با However, much beauty and ancient history can be said “from the Isasofiye Mosque, the Bosphorus Strait, and the Topkapi Palace … to the nine islands of Istanbul, the most famous of which are the islands of Buok Ada, Heibeli Ada, Borgaz Ada, and Kinali Ada.
Besides, Istanbul is Turkey’s largest city and its economic hub. The Bosphorus Strait separates the two continents of Asia and Europe, and Istanbul is divided into two Asian and European segments along the Bosphorus Strait and the Marmara Sea.
Istanbul is also one of the world’s largest cities, with a population of 15,519,267 million people. In addition to the attractions mentioned earlier, there may be a large population, traffic, traffic, and the presence of different nationalities in this city of seventy-two nations. Its popularity has diminished, but Turkey’s economic hub still cannot be overlooked, especially in the fashion and apparel industry and its related businesses.
We can clearly say that this metropolis has attracted much attention from investors.
Istanbul, in addition to its economic destinations, hosts a large number of tourists from around the world annually, which brings them to historic islands, sightseeing, and recreation on the islands of this beautiful city.
This beautiful city is warm and humid in summer, cold, rainy, and snowy in winter and often has high humidity.
Ataturk International Airport
Istanbul Ataturk International Airport is the leading international airport and also the most significant and largest airport in the metropolitan area of Istanbul due to the number of passengers.
The international airport started operating in Istanbul’s Yesilkoy district in the 6th year and was initially named after it.
He was renamed in honor of the first President and Founder of the Republic of Turkey (Mustafa Kemal Ataturk).
Istanbul Ataturk International Airport is located in the European part of Istanbul’s big city, 2 km from the center of Istanbul in the west. Ataturk Airport can be accessed by car or public transport.
Sabiha Gokcen International Airport
Sabiha Gokcen International Airport is the second international airport after Istanbul Ataturk Airport to be named in honor of the first Turkish pilot.
Sabiha Gokcen Airport is located in the Asian part of Istanbul, thirty-five kilometers southeast of Istanbul. The airport also has different access routes from downtown Istanbul.
The city is based on a private taxi, deluxe, bus, tram, city-style train, cable train, and a variety of boats and passenger or freight boats.
Taxis in the city are all yellow, and the fare is calculated using a taxi.
However, taxi fares are relatively expensive in this city.
These cabs only take passengers on an individual basis.
Other means of transportation are delusions with an input of 3.50 liras covering all areas. These cars do not have a station on their way and stop at the request of the passenger.
Istanbul buses provide relatively regular service to the city’s passengers.
Some of the buses in the city are owned by the public sector and others by the private sector, but all buses cost 3.50 liras.
Remember this before arriving in Istanbul to get an Istanbul Card, so you don’t have to pay for bus, train, train, and ferry rentals.
Istanbul Cards can be obtained from all ferry stations, trains, and more.