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Istanbul, or as it is called Constantinople, is considered the largest tourism city in Turkey and the second largest city in the world in terms of population, with about 15.52 million inhabitants. Istanbul was the capital of many states and empires, as it was the capital of the Roman Empire, followed by Byzantium, as it was its capital, then Latin, and finally the capital of the Ottoman Empire. Places of tourism in historical Istanbul were added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1985 AD, and Istanbul was chosen as the joint capital of European culture in 2010....

Istanbul hotels
The city of Istanbul includes hundreds of hotels and apartments, which vary according to their luxury, level of service, and even prices, and because the task of choosing the right hotel for tourists is rather difficult, we have collected the best Istanbul hotels based on the experiences of Arab tourists, their evaluations and our experience in the level of services provided by Turkey's hotels. read more

Tourist areas in Istanbul
Let us first know in Istanbul Tourism Guide about the most famous and most important tourist areas in Istanbul, in this article we extracted for you a selection of tourist places in Istanbul that the city is famous for and we advise you not to miss their visit, including Sultan Ahmed, Taksim, Ortakoy, Floria, Eminonu and many others ... Read more

Entertainment places in Istanbul
Entertainment, of course, has a large share of any tourism program in general, and with regard to Istanbul, it contains entertainment places that make you not content with visiting it for one time, but for several times, as tourism in Istanbul is famous for a large group of entertainment places that are constantly being developed in order to keep pace with the latest cities World Games. Learn with us in this tab on the best tourist places in Istanbul for entertainment and fun, which are located in Istanbul Tourism..

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Most Popular Places in Istanbul

Topkapi Palace

400 years of the 600-year history of the Ottoman Empire, used as the administrative center of the state and the Ottoman Sultans in the palace. There are a lot of old things such as the Messenger's sword, the stick of Moses, the key to the Kaaba, and many others.

Bosphorus Tour

A tour by boat in the Bosphorus, which connects the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, separating Asia and Europe. You can see Dolmabahce Palace, Chiragan Palace, Bellerbier Palace, Rumeli Hisarı. This journey takes 1 hour and 20 minutes.

Princess Island

one of the main destinations for the majority of tourists in Istanbul. It is an hour and a half by ferry from Istanbul. It features narrow streets surrounded by pine forests and pretty cottages. It is also the perfect place for those looking for calm and relaxation.

Dolmabahce Palace

It was built in the nineteenth century by Sultan Abdul Majid. This grand palace, which consists of 285 rooms and 43 halls, was converted into a museum in 1984. It is a wonderful palace with a crystal chandelier weighing 4.5 tons and walls and ceilings decorated with tons of gold.

Hagia Sophia Mosque

It was built in 537 by Emperor Justinianus. In 1453 with the conquest of Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror of Istanbul, this building was converted into a mosque. Then it was converted into a museum. In the year 2020 it was reopened into a mosque.

Sultan Ahmed Mosque

Known as the Blue Mosque, is an Ottoman-era friday mosque located in Istanbul, Turkey. A functioning mosque, it also attracts large numbers of tourist visitors. It was constructed between 1609 and 1616 during the rule of Ahmed I.

Basilica Cistern

One of the most amazing places and the most unusual tourist attraction in Istanbul. It was used to hold 80,000 cubic meters of water for the palaces of the Byzantine and Ottoman empires.

Galata Tower

one of the oldest towers in the world, was built by the Romans in 507. After the conquest of Istanbul, Galata Tower served many purposes during the Ottoman Empire period. It was used as an observation base to locate fires. It underwent another restoration in the Republican era, and today it serves as a restaurant and viewing terrace.


A museum and a park located in the center of Istanbul, and it sits on an area of about 60,000 square meters on the banks of the Bosphorus, and is one of the most important tourist places in Turkey that more than 800,000 tourists visit annually.

Emirgan Park

It has an area of 429 km, and there are 6 children's playgrounds, 5 fitness areas, a 1300-meter walking track, 5 decorative swimming pools, a basketball court, a picnic area and 3 restaurants.

Grand Bazaar

This bazaar, which is considered the largest market in Istanbul, was built by the Ottoman Emperor, Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror. It consists of 3,600 stores, generally including gold, silver, carpets, weaving, Ottoman motifs, leather, Turkish sweets, spices, and various household utensils.


