How many days should I stay in Istanbul?
How many days should I stay in Istanbul? There are so many places to see in this charming city that you need at least a few days, preferably a week or two. The tour guides will take you for a walk around the city to experience its sights and sounds if you wish. The Blue Mosque and the great Byzantine church Hagia Sophia should not be missed. While wandering in the Grand Bazaar, you can enjoy colorful handmade souvenirs, spices, jewelry, etc. Time passes quickly while looking. Topkapi Palace Museum was once the residence of the Ottoman sultans, and their clothes and other items are on display.
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If traveling along the Bosphorus appeals to you, you can watch famous buildings such as Ottoman mansions and Dolmabahçe and Beylerbeyi Palaces from the boat. The Prince Islands are a unique haven of tranquility, just a boat ride away from the bustle of the city, and highly recommended. If you’re lucky enough to spend two or three weeks in Istanbul, Turkey’s most inquisitive and distinguished history in the Excursion Mania tour will have the opportunity to witness their location and natural wonders.
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Istanbul 2-Day Cappadocia Tour is a fantastic opportunity to visit the strange and beautiful natural rock formations known as ‘fairy chimneys’, carved with elements over time. UNESCO’s Göreme Open Air Museum site attracts tourists from all over the world, and it’s easy to see why – its churches are carved into rock formations and painted indoors with beautiful frescoes depicting biblical scenes, motifs, and patterns. Red Valley also has another world view because of its red rocks, and Kaymaklı Underground City is a unique, large complex of underground chambers where people used to live.
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Ephesus and Pamukkale 2 day tour take you to the second most incredible natural wonders of Pamukkale, Turkey. This natural rock formation on the slope is painted white by calcined hot spring water flowing over its towers. You can walk on soft clay and paddle in warm water. Ephesus, the ancient world after Rome with the great temple of Artemis as the second-largest city is an important part of Turkey’s cultural heritage.
If you want, go and see the Trojan Horse and Çanakkale, the important battlefield of the First World War. Day trips to Gelibolu, Bursa, and Göbeklitepe are other options for your holiday. It can be a fun and educational trip for the whole family.
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