Yasin Berkay's Blog Posts | Tripster

Istanbul’s Airports After Corona: Is It Safe?

After months of pandemic crisis, we are about to be free again to travel the planet earth. Some of us productively spent this quarantine, while some of us spent just like a vacation. And while we struggled or getting relaxed at these times, travel agencies haven’t spent their time idle. In this writing, we will point out some of the things made for us to travel in these strange times. We saw many people wondering online about international travel. Is Istanbul airport safe? Are Istanbul’ Airports open during coronavirus crisis? And mostly many people still ask this question, are air travel safe?

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Best Travel Movies to Watch at Home During Quarantine

We all are having a hard time in quarantine. Staying home all day makes most of us irritated and we constantly try to make something that passes time. The most accessible and easy way to do this is watching movies. While staying at home, which we all should, we can watch some of the films we wanted to when we couldn’t find any time. We gathered some films in this writing, for specially travel lovers. So that you may still remember what it was like to travel, urban or natural hiking. If you are bored with cooking different meals, home exercising or simply just want to watch some films but run out of them, we listed some travel films just for you.

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How To Use Istanbul’s Metro, Tram and Metrobus Lines More Effectively As a Tourist?

Istanbul is one of the most populous cities in the world. The number of people living in the city is more than 15 million and more than 4 million of them are caught in traffic on a daily basis. Especially in the morning between 07.30 - 09.00, 10.30 - 12.00 and in the evening between 17.00 - 19.00 there is a traffic jam. Driving and taking taxis are not effective in congested traffic in terms of budget and time. It is important to be efficient timewise and to avoid public transportation such as buses and minibusses during rush hour as much as possible. You can use the rail systems or transportation vehicles such as boats and ferries in crowded places of the city.

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23 Things To Do With Kids in Istanbul

You are in Istanbul. You want to spend a nice holiday with your children in this city that never sleeps. We have toured and written 23 of the museums and sightseeing areas for you and your children. Scientists say that man has not only 5 senses. It is necessary to add the following question to this information: Do our senses always say the truth? Here you will find the answer to this question in Istanbul Illusions Museum.

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10 Days in Istanbul with the Perfect 10 Day Itinerary

Is there enough time to visit Istanbul in 10 days? This will vary depending on the season of your visit and where you want to go. If you’ve come to Istanbul for the first time, some areas will fascinate you and you may want to revisit them. You can even arrange your visit to Istanbul to coincide with these events. The most important of these in 2020 is the UEFA Champions League final which will be played on 30th May 2020, at Istanbul’s’ Atatürk Olympic Stadium. You can arrange your Istanbul travel itinerary according to this date.

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Amazing Restaurants to Try Traditional Turkish Food in Istanbul

In Anatolia, where many civilizations lived throughout the ages, every civilization left a legacy. Our contemporaries added their own experiences to this cultural heritage. Thus, cultural wealth was blended. However, it is best that some elements of culture remain as they are. At the top of these items are Turkish cuisine. Various plants grow in Anatolia. In the village, people are fed with food made from their own agricultural products. Animal food is obtained from cattle, ovine and chickens. In larger cities, nutrition continues to be more fabricated. For this reason, traditional Turkish restaurants where meals are made with natural products brought from the villages are more preferred.

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Beaches in Istanbul

Among the many delights, Istanbul has to offer are its beaches which are mostly quiet yet elegant, as many students return home leaving locals and tourists to enjoy the sea and sand. The Sandy beach and immaculate water make Burc beach the ideal place for a day out. It regularly hosts water sports and other entertainment, and the café inside sits up to 200 people and offers a cosy atmosphere in which to enjoy food or drink. Burc Beach is located in Sarıyer, and there is an entrance fee.

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