The beauty and splendor of the gardens in Istanbul attract millions of tourists, as its flowers attract butterflies. Some of these gardens are also of historical importance, as you will get to know them by following this post.
Gulhane Park is located behind the famous Topkapi Museum and extends to the Sirkeci area, which means in English the House of Roses.
One of the most beautiful gardens in Istanbul in the Sariyer area. This spacious garden contains more than one hundred and twenty species of rare trees and plants such as Turkish pine and blue Syrian.
It is located in the Besiktas area and is one of the largest public parks in Istanbul. This park was part of Yildiz Palace, and the park extends down the slopes of the palace.
It is called by Arab tourists as the Bride’s Hill because of the constant frequency of newlyweds to marry in the area and take beautiful souvenir photos overlooking the Bosphorus.
Dolmabahce Palace Garden
When you start your tour inside the palace, you will initially find this beautiful garden, which is characterized by its landscape consisting of fountains and some artifacts.