Ortakoy is one of Istanbuls' best and most fun areas to discover the city's vibrant nightlife with lots of bars and restaurants in lovely narrow streets.

Ortakoy is one of Istanbuls' best and most fun areas to discover the city's vibrant nightlife with lots of bars and restaurants in lovely narrow streets.

The Blue Mosque gets its nickname from its interior decorations. The 17th century mosque is not only a touristic attraction and is therefore closed to non worshippers during the 5 daily prayers.

The Blue Mosque gets its nickname from its interior decorations. The century mosque is not only a touristic attraction and is therefore closed to non worshippers during the 5 daily prayers.

Stay in one of these high class design hotels and discover the trendiest side of Istanbul.

Stay in one of these high class design hotels and discover the trendiest side of Istanbul. See the full collection!

Kadife is one the most popular nightlife areas in Istanbul. Situated on the Asian side of town, it's buzzing day and night and offers a wide choice of bars, clubs and restaurants.

Photographer Cristina Drafta talks about the Eastern Europe she loves. Find out about coffee in Istanbul, the Paris of Siberia, Irkutsk, and much more.

Enjoy a wonderful decor and room without breaking the bank in one of these beautiful and affordable hotels.

Enjoy a wonderful decor and room without breaking the bank in one of these beautiful and affordable hotels.

All maquette structures presented at Miniürk are 1/25 of their original size and represent the main structures, buildings and sites in Turkey. A must see.

All maquette structures presented at Miniürk are of their original size and represent the main structures, buildings and sites in Turkey.

The Galata Bridge was the link between the old town home to the imperial palace and main Ottoman institutions and other districts with a high number of non-Muslims or foreigners.

The Galata Bridge was the link between the old town home to the imperial palace and main Ottoman institutions and other districts with a high number of non-Muslims or foreigners.

Istanbul's Great Palace Mosaic Museum is a serie of 6th-century mosaics that once graced the floors of Constantinople's most important political and religious sites.

Istanbul's Great Palace Mosaic Museum is a serie of mosaics that once graced the floors of Constantinople's most important political and religious sites.


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