How is the Istanbul weather July? If you think answer of this question, probably you want to come to this city. Actually this is good question. Because, you want to go somewhere I think, First of all you should know its hotels, monuments, structures, airports, weather etc. Thus, you can travel to city easily.
July belongs to summer season in Turkey and it is one of the my favorite months for travel to city. Because, I like summer season. Before the sunset you can see amazing view of this city and If you can wake up before the sunrise, again you can see a amazing city view. Especially, you’re in the Bosphorus. Average temprature is 30+ 0C in July in Istanbul. It means it is gonna be hot, not mild J
You can eat Maras ice cream when you walk on the streets of this city. By the way, you want to more information about Istanbul weather you can read our wetaher artcile. (click here)
July is the second month of the summer season. You can see flowers, birds, amazing view of sea from Besiktas or Kadikoy. You can make a tour for Bosphorus or you can travel to historcical places of the city. Gulhane park is really good in this season and in the vicinity of Topkapi Palace.
What you can wear in July
So, we have already told you; this month belongs to summer season in Turkey. And it means it is gonna be hot. But, don’t worry! Actually, this is good new. You can get your summery clothes from your wardrobe and you can make a good combination with your clothes. You can wear thin things for travel to city easily. Ofcourse, you can wear whatever you want J These are just advice.
Top 3 Sights for July
The Bosphorus… You’re think about come to Istanbul? If you think, there is a unique place in the world which is everybody shoul see it. Do you know Bosphorus of Istanbul? Maybe you know others, for instance Bosphorus Orlando . Don’t make hay of two of them. One of them is Bosphorus of Istanbul in Turkey.
The archipelago known as the Princes’ Islands consists of nine Islands in the Sea of Marmara and is only an hour away by boat from central Istanbul. Mother nature was generous to Istanbul in providing such unique beauty, quiet, beaches and forests so close to the city.
The entrance to Istanbul’s largest and most interesting covered cistern is through a small building to the west of Hagia Sophia Square. The cross-vaulted ceiling of this forest of columns is made of brick.