How is the Istanbul weather August? You can sure that, it is hot J Just joke ofcourse. If you think answer of this question likely you think about come to the Istanbul. So, it is right question about somewhere. Because If you want to go somewhere, I think first of all you shoul know its airports, tours, historical pleces, monuments or wetaher. Thus, you can travel in the city easily. For instance, you want to go Paris ? What should you know firstly? Ofcourse, Paris airports, paris hotels, paris weather etc.
If you want come to Istanbul, don’t worry! This why we’re here. For more information about Istabul city you can read our introduction page baout this city. And we know, you want to Istanbul weather in August? August belongs to summer season in Turkey. It is last month of the summer season. Usally It can be so hot. Fort his reason, there are so many festival in the tradational areas. Average temprature is 30+ 0C in this month. So, If you want to be relax consider this.
If you came to Istanbul in August you have to protect yourself from the sun. Maybe the sun can damege to your skin and we don’t want it. Don’t forgot make a tour of Bosphorus in this month. And also yu can travel to Prince’s Islands too.
What You can wear in August?
You know, we have already told you; this month belongs summer season. Because of this it is gonna be hot. You get your summery clothes from your wardrobe. Maybe a hat for protect yourself from the sun. And If you come to Turkey in summer season, don’t forget to eat a Maras ice cream. Ofcouse, you can wear, whatever you want but I think you should get thin things J I hope, we’ll meet in Istanbul.
Top 3 sights for August
The Most striking of the all domes and minarets that define the skyline of Istanbul are those of the Suleymaniye Mosque, the largest and most majestic in the city. It fascinate every visitor with the aestich harmony of its interior and exterior, and its pleasing proportions. By any standard, the Suleymaniye mosque is an architectural masterpiece. Restoration of the Mosque completed in 2011. (more…)
In ancient times this was known as Chalcedon, but no traces have been found. In early Christian times there were some monasteries and churches, and this was site of the council of Chalcedon. Very few of the 19th century wooden villas have survived. (more…)
One of the landmarks of Istanbul, Galata Tower, built on district’s hill, was used as a lookout tower in the 14th and 15th centruies and commands a magnificent view of the harbour, the entrance to the Bosphorus and the historic city. (more..)