Where to Visit in Istanbul

On a finger of land, at the confluence of the Bosphorus, the Golden Horn and the Sea of Marmara stands, the Topkapi Palace, the maze of buildings that was the focal point of the Ottoman Empire between the 15th and 19th centuries.
Dolmabahçe Palace, whose construction began in 1846 in the province of Besiktas was completed in 1856. The palace which was commissioned by Sultan Abdulmecid was built on an area of 250.000 m²..
Sultan Ahmet Camii is called the Blue Mosque because of its interior tiles, mostly on the upper level and difficult to see unless you're right up there with them.
The Suleymaniye Mosque is located in the historic quarter of Istanbul. Suleymaniye Mosque built in the 16th century and is considered to be the most beautiful of the imperial mosques in Istanbul.
Hagia Sophia in Greek, Sancta Sophia in Latin, Aya Sofya in Turkish, the church of the Divine Wisdom is one of the most impressive and important buildings ever constructed.
Basilica - Yerebatan Cistern was built in the left side of Sultanahmet Square towards Ayasofya - Gulhane Park direction.
Istanbul's Grand Bazaar - Kapali Carsi - Covered Market. Grand Bazaar - Kapalı Çarşı is a great bazaar in Nuri Osmaniye and Beyazid Mosques and Mahmutpaşa Bazaar, made up of streets of various shops sheltered by roofs and domes.
The Egyptian Market - Mısır Çarşısı - Spice Bazaar is in Istanbul, Eminönü. It was commissioned by Mehmet the Fourth's mother, Hatica Turhan Sultan as a donation for Yeni Mosque.
Beylerbeyi Palace is located in the Anatolian side of Istanbul, on the shore Boshporus, in the province having the same name with the palace. The palace, making up a complex with the palace in the yard and the surrounding buildings..
Dolmabahce Mosque is located in the south of Dolmabahce Palace, on the coast and it's is one of the ornamented mosques constructed in Baroque style.
The Mosque and Mausoleum of Eyup Sultan, located outside the corner where the land walls meet the walls along the Golden Horn, is considered a sacred site for Moslems.
The Fatih Mosque constructed at the Conqueror's orders was designed by a great architect named Sinan the Elder.
Istanbul Archeology Museum, one of the greatest museums of the world, is located between Gulhane Park and Topkapi Palace.
Turkish Islamic Arts Museum which is one of the rare examples of Turkish-Islamic Art in the world was designed by collecting precious art pieces from many mosques, tombs and libraries.