Turkey is a coastal city. As soon as it enters the city, the smell of the sea will pour on its face. The unique geographical advantages of Turkey, half of Europe and half of Asia create a unique picture. If you want to see the Eurasian Continental Bridge and experience the clarity of the sea, it's really a good way to take a cruise ship to the Bosporus Strait in Istanbul. The cruise time is about 2 hours. The Bosporus Strait divides Turkey into two parts, and there are many beautiful sceneries to enjoy on both sides of the case. Many foreign tourists travel to Istanbul by cruise. The water in the Bosporus Strait is really very clear and sometimes you can see jellyfish. It's really beautiful. The two sides of the Taiwan Strait are the new and the old urban districts, with the Golden Horn Bay visible. Similarly, in the new urban area, there are many luxury hotels just beside the Bosporus Strait. I really envy those who live near the Strait. They can make close contact with the Bosporus Strait anytime and anywhere. During the whole trip, we will see two Eurasian continental bridges. It is said that in order to increase trade, the third Eurasian continental bridge will be built soon.
Both sides of the Bosporus Strait. The new Palace of Domabachee is located in the European part of the West Bank. Compared with the old palace, it is luxurious and European. Their father Kemal died here, so the security level is the highest. Opposite the new palace is the famous home of Besiktas, while Galatasaray and Fenerbahce are also in the European part. At the time of the match, a large number of police with heavy loads of live ammunition were waiting in the street. The cheers of fans and the melodious prayers of Amu, the speaker on the minaret, seemed rather strange. Quantitative fishing poles stretch out across the Straits of the Galatai Bridge, harvesting gifts from the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea. A huge advertisement under the bridge is Huawei p9. The Asia-Europe Bridge glows with charming colors in the sunset, as if to unite the whole world into a common civilization.
The dividing line between Eurasia and the mainland will also divide the beautiful Istanbul into two parts. It is most appropriate to experience the scenery of both sides of the Strait and the spectacle of the Bosporus Strait on a cruise ship. Luxury palaces, mosques, busy fishermen and busy city trams can be seen at a glance. The ecology here is very good. A large number of seagulls swim in the sea or fly in the sky or stop at the bridge, which makes people lament the harmonious living environment here.
Istanbul, by no means other than Constantinople, the eternal city, is still one of the greatest cities in the history of mankind surrounded by great waters. In the millennium when all Paris is still a small village, the only big city in Europe, so "to that city" (Istanbul) became its name today. One of the most unforgettable experiences of this life - to participate in International Istanbul 2016. Boolean Poetry Reading on the Bosporus Strait cruise ship during the Literature Festival. At some point in time and space, the poetry recitation of Zhao Si, a Chinese poet, floats in the Bosporus Strait.
There are three bridges over the Bosporus Strait. We can only see two bridges across the Eurasian continent. Both sides of the Strait are buildings. On this side of Europe, there are now rich areas, some of which have been converted into hotels. When we went, Tiangong was not beautiful. If the weather was good, it should be more beautiful, and we could see the scenery on both sides of the Strait better.
When the plane is about to land, it can overlook the Bosporus Strait. Of course, when we get to Istanbul, we have to take a cruise to see the world's famous straits. On one side of Europe and on the other side of Asia, this is the unique Bosporus Strait. The sea water is very clear, the blue sky, seagulls, and European-style buildings and mosques on both sides. There are many cruise ships. The scenery here is the most beautiful. If you have the opportunity to stay in a hotel by the sea, it is not worthwhile to see the scenery blowing the sea breeze every day.
Upon arrival in Istanbul, we took a cruise boat tour of the Bosporus Strait. Bosporus Strait is not only a strategic destination of Turkey, but also a tourist attraction in downtown Istanbul. Its two sides are the flourishing area of this beautiful city across Europe and Asia, so it is also the geographical boundary of Eurasia. The guide told us that the whole Strait is 30.4 kilometers long, 2.4 kilometers wide, 708 meters narrowest, 80 meters deepest and 27.5 meters shallowest. It connects the Black Sea to the north, the Marmara Sea to the South and the Mediterranean Sea to the north. While waiting for the boat at the dock, we could clearly see the magnificent bridge connecting Eurasia across the Strait in the distance. The sea-crossing bridge, also known as the Bosporus Strait Bridge, was built in 1968. It was built in the narrowest part of the Bosporus Strait and was officially opened to traffic in October 1973. Cruise ships pass smoothly through the Eurasian Bridge, which is the largest cable suspension bridge in Eurasia and the fourth largest suspension bridge in the world. Turning further into a bay, we can see the Eurasian Second Bridge. Looking from a distance, the bridge sitting on the sea is like a giant dragon lying across. This is the second Strait Bridge in the Bosporus Strait. Built on December 4, 1985, it is jointly constructed by the Turkish government, Japan and Italy, and is located about 5 kilometers north of the first bridge. The total length of the bridge is 1510 meters, 17 meters longer than the first bridge, and it is the sixth largest suspension bridge in the world. A few days later, after the tour of the new palace, we took a bus across the Bosporus Strait to visit the Asian city of Istanbul. The car crossed the Eurasian Bridge and reached the top of a hill in Istanbul's Asian urban area. Many kinds of tulips are blooming in the Peak Park. They are very colorful and gorgeous. Many local residents take a vacation here. Standing at the top of the hill, you can see the Bosporus Strait and two Eurasian Bridges. The European city opposite Istanbul is vividly visible, while the Asian city of Istanbul is at your feet. The scenery here is indeed infinite and beautiful.
Cruise boats in the Istanbul Strait are very worth experiencing. Along the way, you can enjoy a series of classic works such as the Golden Cape Bay, the New Palace, the Eurasian Bridge and the Castle in Istanbul. You can experience the unique beauty of the city, and also integrate the purity between the sea and the sky. The cruise time is 1.5 hours.
The Bosporus Strait, also known as the Istanbul Strait, connects the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea and separates Turkey's Asian and European parts (29 degrees east longitude and 41 degrees north latitude). It's 30 kilometers (19 miles) long. The northernmost entrance is 3.7 kilometers (2.3 miles) wide, and the narrowest point is 750 meters (2,450 feet) between the two castles of Rumelihissal and Anado Lufeneri in the Ottoman Empire. The midstream depth ranges from 36.5 to 124 meters (120 to 408 feet). In the middle of the Strait there is a jet from the Black Sea to the Malama Sea, and under the surface there is a countercurrent that brings salty water from the Malama Sea to the Black Sea. Fisheries are abundant due to the seasonal passage of fish stocks across the Strait to and from the Black Sea. The trees on both sides of the Taiwan Strait are lush, and villages, tourist attractions, gorgeous dwellings and villas are scattered everywhere.
The Bosporus Strait, also known as the Istanbul Strait, is connected to the Mediterranean Sea and separates Turkey from Asia and Europe. On the wharf, boats of all sizes can be moored to visit the Bosporus Strait, overlooking mosque cathedrals and palaces on both sides of the Strait. The scenery is beautiful. The shore is a row of big stalls, the last place to eat roast fish, you can also fish in the sea here.