A world center of great value in the past as well as in the present, Istanbul embraces Asia on the one hand and Europe on the other. The setting sun illuminates the city like a painting every evening. The candle- like silhouettes of the mosques rise above the historical peninsula to greet the city while the sun and the moon salute each other as the day turns into night. Right at that moment you will feel like a sultan in the cradle of civilizations.

Bridging two continents, this unique city, where one can encounter people from different countries and witness diverse cultures merging in harmony, will awaken completely different feelings in you.


Yedikule Fortress

Yedikule Fortress is located just over 3 miles southwest of Sultanahmet. It was first built as the Golden Gate during the reigns of Theodosius I and II in the 5th

Dolmabahçe Palace

Dolmabahçe Palace on the European shore of the Bosphorus in Istanbul is a fitting symbol of the magnificence and decadence of the 19th-century Ottoman Empire. Dolmabahçe consists of two distinct parts: the Selamlık, or

Süleymaniye Mosque

The Süleymaniye Mosque is an Ottoman imperial mosque located on the second Hill of Istanbul, Turkey. It is the second largest mosque in the city, and one of the best-known

Basilica Cistern Tour

Basilica Cisternis the largest and Istanbul’s most unusual tourist attraction. This sub-terranean structure was commissioned by Emperor Justinian and built in 532. The largest surviving Byzantine cistern in İstanbul, it was