Sultanahmet is the historic neighborhood of Istanbul, there are so many things to visit that you can easily spend the week there. Discover our selection of museums, monuments, and unmissable mosques.
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The Bosphorus is a 42 km long strait connecting the Sea of Marmara (in the South) and the Black Sea (in the North). It divides Istanbul into two parts, but also Europe and Asia. Do not miss this beautiful area during your stay in Istanbul.
Istanbul straddles two continents: Europe and Asia. Come and discover the Asian part of Istanbul with among others the districts of Kadıköy, Moda, Kuzguncuk, or Caddebostan, but also its magnificent monuments.
The Neighborhoods of Karakoy and Tophane, two neighborhoods that besides being among the oldest of Istanbul, are also among the most interesting to discover.
Discover for a day the Princes’ Islands that were the favorite holiday spot of the Istanbulite elite during the Ottoman Empire, the old bourgeois mansions and old religious buildings, as well as the cosmopolitanism that is still present there.
The districts of Fener and Balat are surely those with the richest history in Istanbul. Explore the colorful and fascinating streets of these neighborhoods that are still rarely visited during your stay in Istanbul.
Famous for its Taksim Square and its large pedestrian avenue called Istiklal, do not miss during the first stay in Istanbul, the district of Beyoğlu which extends up to the entrance of the Golden Horn facing the Galata Bridge.