istanbul travel diary, guide

The ride North along the Aegean Sea took us past the ancient city of Troy and the World War I battle fields of Gallipoli. The city of Istanbul located on the edge of Europe and Asia was once known as the city capitol of the Roman Empire, Constantinople. It has survived as the capitol of […]

Büyükada Is A Nice Highlight For A Daily Trip In Istanbul

Nine islands located between 5 and 20 km southeast of the Bosphorus. The most interesting island is the biggest one called Büyükada, with beaches, horse – drawn carriages If you want to escape from Istanbul’s hustle and are looking for some quite and peaceful time, take the next ferry to the Büyükada Island and let […]

Don’t Miss The Spectacular Peculiarity Of The Istanbul Military Museum

The Military Museum is one of the largest museums in Istanbul and is located on north of Taksim in the Harbiye district. It shows the history of war and weapons from the beginnings of the Ottoman Empire to the founding of the Turkish Republic. Once known as Byzantium and later Constantinople, the city’s history is […]

Enjoy A Tour Of The World Of Traditional Turkish Retailers At The Grand Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar in the Turkish metropolis of Istanbul is one of the largest covered markets in the world and offers an illusion in almost 5,000 different small shops. On over 31,000 sqm, dealers at the “Grand Bazaar” bazaar offer fabrics, jewellery, clothing, souvenirs, cosmetics, spices, ceramics and art. Immerse Yourself In A World Of […]