Common questions

Where can I find a map of Istanbul?

Where can I find a map of Istanbul?

At this page you can find usefull maps of Istanbul city Including tourist attraction points, as well as Transportation map for Metro, Light Rail and Train Options.

Which is the best bus tour in Istanbul?

Our hop-on, hop-off Istanbul Bus tour is the perfect introduction to a city that connects Europe and Asia. Enjoy panoramic views of Istanbul’s finest mosques and palaces, including the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace and Dolmabahçe Palace.

Is there a walking tour in Old Town Istanbul?

While unrest and war have altered many of the core sights over the centuries, Old Town Istanbul has remained an amazing melting pot of cultures and architecture that you can’t find anywhere else. We hope you enjoy our free Istanbul walking tour! Subscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox.

How to get a satellite view of Istanbul?

This second map shows a satellite view of Istanbul down to street level. Just click or drag your mouse over this map to zoom in/out and move left/right. (We aim to reply to all emails within 24 hrs.

This “Istanbul Maps” page has variety of up to date maps of Istanbul related with the living in Istanbul. Find your new favorite places using our themed and regional maps of Istanbul, including districts, google, cartoon, railway network and ferry lines…

Where is the Istanbul Canal going to be built?

Kanal İstanbul (English: Istanbul Canal) is a Turkish project for the artificial sea-level waterway, which is being built by the Republic of Turkey on the European side of Turkey, connecting the Black Sea to the Sea of Marmara, and thus to the Aegean and Mediterranean seas.

How many tankers pass through the Istanbul Strait?

About 41,000 vessels of all sizes pass yearly through the Istanbul Strait, among them 8,000 tankers carrying 145 million tons of crude oil. International pressure is growing to increase the marine traffic tonnage through the Turkish straits, which brings risks for the security of marine navigation during the passage.

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