3 Days in Istanbul

Welcome to the city of endless choices

1st Day Experience

Topkapi Palace Museum

A Window to the Ottoman Empire

Topkapı Palace Museum is a palace located in the historic peninsula of Istanbul and served as the government center of the Ottoman Empire for 400 years.

Hagia Sophia Mosque

A World Heritage in the Heart of Istanbul

A World Heritage in the Heart of Istanbul Hagia Sophia was built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian I between 532 and 537 and was the largest and most magnificent church in the world at that time.

Basilica Cistern

Istanbuls Water Reservoir

Yerebatan Cistern is an underground cistern located in the historical Sultanahmet district of Istanbul, built in 532 AD during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. 

The Blue Mosque

The Symbol of the Ottoman Empire

Sultanahmet Mosque is an imposing historical structure located in the historic peninsula of Istanbul, Turkey. It was built by Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I between 1609 and 1617 and is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. 

Grand Bazaar

The First Shopping Mall in the World

Kapalıçarşı is the largest covered bazaar in the world and one of the oldest. Located in the center of Istanbul, it is a major tourist attraction and a popular shopping destination for locals and visitors alike.

Gulhane Park

A Natural Gem in Istanbuls Historic Peninsula

 One of Istanbuls oldest and largest parks, Gülhane Park is a remnant of the Ottoman Empire and takes its name from the rose gardens that once grew here.

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2nd Day Experience

Dolmabahçe Palace

Symbol of Modernization

Dolmabahçe Palace is a Baroque-style palace that rises majestically on the shores of the Bosphorus, a sparkling strait that divides Istanbul's two continents. Its white limestone facade, topped with a symphony of domes and minarets, is a sight to behold, but it's the palace's lavish interior that truly takes the breath away.

Yildiz Park

A Historical and Natural Gem in Istanbul

Impressing everyone in an unique way with its view that shows the ever-changing beauties of the Bosporus, its centuries-old trees inherited from older generations, water pools and ponds, this park is an ideal place to enjoy for both the residents of the city and the visitors.

Church of St. Anthony of Padua

A Historic Landmark in Istanbul

This magnificent Gothic-style church is one of the largest Catholic churches in Turkey. The origins of this magnificent historical building date back to the early 19th century. 

Galata Tower

The Symbol of the City

Today, Galata Tower which is a museum is an important historical structure that has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List. Galata Tower, which attracts attention with its architecture, bears the traces of Byzantine and Genoese architecture. 

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3rd Day Experience

Maidens Tower

The Jewel of the Bosphorus

The Maidens Tower has been a source of inspiration for artists, poets, and writers for centuries. The Maidens Tower, the pearl of the Bosphorus, has also graced the lines of Bedri Rahmi Eyüboğlu. "When I think of Istanbul, I think of towers Whenever I paint one, the other gets jealous But if the Maidens Tower had a mind It would go to the Galata Tower And have a lot of children...