The most famous and beautiful market in Istanbul, Turkey, is the most attractive place. It has significantly all tradition and culture depicting through the artwork and items available for shopping for tourists worldwide. The grand bazaar is a few minute’s walks away from Blue Mosque.
Located near the Marmara sea in Istanbul, Island is most popular among tourists with a quiet and peaceful atmosphere. It can be served for a beautiful stay, strolling, boats roaming around, and enjoying sunsets and views. It is the best place to escape from hectic city life.
Gulhane Park is near Cankurtaran, Istanbul, famously known for organizing the grand tulip festival in the city in April, which is the most beautiful spot at that time of the whole town. Built the park in the 16th century for royals. However, it is now a public property opened for children and others as a playground.
This Cathedral, the built-in influence of Byzantine culture near Dervisali, Istanbul, has unique architectural designs with beautiful interiors. Built-in the 5th century as a country church. This church is a religious place which also has biblical stories and famous monument among the tourists. However, it charges 30tl, i.e., Rs.265, as an entry fee.
Bosphorus strait separates Europe from Asia is located in Turkish city Istanbul. The famous Bosphorus cruise and bridge is the best place to spend. Amaze your evening while enjoying the sightseeing and beautiful view. The cruise has different offers to provide to its tourist, starting from Rs.100 for a short tour around the city.
It is a famous theme park near Yesilpinar in Istanbul has three different areas. Namely, the gaming zone, adventurous zone, and historical zone. The park also has a shopping mall and is a perfect place to spend your evening. Have a fun and enjoyable family trip. The entry fee is Rs.2290 per person.
This fort is near Yedikule Sokak, built in the 5th century as a defense mechanism by emperors. Later on, the fortress was used as a prison and execution place as well. It gives a perfect view of the sea and sunset from the top of the fortress. Although it requires a train to reach to yedikule, it is worth an experience.
Rugs and carpets are one of the favorite things to buy from Turkey. This carpet museum presents a wide variety of designs and artwork of carpets and rugs with input into these items. It is near Sultanahmet, Istanbul, a few minutes away from the aya sofya monument.
It is a museum located near Asmali Mescit, Istanbul, built in 2004. The museum exhibits modern Turkish art. Hosts local and foreign artists handicrafts and work to depict the various talent. Such as photography and encouraging the Turkish culture. The entry fee is Rs.600 per person.
10)Istiklal Caddesi and Taksim
Takism is the most famous street, also known as independence street. It’s renowned for the various shopping center, cafes, hotels, and restaurants. It is close to Galata Bridge; takism square organizes concerts, parades, and events on multiple festivals and new year’s Eve.