How is the Istanbul weather in April? Do you want to know answer of this question. Istanbul is a magnificen city and If you asking this question probably you want to come this in April. This month is belong to spring season in the city. Don’t worry! We have already told you; Istanbul is a great city. This for reason its natural beauty, monuments, streets, avenues etc are fascinating in every season. You can sure that. Probably you are wondering; When I come to this city in April what I should get? Or where I should travel? Don’t worry! This why we’re here. We’ll help to you about this city.
In April, Istanbul usally has a mild weather. İt is not too neihter cold. Average temperature is 15-18 0C in this month in Istanbul. And beautiful side of this season you can see plants with their new flowers or tree with their green foliage. And also you can smell amazing weather of Istanbul. When you wander among the magnificent places, the wind will fondle you skin. This feel is amazing. For more information about Istanbul weather (click here..)
What I should wear in April?
We have already told you; April belongs to spring season in Turkey and you should know spring can be amazing in Turkey. Because when it comes nature return to the city life with its trees, flowers, foliage… In spring, Istanbul has a mild weather. This see to worth. Maybe you’re wondering; what should I get with me in April? This is right question, I think. Because If you want to go somewhere you should know weather of the city or country. For decision to what you can wear. You can wear t-shirt or skirt, summery clothes, a light shoe I mean you can be relax it is not too cold J
Top 3 Sights for April
The New mosque, This built is one of the famous parts of Eminönü. Yeni Camii is located in Eminönü Square next to the Spice Bazaar. One of the most magnificent mosques along the Bosphorus, it completes the Istanbul portrait. The construction of the mosque started in 1597 on the decree of Safiye Sultan, the wife of Sultan Murad III and the mother of the Sultan Mehmed III. After 1598, the arthitect Dalgıç Ahmet Çavuş took over from the original architect, Davud Agha.
Spice Bazaar is the Flower Market. The tea houses here are we always full. The Spice Bazaar is the second- largest covered market in teh city with more then 100 shops, many of them still selling spices, while others are famous for their dired fruits and nuts or their cheeses and pastırma. Outside the market is a colourful street filled with merchants selling fish, cheese or olives.
The location of Dolmabahçe Palace is believed to be the spot where the Argounat anchored while Jason was on his quest for the Golden Fleece. Dolmabahce Palace in Besiktas in Istanbul Turkey. You reached that place different kind of Public Transport. İt is one of the most beautiful structure that leaved to Turkish Republic from Ottoman Empire.