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Hagia Sophia museum

Hagia Sophia: A Wonder of the History of Architecture

Hagia Sophia, also known as the Church of the Holy Wisdom or the Church of the Divine Wisdom, is a significant Byzantine edifice in Istanbul and one of the world’s finest masterpieces. The Hagia Sophia (contemporarily a mosque) is known Read More

Istanbul International Dance Festival

The Most Popular Festivals in Istanbul Turkey

Istanbul is a never-sleeping city. And when there are festivals going on, it becomes even more bustling. Istanbul has something for everyone, and festivals are available for those who enjoy dancing, watching stage plays, or trying new foods. Moving ahead, Read More

Basilica Cistern Museum

The Basilica Cistern Istanbul: All You Need to Know

Emperor Justinian authorized and erected this subterranean construction in 532. Basilica Cistern Istanbul was built with 336 columns, many of which were rescued from wrecked temples and include finely carved capitals, and is Istanbul’s largest remaining Byzantine cistern. Its symmetry Read More

Karaköy

Top 5 Best Neighborhoods in Istanbul to Live

Istanbul, Turkey’s capital, has a liveliness that stems from a combination of historic traditions with lively modern culture. Old Istanbul neighborhoods like Galata and Balat, which are home to historic churches and synagogues, are sprouting cool new places to visit, Read More

Istanbul Museum of Modern Art famous museums in Istanbul

The Most Famous Museums in Istanbul Turkey

In terms of history, culture, and art, Istanbul is renowned as one of the best cities in the world. More than 80 museums, spanning from archaeological and history museums to modern and fine art museums, along with themed museums, are Read More

Emirgan Park

Istanbul Tulip Festival: Everything You Need to Know

From the late 17th through the early 18th centuries, Ottoman society admired tulips, and Istanbul, then recognized as Constantinople, became renowned for them. ‘Tulip Fever’ was spreading steadily west, passing through the Netherlands. As a result, the 12 years leading Read More

Atatürk Arboretum

The Most Visited Gardens & Parks in Istanbul Turkey

Istanbul is not only rich in historic landmarks and monuments but also adorned with the eye-catching parks and gardens. If you’ve ever visited Istanbul in the spring, you’ve definitely seen the vivid wayside flowers, specifically the Tulips, which are unique Read More

Top Attractions in Istanbul Turkey

Turkey, without any second opinion, possesses such zones that are renowned for their uniqueness. This exclusivity can be comprehended in multiple aspects like landscapes, mountains, beaches and particularly the historical places. While shedding light on the historical places in the Read More

Turkish bath (Hammam) feel better

Turkish bath is what you’re looking for if you want to be impregnated with the authentic ottoman style, you will be amazed by the white marble beauty of the architecture, you certainly have to add this to your “Istanbul to-do Read More

The Best Turkey Tour for You

Now that it’s summer time, it’s the perfect time to visit Turkey. With many different landscapes and a vast history, we’re sure that the trip of your dreams is attainable and it’s here in Turkey! Everyone has a different idea Read More

Things to Do in Fatih Istanbul

    Istanbul is a big city, and after you’ve seen the main attractions like the Hagia Sofia and the grand Bazaar, you may wonder what else the city has to offer. Istanbul is made up of 39 districts so Read More

How to Make the Perfect Turkish Coffee

  After a three day, and what seemed like never ending, train ride from Poland, I finally arrived in Istanbul at 9:00 AM. As it was morning and me being an avid coffee drinker, the first thing I did after Read More

Dolmabahce Palace

The Dolmabahce Palace is located along the European shore of the Bosphorus Strait. Originally there was a shallow bay where the Ottoman fleet used to anchor their ships. After the 17th century the coast was filled in and converted into Read More

Things to do in Istanbul

Straddling two continents, Istanbul is a city divided by the narrow waterway known as the Bosphorus. The city embraces it’s mixture of European and Asian culture and visitors will sense the contrasts with each turn. To really explore and understand Read More

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