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istanbul is a melting pot of cultures and also the secret and unofficial capital of Turkey. After almost two thousand years of domination, Roman emperors and Ottoman sultans left behind impressive buildings that the visitors can discover even today. Worldwide famous domes and towers rises magically from Istanbul to the sky. The Bosphorus, which cuts through the city on the Bosporus, forms the natural border between Europe and Asia. As the economic centre of the Turkish Republic, Istanbul is more than just a historical city with a never-ending chain of cargo and passenger ships on the Bosporus, and an endless stream of cars that will make their way on an adventurous journey through the streets. A few kilometres away from the hustle and bustle, wide forests provide rest and relaxation and beaches offer swimming opportunities. The number of museums, churches, palaces, mosques, bazaars and sights seems endless - Istanbul is one of the most fascinating cities in the world.

 

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PRINCE'S ISLANDS
prinzessinen teaserFerries and sea busses carry tired city residents and tourists to one of the nine islands within one hour.

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ISTIKLAL STREET
istlikal teaserCrowded, more crowded, fully crowded – These are most probably the best descriptions of the most famous street of the city. This pedestrian zone with its nostalgic tram is the bustling centre of Istanbul.

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SULTANAHMET
sultanahmet teaserThis historic part of the city, the centre of power since the Byzantine rule, is a "must see" place for every visitor.

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Contact

İSTANBUL PROVINCIALE DIRECTORATE OF CULTURE AND TOURISM


Building 1:
İstiklal Cad. Atlas Pasajı, No:131, Beyoğlu / İSTANBUL


Building 2:
At Meydanı No: 31 Sultanahmet / İSTANBUL


Fax:
00 90 212 5286820


Telephone:
00 90 212 5286834
00 90 212 5181800-01
00 90 212 6382818


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - SULTANAHMET
At Meydani

Telephone:
00 90 212 5181802
00 90 212 5187454


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - ATATÜRK AIRPORT

 

Telephone:

00 90 212 4653151
00 90 212 4653547


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - SABIHA GÖKÇEN AIRPORT

Telephone:

00 90 216 5888794


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - KARAKÖY
Karaköy Marina

Telephone:

00 90 212 2495776


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - SİRKECİ
Sirkeci Train Station

Telephone:

00 90 212 5115888


TOURISM INFORMATION OFFICE - TAKSİM
Hilton Hotel Entrance

Telephone:

00 90 212 2330592


 

UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE

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Turkey is a country full of history and culture. A variety of natural beauties and historic places of Turkey are registered in the UNESCO's World Heritage List. So the protection and preservation of these regions is guaranteed. You can find here the treasures of Turkey in the UNESCO World Heritage List as well as in the Tentative List:

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