Experience The Best Vistas In Istanbul-ratatouille

Travel-and-Leisure Istanbul is an amazing city with a rich history that goes back thousands of years. Its architecture is a fantastic mix of classical Byzantium, Ottoman, and modern European styles. This has made for a skyline that shows off an urban silhouette unlike any other place in the world. There are many places where you can see the very best of these views, and if you’re staying at one of the best hotels in Istanbul, you might have access to a fantastic rooftop terrace. But you don’t necessarily have to be on the roof of one of the best hotels; in Istanbul, there are many public places where you can access alternative perspectives of the city. Rooftop Bars On the European side of the city you can take advantage of the great rooftop restaurants and bars of the district of Beyoglu. Here, the best restaurants and the best hotels in Istanbul offer up cocktails and gourmet cuisine with a backdrop of glorious views of the Bosphorus, the Old City, and the Golden Horn – with views stretching out far beyond that in many cases. Be sure to check out Panorama, a great bar and restaurant at the Marmara, one of the best hotels in Istanbul. Or you can visit "360 Istanbul", a rooftop terrace bar whose name says everything that needs to be said! Over the water on the Asia side of Istanbul, there are amazing views from restaurants that go from Kanlica down the Bosphorus all the way to the Fatih Bridge. If you continue down to engelky, you can find a whole range of waterfront bistros and cafes where you can enjoy your meal under the soft, glowing of the lights from the Bosphorus Bridge. Almost any of the hotels in the city, especially in the Old City, will have great rooftop restaurants with excellent tables to take advantage of the views. At Palaces and Parks One of the best vistas available in the Old City can be seen from the north side of the courtyard featured in the Sleymaniye Mosque and Complex. It was designed by one of the Ottoman Empire’s greatest architects, and is placed on one of the highest points in the city to take advantage of the the incredible panoramic views. If you make your way to the rear courtyard you can see the Galata Bridge all the way up the Bosphorus. Also, be sure to visit Topkapi Palace, which has some stunning views from the palace itself, but also from the public courtyard where a pathway leads down to the parking lot. Here you can see boats avoiding the thick traffic of the Bosphorus Straits and the glimmering Marmara Sea. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: