You will Find yourself in a dream of istanbul and visit whole turistical places and show you every single part of İstanbul, such as Grand Bazaar Blue mosque Santa Sophia Süleymaniye mosque Eminönü Karaköy Kadıköy Üskudar, The Blue Mosque; built for Sultan Ahmet, enjoy the serene interior. This magnificent six column structure represents the pinnacle of Ottoman religious architecture. Topkapi Palace and the Harem; The palace where the Ottoman Empire was ruled from for about 375 years. A series of courtyards and halls contain fabulous displays of precious jewels and important religious artifacts. The public rooms of the palace are a worthy backdrop to the splendor and intrigue of the Harem. We visit the Hagia Sophia, originally built in 537 CE, later served as a Greek Orthodox Church. When Sultan Mehmet II conquered the city in 1453 CE, it became a mosque. In 1935 it was converted to a museum The Grand Bazaar; the Grand Bazaar is an essential stop on the Best of Istanbul tour. Known as the Kapalı (Covered) Çarşı (Bazaar) in Turkish, it was originally built in the middle of the 15th century. It started out as a small textile market. Now,
Hi, Hola, Ola and Hallo :) i love to learn a few words from whole languages. i am a traveler who is trying to explore the world, i quit my job last year and took my backpack and started my Us travel for 6 months, i met with amazzing people and i recognized i should meet up more, i will be in İstanbul for a while and i will be so happy to show you city and became a friedn. :) see you soon my future friend.
We will eat everything which are traditional
Ticket for Hagia Sophia and Galata Tower
Hagia Sophia: one of the oldest tample in the world and nowadays using as a museum Blue Mosque: just builded after Ottomon empires tookthe istanbul Grand Bazaar,: has 27 different gates and a tradition oldies bazar Süleymaniye: which builded by Architect Sinan Galata Tower: one of the oldest tower in istanbul which used to observe enemies in he past Eminonu: fishing area and local people are going to grocery Sirkeci-Karaköy, Kadıköy, Moda,