Collected by Laura Mathieux
Sultan Ahmet Mahallesi, Ayasofya Meydanı, 34122 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey
The tourist attractions of Istanbul are largely appealing to adults, but look at Istanbul through a child’s eyes and many highlights can be found. 1. Buy some bread, board an Istanbul ferry, and feed the hungry seagulls as you cross from Europe to...
Büyükada, 34970 Prince Islands/Istanbul, Turkey
As soon as the ferry pushes away from Kabataş ferry terminal on Istanbul's European side, you can feel the frenetic pace of the city slipping away. Sipping a coffee on the ship's bow, the beautiful scenery and azure Bosphorus waters enchant as the...
Sultan Ahmet Parkı, 34122 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey
When the sun finally dips behind the minaret skyline and the moon starts to rise, Sultanahmet Park—between the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia—brightens up with a colourful lighting display. In summer enjoy the show by savoring a creamy Turkish ice...
Sütlüce Mahallesi, İmrahor Cd. 7/1, 34445 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey
Tower over the sites of Turkey like Gulliver, from Gulliver’s Travel at Miniaturk in Istanbul. This innovative open-air amusement park, located on the Golden Horn in Sütlüce, allows you to see 1:25 scale miniature models of significant Istanbul...
Kocatepe Mahallesi Paşa Caddesi Forum İstanbul Alışveriş Merkezi, Kocatepe Mahallesi, B1 Blok No:57, 34045 Bayrampaşa/İstanbul, Turkey
Keçeci Piri Mahallesi, Hasköy Cad. No:5, 34445 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey
Rahmi M Koç Museum overlooks the Golden Horn and is a treasure trove of models and memorabilia from Turkey’s transportation, communication, and industrial past. The kids can have a hands-on experience sitting in the cockpit of a Bellanca plane,...
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