Tourist Places in Istanbul for Arabic Travelers
Istanbul is the first tourist city in Turkey, and it is also the first destination for Arab tourists who find in this city the perfect choice because of its distinguished historical, civilizational and historical character mixed with a pioneering contemporary dye.
Tourists can visit the most ancient historical places represented by mosques, churches, markets and palaces scattered throughout the old city, and can also enjoy modern entertainment places and the picturesque nature of summer and winter, and the value of tourism has increased after the establishment of the new Istanbul airport and establishment of a modern and developed transportation network linking parts of The city together.
The best tourist places in Istanbul:
Historical palaces, the most important of which are:
The famous “Topkapi Saray” Palace located in Sultanahmet district.
The “Dolma Bahce” Palace overlooking the Bosphorus in the Besiktas region near Ortakoy neighborhood, and is distinguished by its charming artistic architecture that combined Western art and oriental sophistication, and represents a creative mixture of civilizations.
The “Beylar Bay” Palace in the Üsküdar region.
The “Yarpetan” Palace (water tanks) in Sultanahmet area.
The mosques, most important of which are:
Sultan Ahmed Mosque in the Sultanahmet area, which is one of the most famous landmarks of Istanbul. It is known as the Blue Mosque, dating back to the early seventeenth century AD and is a charming architectural masterpiece, furnished with luxurious carpets, and is characterized by its colorful glass and exquisite artistic decorations, in which six Minarets, five large domes, and a number of small domes, which is an open mosque for prayer, which is very much intended by tourists.
Hagia Sophia Mosque, which was a church, then converted into a mosque and is now a museum in the Sultanahmet area
Sulaymaniyah Mosque in the Sulaymaniyah region
Sultan Ayoub Mosque in the Sultan Ayoub region and includes the tomb of the companion Abu Ayyub al-Ansari.
Al-Fateh Mosque in the Eminouno region.
Majidiye Mosque in the Ortakoy region.
The popular markets in which the city is known and modern high-end shopping centers, the most important of which are:
The Grand pazar, which is one of the most important shopping centers globally and is an old covered market whose windows are adorned with windows that allow natural light to pass, and is located in the Al-Fateh area near Eminouno.
The Egyptian market, with its ancient Arab character, represents the second largest market in the city and the most inexpensive market in the city.
Eminonu Market and Mahmoud Pasha Market in the Eminonu District
Friday Market in Al-Fateh
Beyazit market in the Beyazit region
Mall of Istanbul.
Istanbul Jewels Mall.
Istinye Park Mall.
Marmara Park Mall
Family gardens that reflect the beauty of the nature of Istanbul, the most famous of which are:
Gulhane Park located in the famous Topkapi Museum.
Yildiz Park in the Besiktas region, which is one of the largest public parks.
Floria park in the Florya region, with great views of the Marmara Sea.
The Hill of Puppet Garden, which is widely used by marriage couples, and overlooks the entire city of Istanbul.
Minya Turk Park, on the banks of the Golden Horn, and contains 122 models of Istanbul’s most important landmarks.
The Botanical Garden in Bakirkoy.
Wadi El Hayat Park, which is adjacent to several parks in Beylikdüzü.
And among the most prominent landmarks of Istanbul is the Galata Bridge, a bridge that connects the northern West Bank and the southern bank in the Golden Horn Bay in Istanbul. It is intended by tourists to see the surrounding places and mosques spread over the top of the seven hills in Istanbul, and the obelisks in the Sultan Ahmed area. Tourists can also visit the distinctive entertainment places And many in the city and the most famous:
Istanbul Theme Park (Vialand), which was built in 2013 in the Yesil Pinar area, near Sultan Eyüp.
Snow Museum, which is considered one of the most important ice museums in the world, where the temperature reaches five degrees below zero and extends over 1400 square meters.
The Chocolate Museum, which includes huge figures of chocolate
Anyone who knows the city of Istanbul realizes that we will not be able to fulfill its right to describe its endless tourist facilities. Wherever it goes in Istanbul, you will find a historical landmark, a unique market, a wonderful garden, or an attractive recreational activity. These monuments left their sure impact on the real estate in the city and increased the demand for apartments. The hotel expanded the urbanization movement in the city and the number of Arabs wishing to reside in Istanbul or buy their own property there increased.
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