How is the Istanbul weather of January? If you think answer the this question, probably you want to come to this city in January. So, this why we’re here; help to you about this city. January belongs to winter season in Turkey. İt means, this month can be very cold for some people. But definetely see to worth winter view of this city. Again, If you ask this question probably you’re wondering what ı should wear in this month in Istanbul. This is right question.
If you are wondering whole city weather, you can look our weather page that we have prepared for you. (read more)
What you can wear in January
For intance, You came to Istanbul in this month or you haven’t come yet. You want to prepare your baggage. likely you will think, what I shoul get when I go to this city. So, we have already told you this monts is can be too cold. For this reason, you should get winterweight clothes. Usually people wear coat, mounted, topcoat, trousers, boot, weft, fur, beret etc. So, ofcourse If you want you can wear whatever you want or follow the poeple of Istnabul.
Top 3 Sights for January
we’ll introduce to Blue Mosque Istanbul. Blue Mosque is one of the most famous mosque of Istanbul even maybe most famous one. So, Do you know Sultan Ahmet Mosque. If you think come to Istanbul, you should see it . Because it is most important monument that Ottoman Empire left. You can visit it every day of week. İt opens to visitors every time. But there are some rules that when you come to mosque you have to do them.
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Istanbul Archaelogical museums, located in the gardens of the first court of Topkapi Palace, comprise a complex of three museums: The mUseum of Oriental Antiquities, the Archaelogical Museum and the tiled Pavilion Museum. These museums contain 60,000 archaelogical treasures, 760,000 coins and medallions and 75,000 clay tablets. The main building displays temprorary exhibits and previously unexhibited items from the museum’s stroge, from private collections, or from recent excavations.