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Istanbul Toy Museum

Istanbul Toy Museum

The İstanbul Toy Museum is a toy museum located in the Göztepe neighbourhood of Kadıköydistrict of İstanbul, Turkey. The museum was founded by the Turkish poet and novelist, Sunay Akın, in 2005. The museum opened on April 23, a national holiday in Turkey, National Sovereignty and Children’s Day. Currently, the museum has on display 4,000 […]

Sakıp Sabancı Museum

The Sakıp Sabancı Museum is housed in a beautiful 19th-century Ottoman mansion called the Atlı Köşk (Horse Mansion), a reference to the prominent bronze horse statue in its front garden The museum boasts excellent permanent holdings, including a painting collection consisting of select works of early Turkish artists and foreign artists that dwelled in Istanbul […]

Turkuazoo Turkey’s first giant aquarium in Istanbul

Turkey’s first giant aquarium in Istanbul opened in 2009 and is located in the new Forum Istanbul in Bayrampasa Turkuazoo is Turkey’s showpiece aquarium, boasting 8,000 square meters of displays in 4.5 million liters of water. It is designed for the entire family’s pleasure, with more than 10,000 sea creatures from around the world. You will […]

Istanbul journey above the clouds

Istanbul journey above the clouds

Istanbul helicopter tour is totally a very special experience. Discover the massive metropolis set on two different continents, Bosphorus Strait cutting the city like a knife and the horn shaped Haliç bay…

A Park for all seasons

A Park for all seasons

Gülhane Park was once the outer garden of Topkapı Palace, accessed only by the royal court. These days crowds of locals come here to picnic under the many trees, promenade past the formally planted flowerbeds, and enjoy wonderful views over the Golden Horn and Sea of Marmara Gülhane is a true park for all seasons. While it’s true that it peaks […]

Galata Bridge is the heart of Istanbul

No visit to Istanbul is complete without walking along, ferrying under, taking the tram across, or enjoying a drink on the Galata Bridge. Galata Bridge is the heart of Istanbul, spanning the Golden Horn from Karaköy on the north to Old Istanbul, centered on Sultanahmet, on the south. The Galata Bridge is not only an architectural beauty, but it also […]

Camlica Hill Istnbul

Camlica Hill Istnbul

Just a few kilometers from Uskudar in Istanbul, Camlica Hill offers a different perspective of the city. Split into two hills – Big Camlica and Little Camlica – it is a popular destination for residents to picnic and barbeque on the weekends. At 267 meters above sea level, Big Camlica is the highest point in Istanbul and, not […]

Emirgan Park in Istanbul

One of the largest public parks in Istanbul, Emirgan Park covers 117 acres on a hillside along the shores of the Bosphorus Strait. In Byzantine times, the area was covered with cypress trees and by the mid-16th century became known as Feridun Bey Park.

Hirka Serif Mosque in Istanbul

Hirka Serif Mosque in Istanbul

The mosque, located in the Muhtesip İskender neighborhood of Fatih, was built by Sultan Abdulmecid in 1851 for the purpose of housing and protecting the Prophet Mohammed’s mantle. For this reason, the mosque was named “Hırka-i Şerif, the Holy Mantle. The structure occupies a prominent place within Istanbul folklore. From the 15th day of the month […]

Yildiz Park

Yildiz Park

Yıldız Park was once part of the imperial garden of Yıldız Palace. Extending down the slopes from the palace, this walled park was reserved only for palace dwellers during the reign of Sultan Abdulhamid II. The area of Yıldız used to be a forest in Byzantine times. Starting during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent, the […]


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