Istanbul Old City Walking Tours
Istanbul Old City Walking Tours, Istanbul Classic Old City Tours, Istanbul Historic Peninsula
Istanbul is a city which has a lot to offer to a visitor. You might confuse when you look at the list of Things To Do In Istanbul. There are a lot of beautiful places to see and enjoy. As a local expert who was born and raised in Istanbul, I would recommend you to attend one of Classic Old City Tours during your visit in Istanbul. Read More
Hagia Sophia History, Architecture, Mosaics, Facts
Hagia Sophia Museum is located at the heart of old Istanbul. It’s considered as the most important historic monument in Istanbul city. Hagia Sophia is literally the gem of Istanbul, Turkey. Let’s discover the secrets of Hagia Sophia together. Read More
Hagia Sophia Private Tour Guide
Hagia Sophia is undoubtedly the crown jewel of Istanbul city. Nearly 3 million people visit Hagia Sophia, with an admiration and awe. Hagia Sophia is a building with a lot of sections to see and enjoy the splendid Byzantine mosaics.
Many legends were told about Hagia Sophia and it had been the spiritual hub of both Byzantine Empire’s Constantinople and Ottoman Empire’s Istanbul. The Hagia Sophia had been both a church (900 years and a mosque (500 years). Hagia Sophia have been a museum from 1930 and onwards. Read More
Ephesus Tour From Kusadasi Cruise Port 2018
Ephesus Tours From Kusadasi
Kuşadası (Kusadasi) is a cute little town located western Turkey. Kusadasi have always been a popular holiday spot but the Cruise traffic made it grow much quickly. Nowadays, there are lots of luxurious hotels, stores, boutique hotels adorning this small town.
Mediterranean Cruises, starting their trip from Italy, then stopping at the islands of Greece then they come to Turkey. Cruises usually have two stops in Turkey: Kusadasi and Istanbul. Read More
Ephesus Celsus Library History, Facts, Photos
Library of Celsus is the best-preserved ancient structure in Ephesus city. Built by a Roman Senator, this place used to be one of the most significant libraries of antiquity. Unfortunately an earthquake striked the Ephesus city and most of the buildings seriously damaged. Only the facade of the building survived. You may find the short story of Celsus Library with nice photos below. Read More
Jewish Community And Synagogues In Istanbul
Jewish History And Heritage Tours In Istanbul
The vast majority of the Jewish community in Turkey (around 26.000 people) lives in Istanbul. This is only a fraction of the 500.000 Jews that once lived in Istanbul during the Ottoman Empire — a time when Jews and Christians made up 40% of Istanbul’s population.
Origins Of Jewish People In Istanbul And Turkey
The predominant rabbinate caregory was further subdivided into four groups: Romaiots, Ashkenazi, Italian and Sephardim Jews. Read More
Private Tour Guide For Cappadocia Visit
Cappadocia Private Tour Guide, Cappadocia Private Guide, Cappadocia Private Tours
Cappadocia is an ancient city located in the Central Turkey. Cappadocia has always been a significant settlement area since the Ancient Age. Cappadocia is covering a significant terrain on multiple cities. A traveller has to shift between Nevşehir, Kırşehir, Niğde, Aksaray and Kayseri cities of Turkey to see the Cappadocia entirely. Read More
Constantinople Tour Of Istanbul
Constantinople Tour Of Istanbul
Constantinople was a great city of the history. It was established as the capital of Great Roman Empire and later became the capital of Byzantine Empire, which is originally known as the Eastern Roman Empire in the history.
The name Constantinople, evolved to Istanbul during the Ottoman Empire domination in the city. Today Istanbul is not a capital city anymore. However it is considered as the largest and most important city of Turkey. Read More
Top Things To Do In Istanbul 2018
Things To Do In Istanbul
Istanbul city located on Asia and Europe. This unique location makes it a bridge between the two ancient continents. This strategical location determined the destiny of city as well. It’s been a home to great empires. First the Emperor Constantine the Great discovered its unique beauty and made it his own capital, by naming it Constantinople. From then on the city became the capital of Roman Empire. Afterwards capital of Byzantine Empire and Ottoman Empire. Altough it’s not a capital anymore, Istanbul is still the most important city of Turkey. Read More
Private Tour Guide For Ephesus Visit 2018
Ephesus Private Tour Guide, Ephesus Private Tours, Ephesus Guided Tours
Ephesus Antique City is the gem of Turkey. The Anatolia peninsula has always been the cradle of civilizations in the history. Anatolia is a home to remarkable Greek and Roman heritage too. Therefore there are a lot of ancient cities and ruins all over the Turkey. However, the Ephesus is the most precious and most visited ancient city in Turkey left from the antique ages.
The famous Celsus Library and Temple of Artemis makes Ephesus, a prominent antique city of ancient Anatolia (also known as Asia Minor).