It is also one of the European destinations visited by a number of tourists every year.
Istanbul is a city where more than 10 million people of diverse origins, languages, religions and cultures coexist in harmony.
Istanbul can be visited during the spring and fall, when festivals are also held. In late spring (late May to early June) and early fall (late September to early October) are very nice, and the best times to visit the city.
Istanbul is a city that has to travel and enjoy their City Breaks in Istanbul.
The city of Istanbul has a long history.
Therefore, it offers a multitude of historic and religious places to take.
Ancient monuments including the Topkapi Palace, the Basilica Cistern, Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, the Church of St. Saviour in Chora, etc.
You can also visit Galata Tower, Blue Mosque, the Military Museum, Maiden's Tower and Bosphorus Cruise.
We can not do without shopping in the city during their stay in Istanbul.
For shopping in Istanbul ranging from expensive to cheap products of branded fashionable street, the city has a number of markets, shopping centers.
The Grand Bazaar is the most famous city for shopping where you can buy almost everywhere.
Some of the other popular places in town where you can buy are: Bazaar, Bazaar, Istiklal Street, Nisantasi, Bagdat Caddesi etc.
Istanbul is a city of many faces when it comes to nightlife.
Recent economic growth of the city and the increase of wealth had wide impact on alertness,
liveliness and variety of nightlife.
The nightlife of Istanbul rapidly gaining recognition as one of the busiest in Europe.
Some of the best bars and clubs are: Reina, Lucca, Indigo, Tek Yon, Babylon, Cheers, High End, Big Buddha and many more.
Istanbul is a city beach. But still, if you want to go, then you can go to the islands, Sile and Agva Kilyos Başakşehir Prince and Aquapark.
These beaches are close to Istanbul and stay a little busy during the hot summer days.
When it comes to food, the city has a number of restaurants where you can find different types of dishes and cuisines.
Here, you can easily get food of their choice.
Public transport system in Istanbul is a little confusing, consisting of a subway station two tram lines, two train lines, two types of buses and countless private mini-bus, not to mention various types of ferries linking the two parts of the city.