbul Turkey Attractions structures remaining from the last period of the Ottoman Empire. It has been used as a palace for quite some time. It is located within the boundaries of Istanbul’s Beşiktaş district. It has an amazing bosphorus view towards the sea. At the same time Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, loves to have breakfast in the morning.

Where should you stay?

We briefly introduced the sightseeing points of Istanbul Turkey to your country. When it comes to Istanbul, there are so many attractions in Istanbul Turkey. For this reason, we may have forgotten a few of them. We will update this list for you over time. You can tell us the points you want to visit most in Istanbul in the comment field.

If you want to visit these beautiful artifacts in Istanbul you will need accommodation center for your travels. How can you find quality hotels around Istanbul’s destinations? If you want to stay close to the city center of Istanbul, you can book the nearest and best quality hotels here. If you want to stay in the European side of Istanbul with your business travel route, you can book the best quality hotels in this region from here. If you want to enjoy the night life during your trip in Istanbul, you can stay in a hotel near Taksim. You can book the best quality hotels around Taksim from here.

 

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