Discover Istanbul

Turkey is among the countries that straddles Europe and Asia with a landscape that encompasses beaches, soaring mountains and inhabited by various cultures.  The ‘Pleasant Travel’ has designed a package for visitors who wish to see Istanbul that possesses a richly heritage and was once capital of Ottoman Empire.  The magnificent house of Ottoman Sultans, Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, The Blue Mosque, Taksim Square and Galatasaray, Istanbul Archaeological Museum, Galata Tower, Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts, Basilica Cistern, Aviation Martyrs’ Monument, Republic Monument, Dolmabahçe Palace, Hippodrome are among the world-famous monuments in the city that can often be the most rewarding to visit. We are offering the cheap tickets, cruise, best accommodation, cars and many more to travelers who visit to visit Istanbul, its surrounding areas and other parts of Turkey.

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Hagia Sophia

The world-famous architectural marvel Hagia Sophia, Istanbul. It was built 1,500 years ago as an Orthodox Christian cathedral and later converted into a mosque after Ottomans ended the Byzantine Empire with the conquest of Constantinople in 1453. Later, Turkish secular leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk transformed the UNESCO World Heritage site into museum in 1934 for the last 86 years, drawing millions of tourists annually, but again the incumbent president of Turkey Tayyip Erdogan converted it back into a mosque in 2020. The Hagia Sophia is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Istanbul.

Topkapi Palace, originally functioning as the main residence of Ottoman sultans, it serves as a museum and reminder of one of Turkey’s most powerful eras.

The mausoleum of Atatürk

The House of the Virgin Mary made of stones in the 4th Century AD consists of two stories. Its prayer room is considered the Christian Church area. The fireplace room is used as a Muslim worship. It is a sacred place for both Muslims and Christians who frequently visit it believing in folktales, sagas, epic stories doing rounds around it.

Gobeklitepe archaeological site located in Turkey’s southeastern province of Sanliurfa. It’s said to be World’s oldest temple site. During the excavations, 12,000-year-old diverse artefacts like 65-centimetre-long (26-inch) human statues were also discovered.  Some researchers even claim it may be the original site of the Garden of Eden. Either way, these 12,000-year-old ruins are now famous as the most important and impactful in the world.