How is the Istanbul weather June? Are you wondering answer of this question? Actually it is good question. Because, If you’re think about that, likely you want to come Istanbul. And If you want to somewhere, first of all you should know its hotels, sights, food and drink and weather. Bucause all of them necassary for travel to city easily. Maybe you don’t like surprises J If you think about come to Istanbul, don’t worry; this why we’re here. Help for you…
The june month is begin of the summer season in Turkey. And likely you know it can be so hot. But, orfcourse this is my opinion best time to visit Istanbul is summer season. Because, I liket. I say everytime, view of this city is amazing for each season. And I know this a personal idea, it can change to depands on your ideas. Average temperature is 30 + 0C in June.
When june came to city, change everthing. Actually it starts with spring season. Life is more active than the winter’s day. And night clubs starts to Entertainment. And ofcourse, nature return the life again. İt is definitely see to worth. Especially Bosphorus can be magnificent in summer season. If you want to learn whole Istanbul weather you can read our Istanbul Weather artice. (click here)
What You can Wear in June
We have already told; June belongs to summer season in Turkey. So, It is gonna be hot. Am I right? So, it means you cen get your summery clothes from your wardrop. You can wear thin things. Maybe a t-shirt or thin skirt. Actually, the point is you should wear relax things. And don’t forgot your sunglasses J maybe a hat for protect your head from sun. Ofcourse If you want you can shopping in Istanbul and you can buy whatever you want in here.
Top 3 sight for June
The oldest and largest palace in the world today is Topkapi Palace, a museum since 1924. The palace is on the site of the acropolis of Byzantium, over looking the Golden Horn, the Bosphorus and the Sea of Marmara.
Sultan Mehmed II assigned a subaşı (or voyvoda) and a judge the to Galata after the surrender of the city and placed it directly under Ottoman administration. The Sultan demolished parts of the city walls in order the protect the city, afraid that the Christian majority could surrender the tower to Crusaders arriving from teh Sea.
The Sultan Ahmed Mosque, one of the most revered masterpieces not only of Turkey but of the entire Islamic world, inspires deep admiration in all those who visit it. This mosque with six minarets, built between 1609 and 1616, is a striking example of the classic Turkish mosque and surrounded by many monuments dating to earlier phases of history of Istanbul. The fine silhoutte is a prominent part of IStanbul’s beatiful skyline as seen from the sea.