How is the Istanbul weather September? If you’re wondering answer of this question, probably you want come to Istanbul? Actually this right questşn about a city. Because If you want to go somewhere, I think first of all you should know its hotels, historaical places, attractions etc. And ofcourse weather is important too for travel to easily there.
So, you want to come Istanbul and you’re wondering its weather. September belongs to autumn season in Turkey. It means; it can be colder than the August eventhough probably it will J If you came to city, before prepare yourself you can chill a little bite. But when you see fall view of this city, Maybe you’ll say to yourself; İt is definitely see to worth. Avarege tempraure is 15-18 0C in this month. So, it means you can stille at ice cream like summer season. And If you want to take photos during your haliday, I should say one thing. This season is awsome for this activite.
What you can wear in September
Actually, I have to say it is not our business, I know this. But we want to just introduce our city. Actually, September is a little bite speacial in amoung the fall season’s months. Becasue it comes after summer season and it is like a month of the summer. So, you can wear thin thing again, but jut prevention you can get your sweater, topcoat, umbrella, jeans etc from your wardrobe. I hope, you’ll come to Istanbul. Maybe we can meet in this city 😉
Top 3 Sights for September
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. The palace comlex covers area of 700,000 sq.m. and is surrounded by five kilometres of walls.
This oldest and largest covered market place in the world is in the centre of the city. Resembling a giant labyrinth, it consists of approximetely sixty lanes and more than three thousand shops. This unique and interesting market place is a must see for visitors.
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. A street runs above a section of the cistern. Because a basilica once stood above the cistern, it is known as the Basilica Cistern.