Istanbul is a city with a history spanning thousands of years, and many ancient civilizations have passed through it. These civilizations left hundreds of monuments, in addition to being distinguished by their wonderful geography and beautiful landscapes, and this is what made them attract tourists from all over the world.
The abundance of these tourist attractions made many tourists and even local residents overlook the many charming areas that can be visited in Istanbul.
We will mention to you the most beautiful and wonderful tourist attractions that many do not know:
- Karli Hill
Also called the snow petal, a hill that captures the breath with its beauty, the hill has become a destination for those looking for relaxation and for those who want to enjoy its views and open air.
- Çilingoz Nature Park:
The park is located in the Catalca region, is the confluence of forests with charming beaches, you can do many different activities in the park from swimming and camping .....
- Yoros Castle:
A castle built BC, overlooking the Bosphorus and located in a small village called "Anadolu Qavi" on a hill surrounded by cliffs, the castle is located in a strategic area, at the confluence of the Bosphorus with the Black Sea.
- Lake Aydos:
The lake is located on the Asian side of Istanbul in a large forest, known for its beautiful landscapes and clean air. Nearby lies one of Istanbul's highest hills, "Aidos Hill".
- Mihrabat Kurusu:
It is located on the Asian side of Istanbul, with a wonderful view of the Bosphorus, and there are several cafes and restaurants.
- Rumeli lighthouse:
Two lighthouses were built in the middle of the 19th century, one on the European side and the other on the Asian side, to guide ships coming from the Black Sea so that they do not collide with land. The Rumeli lighthouse, north of European Istanbul, overlooks the entrance to the Bosphorus from the Black Sea side. It is also located near the Tobaja Castle, and is surrounded by a small village