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Galata Tower

Galata Tower

4.5/5255 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
9:00-18:00 (Local time)
The medieval Galata Tower gives a fairytale feeling to the hilly Beyoelu district, on the north part of the Golden Horn. Topped by a conical tiled steeple and gold finial, the 67 meter high stone tower was built by the Genoese in 1348. Explore the outdoor observation place at the top for a marvelous panorama reaching to Sultanahmet, have dinner or a snack at the tower-top restaurant, or view a Turkish belly-dancing show inside the nightclub.
Galata Bridge

Galata Bridge

4.4/5178 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
Galata Bridge is the center of Istanbul, spreading across the Golden Horn from Karakoy on the north to Old Istanbul, centered on Sultanahmet, on the south
Taksim Square

Taksim Square

4.3/5210 Reviews
Square
Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM (Local time)
Western fast food chains now stand in the same spot where the Taksim Square Massacre took place in 1977, when political groups clashed with deadly results. Today, Taksim Square is an attraction popular for its hotels, restaurants and shops. Italian sculptor Pietro Canonica created the grand Monument of the Republic, inaugurated in 1928 and placed here in the heart of modern Istanbul.
Sultanahmet Square

Sultanahmet Square

4.3/5241 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
Sultanahmet Square is the central point around which many of Istanbul’s historical and interesting sites can be found, such as the Hippodrome, Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii), Hagia Sophia, and the underground Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarayi). After you’re through with visits inside these monuments, it is worthwhile spending time ambling around the square as the atmosphere is pleasant and its interesting observing the varied activities of locals as opposed to tourists whose single purpose is to snap anything they can with their cameras.
Istiklal Avenue

Istiklal Avenue

4.5/5379 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Beyoğlu

Beyoğlu

4.3/514 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Sun - Sat 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM (Local time)
A veritable symphony of Occident and orient, Beyoğlu is the pulsating heartbeat of Istanbul's day and nightlife. İstiklal Caddesi -- a paved thoroughfare perpetually swarming with Istanbul's colorful hoi polloi -- is at the hub of the metropolis while a maze of narrow winding lanes filled with funky cafes, soulful bars, continental restaurants, historic cinemas, prominent theatres and exclusive shops shoot off in all directions around it. Taksim Square, featuring the impressive Monument to the Republic, leads the way into Beyoğlu's bohemian open-air museum, past the Greek Orthodox Aya Triade Church and the French Consulate. A quaint old tramway carries passengers past the Rumeli Han, Çiçek Pasajı, Cite de Pera, Atlas Pasajı, Galatasaray Lisesi, and several elegant consulates. Every year the International Istanbul Film Festival , International Istanbul Music Festival , International Istanbul Theatre Festival and the International Istanbul Jazz Festival are held here and in nearby districts. Beyoğlu, which has been the traditional home of Istanbul's gay community, hosts various other annual events, including the Bosphorus Festival, Roxy Music Days, Aksanat Jazz Festival and the Blues Festival. The district is also home to the Beyoğlu Emek Movie Theatre, which hosts the annual Filmekimi Film Festival.
Eminönü

Eminönü

3.9/531 Reviews
Square
Open all day (Local time)
Eminonu is the mirror of Istanbul, it reflects the complexity of this amazing city. It is the transport hub of the city where bus, rail, tram and ferries connect. Probably, 'cosmopolitan chaos' would best describe Eminonu. During the daytime, you can see all kinds of people hurrying on the streets of Eminonu: enthusiastic tourists from all around the world, insistent salesmen, bargain hunting shoppers, hurried commuters, singing beggars as well as pigeons in front of Yenicami mosque. At night, apart from Sirkeci area where the hotels are, it is deserted.
Bosphorus Bridge

Bosphorus Bridge

4.8/5139 Reviews
Bridge
Open all day (Local time)
Yeni Cami

Yeni Cami

4.5/5130 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Mosque
Rainbow Stairs

Rainbow Stairs

4/545 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)