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⁣⁣How to spend a week holiday in Istanbul best? from Onur Türk's blog

Hello, İstanbul'a hoşgeldiniz. (Welcome to Istanbul)  Did you come to Istanbul?

 

If you are a turist and if you are  coming to Istanbul for the first time, maybe you get lost? It will definitely happen when you set foot in the city divided into two continents.

 

Istanbul is Turkey's largest city with a population of 18.8 million. A city larger than the total population of many small countries in Europe. 

 

You will never want to go back to your country after you taste Turkish Cuisine. Turkish cuisine is among the richest cuisines in the world.

Metaphors aside, a visit to Istanbul will fascinate you from all points of view! Delicious dishes, world-famous mosques, controversial history, crowded bazaars, sumptuous palaces, luxury residences, the Bosphorus, museums and restaurants will delight you.

 

  Turkish cuisine aside, a visit to Istanbul city will fascinate you from all points of view! Delicious dishes, world-famous mosques, controversial history, bigs bazaars, old ottoman palaces, a lot of skyscraper, beautiful Bosphorus, museums and restaurants will delight you.

 

Since Istanbul is so big, it will be difficult for you to decide where to stay and where to start traveling. Architecturally, it has hosted the Roman period, the Ottoman period, the Byzantine period and many different cultures.


First day:  Do not forget to visit the Bosphorus

 

You are in Istanbul, the city famous for its particularly beautiful landscapes, which have in the foreground the Bosphorus Strait, bordered by the minarets of mosques and accompanied by the sounds of seagulls.

 

Second Day:  Don't forget to vizit Grand Bazaar. 

Grand Bazar
we say in Turkish Language (KapalıÇarşı)  

 

It is largest and oldest covered markets in the world. It has over fife thousand  stores packed with products of all kinds, from fabrics, bags, clothes, spices, goods, dress, traditonal dress, suit, survenir, golds, leather jacket,  pillowcases, to souvenirs, perfumes and anything else you can think of.

 

Prices may be a little high in the grand bazaar, which is visited by thousands of people every day. Don't forget to negotiate the price.

 

Third day: On the third day, visit theMaiden's Tower. (Kız Kulesi) It is one of the most important symbols of Istanbul.

 

Fourth day: You can visit Taksim Square on the fourth day. You can take a stroll between historical buildings in Taksim square.

 

Fifth Day: On the fifth day, you can visit the Kadikoy coast. Don't forget to eat fish and bread by the beach. You can also enjoy the view with Turkish tea by passing from the Asian side to the European side by ferry.

Sixth Day: On the sixth day, you can go to Beyazit Square. You can visit the palace where the sultans lived and visit the Hagia Sophia church, which is important for Christians and Muslims.

 

Seventh Day: Hang out as you wish on the seventh day and enjoy Istanbul.

 


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