World Bulletin / News Desk
Historic Eminonu, on the peninsula is one of the most popular touristic spots in Istanbul, it is a popular square that houses the Eminönü fish sandwich boats and where visitors pass through to the Grand Bazaar and the Spice Market.
Karaköy is one of Istanbul’s most historical areas, once at the heart of the economy of the city. Today, it is one of the coolest hotspots for both locals and tourists with countless stylish cafes.
Galata Tower is one of the most famous landmarks of this historic city. 360 degree views of the entire city plus a cafe that serves good coffee. Can't beat that!
Camlica Hill - Located on one of the seven hills that has built Istanbul to the city that is and also the subject of countless songs and poems, Camlica Hill has a beautiful view of both the European and Asian sides of the Istanbul and Bosphorus Bridge that connects them.
Kiz Kulesi - Maiden's Tower, otherwise known as Leander's Tower has been on the Bosphorus since the 12th century. Once a lighthouse, in fact even a prison, it is now an observation point for one of the most beautiful sunsets on the Bosphorus.
source: dailysabahGüncelleme Tarihi: 26 Aralık 2016, 15:28