Called "The Church of the Divine Wisdom", this majestic building, which held the title of the largest church in the world for over nine…
One of the dominants of the old part of Istanbul is also known as the Blue Mosque, thanks to the blue paint used to decorate the interior.
A major shopping location where you can hunt for fairly priced souvenirs, smashing golden jewelry or clothes.
Built in the 15th century, this palace used to be the sultans' residence.
At this covered bazaar, you can buy many various kinds of spices, tea, Turkish delight, souvenirs and a lot more.
The iconic two-story bridge, which links two parts of Istanbul historically divided by both culture and faith, is a must-see.
This enormous underground chamber was built in the 6th century and it stored water for the whole city.
Designed by the famous architect Mimar Sinan, this mosque is a spectacular example of Ottoman architecture.
The main square of the ancient Constantinople where chariot races used to be organized.
Completed in the 17th century, this large mosque features 66 domes, a nice courtyard and two minarets.
Dating back to the 4th century, this aqueduct provided water for the whole city in the past.
Although smaller than the famous Basilica Cistern, this underground water reservoir is still astounding.
There used to be a statue of Constantine the Great atop of this Roman column.
An Eastern Orthodox church which has been converted into a mosque. Its interior is beautifully decorated with ornaments and inscriptions.
One of the world's leading showcases of Byzantine art with astonishing frescoes and mosaics.
Established in 1912, this park has become a favourite place of relaxation for both locals and tourists.
The three sections of this museum exhibit a vast array of ancient artifacts, such as sarcophagi and artworks, and also various everyday…
Famous Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror had this mosque built in the 15th century.
This former Eastern Orthodox church is part of the Topkapi Palace complex. The name Hagia Irene means "Divine Peace".
Projected by Mimar Sinan, this 16th century mosque features astounding interior decorations made of Anatolian tiles.
The Nuruosmaniye Mosque is an 18th-century Ottoman mosque located in the Çemberlitaş neighbourhood of Fatih district in Istanbul, Turkey.