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Bosporus

Bosporus

4.6/5679 Reviews
Strait/Fjord
Open all day (Local time)
The Bosporus Strait, which divides Istanbul in two, is also known as the Strait of Istanbul. It connects the Black Sea in the north to the Marmara and Mediterranean Sea in the south, splitting Turkey into a European side and an Asian side. Both sides are famous historical districts in Istanbul. A common way to enjoy the Bosporus is by tour cruise. Sailing down the Bosphorous offers a great view of scenic spots on each side of the strait accompanied by the beauty of the water itself, especially at sunset when the scenery becomes particularly mesmerizing.
Pierre Loti Tepesi

Pierre Loti Tepesi

4.3/521 Reviews
Mountain
Hiking
7:30-24:00 (Local time)
Golden Horn

Golden Horn

4.5/5132 Reviews
Port/Bay
Open all day (Local time)
This horn-shaped estuary splits European Istanbul. One of the best natural harbors in the world, it was at one time the center of the Byzantine and Ottoman navies and commercial shipping powers. Today, attractive parks and promenades span the shores, a picturesque scene particularly as the sun goes down over the water.
Bebek

Bebek

4.7/59 Reviews
Seashore
Prince Islands

Prince Islands

4.4/5122 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Seashore
Open all day (Local time)
Camlica Hill

Camlica Hill

4.3/547 Reviews
Mountain
Observation Deck
8:00-24:00 (Local time)
Sea of Marmara

Sea of Marmara

4.4/584 Reviews
Seashore
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Anadolu Kavağı İskelesi

Anadolu Kavağı İskelesi

4.1/54 Reviews
Strait/Fjord
Seafood eateries particularly possess sort of large amounts of the small fishing village of Anadolu Kavagi Iskelesi, Istanbul, Turkey, however guests definitely want its real fascination, the bolted stronghold on the hill. You can actually take a transport to achieve this town, however most guests board a ship and travel down the Bosphorus, getting off at this last stop before the Black Sea. The ship sits tight for two or three hours previously coming back to Istanbul. This gives you time for a feast of fresh fish and maybe for the thirty-minute walk tough to the fortification with its staggering perspectives.
Valens Aqueduct

Valens Aqueduct

4.2/544 Reviews
Bridge
Water Conservancy Project
Any entire visit of Istanbul incorporates a stop the Valens Aqueduct, the antiquated water circulation arrangement of the city. You can take in the shocking design and history of the Aqueduct by walking, or you can drive under the antiquated curves, which have had a cutting edge lane, the Ataturk Bulvari Boulevard, constructed under them. The first development of the Aqueduct was finished in the year 368 and the whole arrangement of water systems and repositories came to more than 250 kilometers long. The Valens Aqueduct kept running for around 971 meters, 921 of which are as yet standing today.
Princes' Islands

Princes' Islands

4.7/51 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
The Princes Islands are a combination of nine islands off the Asian coast of Istanbul, in the Sea of Marmara. Regular or fast passenger ferries operate to the four of these islands from different parts of the city; from Bostanci, Kadikoy and Kartal neighborhoods on the Asian side, from Sirkeci and Kabatas neighborhoods on the European side. Motorists are not permitted on the islands, therefore you have to walk or rent a bicycle or horse-drawn carriage (fayton in Turkish), even a donkey. Many local people in Istanbul own or rent their summer houses, or just go there at the weekends for swimming in the tiny beaches and for picnicking.