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Discover Istanbul: Top Sights and How to Reach Them

26 September 2017 Turkey No comments

02. Hagia Sophia

The iconic city of Istanbul needs no introduction, it is already known by most as the city split between two continents, linking Europe to Asia via the Bosphorus Strait, former capital of the Roman Empire and home to four UNESCO approved historic areas. In such an expansive city there are enough sights to see to keep your camera clicking for more than a few weeks, but if you only have a short time in this culturally diverse city then you’ll probably want to start by visiting the top sights.

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Istanbul between Europe and Asia, between history and future.

2 February 2016 Turkey 1 comment

05. Catedrala Sf. Sofia Istanbul

I should confess from the very beginning that I love history. I started to love history since I was a kid, when I spent so many hours and hours reading about heroes and warriors, defectors and fighters, about magnificent cities and brilliant kingdoms. But I always tried to imagine how they looked like (I guess that’s why I watch historical movies as well)… Sometimes, I managed, sometimes I could not… But since I started to travel, I could see, feel and taste the atmosphere of many of these places which shine in the history books.

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A Weekend In Istanbul!

30 January 2015 Turkey 2 comments

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The Transcontinental City of Istanbul has its own aura and charm that perfectly reflects the past glory of the city. Spanning land areas of both continents of Europe and Asia, Istanbul has its commercial and historic centre on the European side while most of the population lives on the Asian side. Once you step on the soil of this place that had been the epicenter of the Roman, Byzantine, Latin and Ottoman Empire you could see the time standing still hanging in the atmosphere. Breathing the air of the place that was once the bone of contention between powers that dominated the world.

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Weekend in Istanbul

Sights of Turkey: St. Sophia Cathedral in Istanbul

 

It is the only city in the world that spans two continents, much of its life served as capital of empires, it is where for centuries, the Caucasian, Balkan and Middle Eastern princes were going to negotiate the thrones of the Otoman Empire.It is the largest city in Europe, has tried several times to host the Olympic Games and in 2010, it was the Cultural Capital of Europe. Welcome to Istanbul!

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Low Cost Airlines of the World: Fly Pegasus, a link between East and West

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A large country like Turkey could not afford not to have its own low-cost airline. And because Turkey has such a strategic location, between Asia and Europe, it is impossible this low cost not to be a very good connector between West and East… so, today, I will present you Pegasus Airlines, the largest Turkish low-cost airline.

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