Istanbul Tour

Istanbul is the biggest and most visited city in Turkey. The city is playing key role in the development of nation’s financial, social, and travel hub. Turkey surrounded by Bulgaria and Greece to the west. North-east side Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia and in south-east side Syria, Iraq and Iran.

The city’s biggest attraction is its historic center, listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s cultural and entertainment hub can be found across the city’s natural harbor, the Golden Horn, in the Beyoğlu district.

While Turkey well known for its warm Mediterranean beaches and winter-sports(especially skiing). Most popular winter-sports resorts is Uludağ(Bursa), Kartepe(Izmit), Kartalkaya(Bolu), and Ilgaz(Kastamonu) in the northwest of the country. Saklıkent(Antalya) is one of those places where you can ski in the morning hours and swim in the cozy waters.


Markets —

Istanbul has various shopping malls, from the memorable to the advanced. The Grand Bazaar, in operation since 1461, among the world’s most seasoned and biggest secured markets. Mahmutpasha Bazaar is an outdoors market reaching out between the Grand Bazaar and the Egyptian Bazaar. Which has been Istanbul’s significant flavor market following 1660.

Bargaining —

In Turkey, negotiating is a must. One can deal everywhere that doesn’t look too luxurious: shops, hotels, bus company offices, and so on. During your bargaining, don’t look so satisfied and interested, and be patient. Don’t ignore, even if you are effective at your negotiating effort, when you get your bank cards out of your wallet, rather than money, the decided price may increase again, though probably to a reduced stage than the very first one.


Food —

Turkish cuisine combines with Mediterranean, Central Asian, Caucasian, and Arabic influences, and is extremely rich. Beef is the most important part of the food, and eggplant (aubergine), onion, lentil, bean, tomato, garlic, and cucumber are the primary vegetables.

Standard Turkish restaurants serve food daily well prepared and kept in a bain-marie. The meals are at the entrance so you can easily see and choose. Kebapçis restaurants specialized in many kinds of kebab. Some Kebab restaurants serve alcohol while others don’t.


Istanbul most visited places :

Topkapi Palace, Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar Istanbul, formerly known as Constantinople, was the hub of the Ottoman Empire. Many of the grand buildings of this period are present today. The marketplaces too, would be little modified from beginning times. A disorderly mix of products introduced by people near and far to business. Meals, outfits, jewelry, set products can be found at cheap costs if you deal.


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