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2 Days in Istanbul with the Perfect 2 Day Itinerary

Istanbul is one of the most popular cities in Turkey. With a population of over 14 million, in Turkey, it’s known as the city that never sleeps. People come to Istanbul for all sorts of reasons; entertainment, history, business and more. But one thing they all have in common is that they’re looking for ways to make the most of their time in the city. To help first-time visitors we’ve prepared a 2-day Istanbul tour to ensure an enjoyable trip.

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One Day in Istanbul with the Perfect One Day Itinerary

If you only have one day in Istanbul and want to see it all then you could easily find yourself disappointed. Because Istanbul consists of seven hills and each has its own story. But for those of you who are limited to just one day in the city, we can help make sure you don’t miss any of the top attractions. The rest can wait until the next time you visit.

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3 Days in Istanbul with the Perfect 3 Day Itinerary

Are you ready to spend an enjoyable 3 days in Istanbul? Our Heytripsters expert guides are available to help you squeeze every last drop out of your experience here in one of the world’s most fascinating cities. With so much to see and do in Istanbul you could spend weeks exploring and discovering its delights and treasures, so we’ve condensed all of it down to help guide you through the must see places for your first trip to this incredible city.

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Istanbul UEFA Champions League Final 2020 | Where to Stay, What to Do and More

RECENT UPDATE: The 2019-20 UEFA Champions League final game has been postponed indefinitely because of the coronavirus outbreak, UEFA announced. The final of Europe's elite club competition had been scheduled for May 30 at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul. The UEFA statement said "No decision has yet been made on rearranged dates." Even we don’t know the rearranged dates of the final game yet, here are a few tips for UEFA Champions League Final 2020:

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7 Days in Istanbul with the Perfect 7 Day Itinerary

No matter how many or how few days you spend in Istanbul, there are some places that appear on everybody’s list of things to see and do. These places should be on your 7-day Istanbul itinerary. Most of the attractions are in Old Istanbul. For a 7-day itinerary, you should choose hotels within the tourist zone so it will be easy to get to them all.

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Everything You Must Know About The Currencies Before You Visit Istanbul

In this article, you can find everything you need to know about Turkish currency, what currency to chose, how to exchange and more. There are 6 banknotes in Turkish Lira. The highest value banknote is 200 TL. The lowest value banknote is 5 TL. There are many security measures in banknotes. Take the banknote in your hand, put it on a flat surface. Look at the banknote from different angles. There is a holographic that gives colorful and bright reflections.

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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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A Guide for Istanbul Grand Bazaar’s Best Stores

Known as the ‘Kapalı Çarşı’ (Covered Market) one of the oldest, largest covered markets in the World, and one of the most visited place. In 2014, it was the most visited touristic place with over 90 million visitors. The Grand Bazaar was the most important economic compound over the centuries. And still, it keeps its importance even today. Located in the İstanbul, on a total area of 30000 m2, makes itself a must-see landmark. Older than 550 years, and still keeps most of the cultural traditions within its shops, you can feel like you’re walking in the old times. The Grand Bazaar was begun constructed immediately after the conquest of Constantinople, as a well-thought project of reviving economic prosperity in the city. The ruling sultan specifically wanted this initiative near his palace.

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