Ortakoy Square and its beach are one of the most popular areas of Istanbul, where there is the Ortakoy Mosque, which has its wonderful architecture and overlooks the Bosphorus under the hanging bridge. There are many cafes, tea gardens and restaurants on the Coast. Especially in this area where Kumpir many restaurants.

Isfanbul (Vialand)

One of the largest theme parks in Turkey as well as in Europe, it provides great attractions for both children and adults. It is located in Ayoub district and has been operating since 2013. It also includes a huge complex that combines a park, shopping, entertainment and exhibition centers.

Yildiz Garden

Yildiz Park is one of the historical parks in Istanbul, it was a park area for the ladies of the palace during the Ottoman Empire. There you can enjoy the wonderful view of the Bosphorus, breakfast, Walking, taking pictures.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds Istanbul was opened in 2016 on Istiklal Street. It includes accurate models of world famous people, you can take the most beautiful pictures with Michael Jackson, Rihanna, Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and others.

Taksim (stiklal street)

Taksim is big city square is considered as the heart of the modern Istanbul. Many hotels and restaurants can be found here and on Istiklal Street you can also make shopping.

Pelit Chocolate Mesuem

Located in the Esenyurt area, you will see there historical buildings, fairytale heroes and famous mythology sculptures all designed to be made of chocolate. In addition to the holy places such as Al-Aqsa Mosque, Hagia Sophia Mosque, Mimar Sinan Mosque, and many statues of famous personalities.

Maiden's Tower (Kız Kulesi)

It is located 150-200 meters off the shore of the Salacak district in Üsküdar. Although it is not definite as to when the Maiden’s Tower was built, the tower’s architectural style is said by some sources to be from around 340 BCE.


One of Istanbul's largest water park and the best tourism places in Istanbul for children and one of Turkey's most important landmarks to attract visitors, with its advanced, safe and varied water games suitable for visitors of all ages.


Dolphinarium is one of the largest water parks in Istanbul, you can see shows of dolphins, seals and animals, as well as watching the great white whale. If you wish, you can swim with dolphins and swim with professional trainers.


Torium shopping center located in Snowpark in Turkey's first indoor ski entertainment center, over four seasons, provides constant fun with winter sports and snow. Snowpark contains the lowest snow thickness up to 50 cm, uses 100% real snow.

Spice Bazaar

You can find a variety of spices, nuts, Turkish sweets, medicinal herbs and various products such as tea and coffee in the Spice Bazaar, also known as the "Egyptian Bazaar".

Bosphorus Dinner Cruise

1- Dance Of Tambourine
2- Asuk Masuk
3- Naz Eyleme
4- Belly Dancer
5- Henna Ceremony
6- Turna Folk Team
7- Turkish Romany Dance
8- Live DJ Performance

Florya Aquarium

Inaugurated in April 2011, Florya Aquarium Istanbul occupies a distinguished position among the marine life basins around the world, due to its large size, and because of its wide variety of fish and marine organisms.


The village of Polonnizkoy is located on the Asian side of Istanbul, about 30 km from Istanbul, it is a popular tourist destination for tourists to enjoy the splendor of unspoiled nature away from the hustle and bustle of the city, while spending enjoyable time between beautiful parks and wonderful recreational opportunities.

Camlica Hill

Located in the Uskudar district in the Asian part of the city, it is one of the seven hills of Istanbul and the highest point in the entire city. At an altitude of 268 meters above sea level, it has a panoramic view of Istanbul including the shores of the Bosphorus and the two bridges connecting Asia with Europe, it is possible to see the Golden Horn and Sultanahmet!

Anadolu Kavagı

In the Beykoz area of Istanbul, where there are restaurants and cafes accompanied by wonderful nature and a view of the Bosphorus. Medelli Ali Reis Mosque, Yoros Castle (Genoa), Marco Pasha Palace, Sefria Hatun Fountain are important historical places to visit there.

ViaSea Tema Park

Offering a unique entertainment experience to its guests of all ages, Via Sea Theme Park, has 28 separate entertainment units, including Red Fire, one of the most exciting games in the world. is designed using world-class technology.