Category | Istanbul

Hagia Sophia Mosque

Hagia Sophia is one of the best place in the World. Unbelievable islamic architecture & calligraphy which the Turkish government secured & preserved since centuries

Zeyrek Mosque

Beautiful Byzantine age mosque in a really down to earth area. A lovely place for just sitting and enjoying the ambience and spirituality

Hagia Irene

Meaning "Divine Peace" in Greek. Hagia Irene was believed to be built in the 4th century with wood structure. Burnt in 532 A.D., it was restored several times through earthquakes and fire

Kariye Mosque

If you like Mosaics there are more than 100 here, 14th century Byzantine works with over 100 Mosaics depicting many Biblical scenes. Another Istanbul landmark converted into a museum from a mosque has had its function...

Topkapı Palace and Museum

Served as the main residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman sultans for senturies, Topkapı Palace is where Hz. Prophet Muhammad ﷺ relics are kept

Golden Horn Chain

This defensive chain was extended from a secured tower just east of Topkapi Palace on the south bank to another point in a lost fortress on the north side so that it could be raised to allow the passage of friendly...

Rumelihisarı Fort

Built in just 4 months by the order of Sultan Mehmet, It’s a marvel of history, human perseverance, ingenuity, which helped the Ottomans to gain control of Constantinople. Do come for a clear blue sky and stunning view...

Dolmabahçe Palace

Served as the main administrative center of the Ottoman Empire from 1856 to 1887 and from 1909 to 1922. Your trip to Istanbul isn't considered complete if you haven't visited the Dolmabaçe Palace

The Grand Bazaar

Regarded as one of the first shopping malls of the world, The Grand Bazaar is the largest and oldest covered markets in the world making it among the most-visited tourist attractions is the world

Bosphorus Bridge

One of the three suspension bridges spanning the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul, Bosphorus Bridge alongside Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge and Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge connects Europe and Asia

Basilica Cistern

One of Istanbul's most famous historical sites, The Basilica Cistern, impresses visitors with its 336 columns, each nine meters long, and two Medusa heads making it one of the most famous cisten in Istanbul

Theodosius Cistern

The 1,600-year-old Thedosius Cistern is now open for visitors after an eight-year restoration project, accompanied by an impressive art installation. Located in the old part of the city, it offers an impressive ambient...

Hippodrome of Constantinople

Istanbul's most famous sites are gathered around this square: Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, ancient Hippodrome for which you must use your imagination, Egyptian obelisk, etc which is like a heart of Istanbul

Tombs of Sahabas in Istanbul