How is the Istanbul weather November? If you ask this question, probably you want to come Istanbul. Actually, this is right and good question about a city. Because, you shoul know this for travel to city easily. For instance, you want to go Paris . What you should know about Paris firstly. I think, you should know, its hotels, paris cafes, paris restaurant or weather. Because, If you know weather of this, you can decide what you can wear or where you can travel into the city.
November belongs to fall season in Turkey. This is why its a little bite cold. Average temperature is 15 0C in November. So, maybe you can gold. And probably it will be rain, for his reason had better you get a umbrella. Maybe sometimes you wanna wear a coat, because it can be cold. But this happens so rarely.
What you can wear in November
If you wonder more things about Istanbul weather, you can read our weather article (read more..) Actually, This month a little bite colder than the other fall season’s mont. Maybe, you need to something for travel to city. But, Espically the natural beauties of the city can be amazing in this month. Its average temperature is 15 degree. You want to wear thick things for proctect yourself from the cold. And maybe you will need an umbrella for rain.
Top 3 sight for Nowember
Galata Bridge, Increasing commercial relations and the transfer of the Ottoman palace from the historical peninsula to Dolmabahçe in Beşiktaş in the 19th century resulted in heavier traffic between Aminönü and Karaköy.
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. Haydarpaşa Railway Station stands oppisite the Kadikoy ferry terminal. On another hill, behind the commercial harbour, is Selimiye Barracks. Kadikoy today has modern buildings, parks, gardens and beutiful scenery.
Soğukçeşme Street that lies between Topkapi Palace and Hagia Sophia with its historical houses or Osman Hamdi Bey Yokuşu that goes down to Archaeology Museums from the first courtyard of the Palace takes you to Gülhane Park. Gülhane Park that has the look of a private grove was the outer garden within the borders of Topkapi Palace. This place was the location for various entertainment and shows including javelin and wrestling. During the construction of Archaeology Museum, the garden was laid out and opened to public with the museum.