Travel Packages in Istanbul

Travel Packages in Istanbul

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Amazing Tour in 3 cities in Turkey
  Istanbul
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1,068.00 USD
4.0
* per person
8 Days trip in Istanbul & Trabzon
  Istanbul
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694.20 USD
4.0
* per person
Nice trip to Istanbul & Antalya (8 days)
  Istanbul
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640.80 USD
4.0
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City Break to Istanbul
  Istanbul
1 Day 4.0
Istanbul
  Istanbul
5 Days 4.0
4 Nights in Istanbul
  Istanbul
4 Days 4.0
6 nights in Istanbul
  Istanbul
6 Days 4.0
Holidays packages to Istanbul

Holidays packages to Istanbul

Istanbul's tourists are mesmerized by the city's endless range. There are numerous museums, temples, palaces, grand mosques, bazaars, and natural beauty spots. It will become clear why settlers wanted to create a city on this magnificent site many centuries ago as you relax on the western shores of the Bosphorus at sunset and watch the crimson evening light mirrored on the other continent. At times like these, it's easy to see why Istanbul is regarded as one of the world's most beautiful cities.

Istanbul is the most developed and largest city in Turkey, with recent findings suggesting that human habitation dates back 400,000 years. Istanbul's purple years began in 330 when Emperor Constantine proclaimed the city the capital of his empire – royal purple was the imperial family's color. The city served as the capital of the Byzantine Empire until it was invaded by the Ottomans in 1453. Istanbul, then known as Constantinople, was adorned with a number of great temples during the reign of the Byzantines, making it the most majestic city in the world – this was so even during the empire's decline years.

Have you ever fantasized about flying to a faraway land? Is there a place where the air is thick with spices and shrouded in mystery? Istanbul possesses a unique blend of flavor, tradition, and culture. Why not try it out for yourself? Here are the best Holiday packages to Istanbul whether you're visiting for a short trip or planning a longer stay.

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Splendid Entertainment

Splendid Entertainment

Istanbul has a diverse entertainment scene, with numerous bars, pubs, nightclubs, and discos, as well as countless restaurants serving Turkish cuisine in all of its regional variations, as well as Italian, French, Japanese, Chinese, and Lebanese cuisines.

Throughout dinner, nightclubs have excellent entertainment, ranging from a range of Turkish songs to belly-dancing. In the Taksim-Harbiye neighborhood, there are also modern discos, cabarets, and jazz clubs. There are a variety of restaurants in Sultanahmet that are housed in renovated Byzantine and Ottoman structures and provide a unique atmosphere for an evening out.

Ortaköy, with its nightclubs, jazz clubs, fine seafood restaurants, and bars, is Istanbul's prime nightlife venue on the Bosphorus. Don't miss seeing fishermen dressed in traditional Ottoman garb serving fried fish with bread (balık ekmek) from their Ottoman-style boats at Eminönü.

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Best Holidays packages to Istanbul

These are the ones I choose because I believe they are worth seeing or experiencing, not because they are famous. As a result, I didn't include the world-famous Blue Mosque but instead suggested something new. I'd also like to draw your attention to a number of hidden gems that are often overlooked when planning your visit. Have fun!

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia

This magnificent church-turned-mosque-turned-museum is one of the world's most impressive architectural feats. After years of restoration work, the Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya) is now free of scaffolding, allowing you to fully appreciate its beauty. Standing in the midst of the massive nave, 65 meters above your head, under the 43-meter-wide dome defies belief – and physics. Climb the spiral ramp to the gallery and marvel at the magnificent Byzantine mosaics, which include Christ flanked by Emperor Constantine IX and Empress Zoe.

Grand Bazaar

Grand Bazaar

Despite being over 500 years old, it is still one of the world's largest covered bazaars. There are 5000 stores, 60 restaurants, 18 fountains, 12 mosques, and even a school on its 60 streets. This is not a tourist trap, contrary to popular belief. Locals shop here every day, and they're likely to be better bargainers than you. Carpets, leather, ceramics, souvenirs, and jewelry are all common items in the bazaar. It's difficult not to get lost in this maelstrom, so keep track of where you came in before walking around.

Istanbul’s Nightlife

Istanbul’s Nightlife

The nightlife in Istanbul is on par with the rest of the country. Istanbul has it all, if you want to watch a (local) live show while sipping your favorite cocktail, go to a concert featuring current and former world stars, or party the night away in open-air venues by the Bosphorus or from a rooftop 360-degree view.

Blue Mosque

Blue Mosque

This is a historic mosque with six slender minarets and beautifully curvaceous exteriors. The Blue Iznik tiles that adorn the mosque's interior have given it its name. It is regarded as one of Istanbul's most popular tourist destinations, attracting a large number of tourists due to its breathtaking beauty. This iconic attraction is a must-see for any tourist, and it allows tourists to immerse themselves in the Islamic Ottoman Empire's culture and tradition.

Enjoy a Turkish Bath

Enjoy a Turkish Bath

Enjoy a Turkish bath at one of Istanbul's best hamams to relax your body and mind. These hamams have relaxing massages and one-of-a-kind bathing experiences. You will get discounted massage and steaming packages if you go to the hamams late at night. Often, since there are fewer people at night, the experts will concentrate more on you and help you have a rewarding experience. Cagaloglu Hamam, Cemberlitas Hamam, and Galatasaray Hamam are three well-known hamams in Istanbul where you can enjoy a relaxing Turkish bath.

Frequently asked questions

What sights in Istanbul should I visit?

Best things to do in Istanbul
Hagia Sophia.
Topkapı Palace.
Blue Mosque.
Basilica Cistern.
Archaeology Museum.

Are three days in Istanbul enough?

Three days in Istanbul isn't nearly enough time to see what the city has to offer, but it will give you a decent overview. Allow us to assist you in making the most of your trip so that you can enjoy some of Istanbul's best weekend activities.

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