VIP Transfer In Istanbul – Places To Visit In Istanbul

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Places To Visit In Istanbul

Istanbul, which has been one of the most important cities in the world for about 16 centuries, has been ruled under the rule of many different civilizations. Dozens of historical artifacts found in the city, which bear the traces of all the civilizations it hosts on its territory, have turned Istanbul into a museum in itself. It does not end with counting the places to visit in Istanbul, where you can encounter a different beauty in each neighborhood. Many natural and historical destinations, especially palaces, mosques, museums, parks, gardens, are among the places that must be Decked out.

If you want to see every point of Istanbul, you are on the right list. We have sorted them starting from the most popular ones to make it easier for you to visit Istanbul. In fact, we have added map location links to each place to visit one by one so that you don’t get tired of searching for its location. If you’re ready, let’s get started.


1- Hagia Sophia Mosque

There are many places that we can put in the first place of the list of places to visit in Istanbul, and it is very difficult to choose, but Hagia Sophia also deserves to be in the first place. Hagia Sophia, built by the Eastern Roman Emperor Constantios in 360, is one of the oldest cathedrals in the world.

Hagia Sophia, known as Megale Ekklesia at that time, was the closest to its current appearance at the end of the works of Anthemios of Trallese and Isidorus of Miletus commissioned by Emperor Justinian. Hagia Sophia, whose construction was completed in 5 years and 10 months with the work of two architects, became the cathedral that was built in the shortest time in the world compared to other structures of that time.

5. in the century, the structure was called Hagia Sophia and it carried this name until Istanbul was conquered in 1453. Fatih Sultan Mehmet ordered the Hagia Sophia to become a mosque after taking Istanbul, and the minarets of the structure were built by Mimar Sinan. Hagia Sophia, which became a museum in 1935, was opened for worship again in 2020.


“Since the mosque receives an influx of visitors from all over the world, you can wait a little at the entrance. If you are going to keep your shoes in your hands when you enter the mosque, it is useful to take a bag with you. If you are carrying your shoes in your hand, we would like to point out that there are no visitors to the front section. During prayer times, the front part is not open. as of 2022, this section is closed to visitors for a while because the restoration is continuing on the upper floor of the building. Since this structure is now a place of worship, the officials can warn if the entrance is made with shorts. For visitors who do not have a head covering, a veil is also sold at the entrance.”

2- Topkapi Palace Museum


Topkapi Palace, located on the Historical Peninsula, which is the most touristic area of Istanbul, should of course be at the top of the list of places to visit in Istanbul. Topkapi Palace, located in Sarayburnu in Fatih district, was built after the conquest of Istanbul and served as the administrative center of the Ottoman Empire for 400 years.

There were intrigues and sad times in the palace, which witnessed the glorious history of the Ottoman Period. Topkapi Palace, which was turned into a museum on April 3, 1924, is also the first museum of the Republic of Turkey. it is one of the largest palace museums in the world because it covers an area of 300,000 square meters and houses about 300,000 archival documents.

When you go to visit the museum, you can see the Harem section, Cardigan-ı Saadet Apartment, Has Room, Babu’s Saade and Köşkler Bahçesi. You should also definitely visit the Istanbul Library, which houses the portraits, clothes and weapons of the sultans. Tuesdays you can visit the palace from 10:00 to 17:30 during the week and from 10:30 to 17:30 on the weekend. Dec.10:00 to 17:30.


“Access to the building and some areas around it by stroller is not allowed. Although the museum card is valid at the entrance to the palace, a separate ticket must be purchased to visit the Harem section. If you will also visit the Harem section, we recommend that you go to the palace at an early hour. A visit to the Hagia Irene Museum, located in the garden of the palace, is also subject to an extra ticket. When you visit the palace, you should definitely see the Kaşıkçı Diamond. After visiting the palace, you should definitely stop by Gülhane Park, which was once the garden of the palace, and enjoy nature.”

3- Basilica Cistern

The Basilica Cistern is one of the most valuable structures remaining in Istanbul from the Byzantine Empire period. the cistern, which was built on the orders of Emperor Justinian in 532, was used for the water needs of the palace and the public in those years. Even after the conquest of Istanbul, its use as a water source continued for a while.

In the past, it was also known as the Basilica Palace because of the Stoa Basilica located on the cistern and the columns coming out of the water. The most mysterious artifact in the Basilica Cistern, which is 140 meters long and 70 meters wide, is the Head of Medusa. The statue found under the two columns located in the northwest of the cistern is one of the most important works of the Roman Period, but it is not known how it got here.

The Basilica Cistern is an important place in a cultural sense as well as its touristic beauty. Concerts and recitals of local and foreign artists are organized here. Especially with the lighting arrangements made during these concerts, the events become very impressive.

You can visit the Basilica Cistern all days of the week. You can visit between 09:00-17:30 in winter and 09:00-18:30 in summer by paying an entrance fee of 50 TL. Dec. The Museum Card is not valid here, but if you are a student or teacher, the entrance fee is only 20 TL. Foreigners must pay a fee of 190 TL.


All Places To Visit In Istanbul With VIP Transfer

  • Suleymaniye Mosque
  • Galata Tower
  • Istanbul Archaeological Museum
  • Chora Church
  • Prince’s Island
  • Dolmabahce Palace
  • Grand Bazar
  • Topkapi Palace
  • Blue Mosque
  • Hagia Sophia
  • Gulhane Park
  • Rustem Pasha MosqueEmirgan Park

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