The Best Ways to Travel from London to Istanbul in 2019

Without a shadow of a doubt, Istanbul is unlike any other city in the world, as the old quarter with its narrow cobbled streets lie on a tapering peninsula where the blue waters of the Sea of Marmara glitter across the curve of the Golden Horn. In the fourth century it became the capital of the Byzantine Christian world, before falling to the Ottoman Turks, although the relics stud the old quarter through the splendid pavilions of the Ottoman Empire. In order to get from London to Istanbul you ought to find reliable means of transportation by plane, bus, ferry, car or car ferry but you will need step-by-step directions and travel times. Read More…

Festivals and events in 2018

Considering Istanbul is a major cultural and economic hub, there’s no wonder that the city is host to some amazing festivals and events. Throughout the year, but especially during the warmer months, there are numerous film, music and dance festivals, sports events and exhibitions going on in the city. Read More…

Top 5 beaches in Turkey

          Turkey is a fascinating country for so many reasons, it would take ages to describe. But there’s no denying that a major attraction is represented by its spectacular sandy beaches that have become synonymous with holiday relaxation. Read More…

Best places to visit in Istanbul

          Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city and one of the largest in the world, spreads on both sides of the Bosphorus Strait. Considered by many as the meeting point between Europe and Asia, the fascination with this ancient city is owed to its rich history and charming cosmopolitan character and is one of those places that must be visited at least once in a lifetime. Let’s be honest, how many cities can boast of being the capital of three great empires? Read More…

Istanbul – a mix between European and Asian culture

The ancient city of Istanbul straddles the Bosphorus strait, being the meeting point of the European and Asian continents. Once the capital of the Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, this transcontinental city breathes history and culture. Visiting it is like opening the oldest dustiest history book and getting lost in its captivating pages. Every part of it reflects the civilizations that have populated its land and left their mark over the ages. Read More…