Tours & Tickets
Flights: Istanbul is located between the European and Asian continents and as such its airport is important as a transit terminal and many countries have direct flights to it. Currently, Istanbul has 3 international airports; Ataturk International Airport which caters to the flights from Europe; Sabe Koz Thain airport for Latin America and Asian flights, and Istanbul Ataturk Airport for cargo freight.
Cruise along the Bosporus Straits and you will have the mystical experience of having Europe on your left and Asia on your right. Treasure hunting at the ancient Islamic minarets, enjoying the sights of antiquated trams passing by, and visit the Dolmabahce sultan palace to witness the splendor and glory of the Ottoman Empire of old. Landmarks not to be missed are the Hagia Sophia Ayasofya (Church of Divine Wisdom) built during the 6th century and Sultanahmet Mosque, one of the most magnificent buildings in Turkey. In the afternoon, you could chill out at a cafe and savor Turkish Red Tea and Turkish Coffee Divination. In bustling and yet ancient Istanbul, every inch of land seems like a historical poem and you will love it if you are there.