Most Visited Towns of Istanbul

Most Visited Towns of Istanbul

Its area is 5461 km2, is one of Turkey's largest city Istanbul. The city which fascinates the visitors with its natural beauties, Bosphorus, mansions, historical monuments and culture. It takes a lifetime to visit every part of the city. Every neighborhood in this city has another side, another secret. The culture, beauties, landscapes and history of Istanbul, which cannot be fit in a short time, can also be visited by pinpointing. Here are the most visited districts of Istanbul…

Fatih

Fatih is one of the oldest districts of Istanbul and has many historical monuments. It whispers to the history of Istanbul, so to speak. Thanks to this feature, it is among the most visited districts of Istanbul. The Hagia Sophia Museum, built by Emperor Constantine in 360 in Fatih, the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1985, the Istanbul Walls developed during the Ottoman period, the Topkapi Palace, which has become one of the symbols of Istanbul, can be visited. At the same time, the streets and passages famous for the Grand Bazaar, the city's oldest shopping points, the Spice Bazaar, the Ottoman Sultan Ahmet I built in the name of the 16th honorable Sultan Ahmet Mosque, Suleymaniye Mosque and Istanbul's most mysterious historical buildings continue to fascinate the Basilica Cistern.

Beyoglu

Beyoğlu, which is among the most visited districts of Istanbul, has become a center of nightlife for centuries and after a 24-hour tour of İstiklal Street, a pleasant trip can be made in Karaköy. Galata Tower, one of the symbols of Istanbul in Beyoğlu, the Galata Mevlevihanesi, which was built in the 16th century, is a place frequented by contemporary art lovers, Istanbul Modern, the historic Galatasaray Bath, one of the oldest baths in the city. Antuan Church, Rahmi M. Koç Museum, Madame Tussauds Istanbul Wax Museum, cafes and old buildings with pleasant French Street are among the places worth seeing. While you are coming to Beyoğlu, Miniatürk, one of the most beautiful places to visit with models of the most important Turkish structures in history, and Pera Museum, which shows activities in the field of culture and arts, are also worth seeing.

Beşiktaş

Besiktas, famous for its palaces, is known as one of the districts that attract the most attention of domestic and foreign tourists. Therefore, it is not surprising that Istanbul is one of the most visited districts of Istanbul. Which it is Turkey's largest maritime museum in Istanbul, Turkey's first maritime museum and the museum of fine arts İstanbul Painting and Sculpture Museum, only two of Besiktas cultural elements. Yildiz Palace built for Mihrishah Sultan, Dolmabahce Palace built by Sultan Abdülmecit in the 19th century, which serves as a hotel and meeting place today, offers a breathtaking view of the Bosphorus with its magnificent Bosphorus view. '' gives the title. Besiktas, which is among the most visited districts of Istanbul, is also among the most popular centers of the city with its green areas. Yildiz Park, Macka Park and Ihlamur Pavilion are among the places where the green-loving city people spend their peaceful hours on weekends and weekdays.

Kadıkoy

Kadıköy is one of the most visited districts of Istanbul with its nightlife, nature and places to visit. There are many beautiful beaches in the region. Moda beach and Caddebostan beach have become a popular destination for everyone during day or night. Everyone who comes with their relatives can enjoy the smell and view of the sea by having a picnic with the songs set up on the lawn. Pubs Street in Kadikoy, which is an indispensable part of Istanbul's nightlife, offers a decent night for those who come. Süreyya Opera House, which brings culture and art lovers together, Kalamış Park where you can relax under tree shadows and Istanbul Toy Museum where nostalgic toys are exhibited are among the places to visit in Kadıköy.

Uskudar

There are mosques, one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic architecture, there are excellent views of Istanbul along the coast… So there is much to do in Üsküdar!

Üsküdar is known as one of the most interesting districts of domestic and foreign tourists. Maiden's Tower dating back to 500 BC, one of the symbols of Istanbul, Çamlıca Hill offering the most beautiful views of the city, Fethipaşa Grove, which is known as a great place to visit, and Beylerbeyi Palace designed by Sultan Abdülaziz in the mid-19th century are among the places to visit in Üsküdar. In addition, the Cinili Mosque, built in the 17th century, the Surp Garabet Armenian Church, the Mehmet Navi Aköz Kite Museum adorned with every child's imaginary colorful kites, and Kuzguncuk, one of the most beautiful districts of Istanbul, are among the places worth visiting.

Sarıyer

Sarıyer, which is famous for its pastry, custard and fish, is considered to be worth seeing with its abundance of green and far from the central regions. Sarıyer is one of the most visited districts of Istanbul and there is much to see. Rumeli has an outdoor museum, the city's best views of can be seen Hisar, tile and which is Turkey's first private museum with ceramic works Sadberk Museum, Istanbul's most scenic corner, green Emirgan Woods offers beautiful views can be seen in gorgeous shades, dating from the Ottoman period Sakıp Sabancı Museum, where valuable artworks can be seen, is located in Sarıyer. The beauty of the region is not limited to these. Rumeli Lighthouse, which has been navigating ships from 30 km away since the 19th century, the Belgrade Forest, one of the largest green areas of Istanbul, the Baltalimanı Japanese Garden with all the features of a classical Japanese garden, and the indispensable of marine enthusiasts, make Sarıyer one of the most welcoming areas.

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