6 Days trip in Turkey

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Turkey is a transcontinental country with a rich history, diverse geography, and vibrant culture. It offers a mix of ancient ruins, stunning landscapes, and bustling modern cities. From the bustling streets of Istanbul to the surreal landscapes of Cappadocia, Turkey has something to offer every traveler.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to TRY
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Day 1

  1. Hagia Sophia

    120 minutes

    Visit one of the most famous landmarks of Istanbul, the Hagia Sophia. This iconic building was once a church, then a mosque, and now a museum. Get lost in the awe-inspiring architecture and rich history.

  2. Grand Bazaar

    180 minutes

    Experience the hustle and bustle of the Grand Bazaar. With over 4,000 shops, you'll find everything from jewelry to spices. Brush up on your bargaining skills and grab some souvenirs for loved ones back home.

  3. Galata Bridge

    60 minutes

    After a long day of exploring, head to the Galata Bridge for a stunning view of the sunset. Grab a fish sandwich from one of the vendors and enjoy the scenery.

Day 2

  1. Topkapi Palace

    180 minutes

    Explore the grandeur of the Topkapi Palace, once the residence of the Ottoman sultans. Admire the ornate interiors and visit the Harem for a glimpse into the private lives of the royals.

  2. Balat neighborhood

    120 minutes

    Get off the beaten path and wander through the colorful streets of Balat. This historic neighborhood is known for its charming old houses and hip cafes. Stop for a cup of Turkish coffee and a sweet pastry.

  3. Besiktas seafood restaurants

    120 minutes

    Indulge in some of Istanbul's freshest seafood at one of the many restaurants in Besiktas. From grilled octopus to fried mackerel, there's something for everyone.

Day 3

  1. Princes' Islands

    240 minutes

    Escape the hustle and bustle of the city by taking a ferry to the Princes' Islands. Relax on the beaches or rent a bike and explore the charming towns. Don't forget to try some delicious ice cream from the local vendors.

  2. Rumeli Fortress

    120 minutes

    Marvel at the impressive Rumeli Fortress, which once guarded the Bosphorus strait. Admire the views of the water and watch the boats pass by.

  3. Istiklal Avenue

    180 minutes

    Stroll down one of Istanbul's most famous streets, Istiklal Avenue, lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants. Grab a bite to eat and check out the local art galleries.

Day 4

  1. Blue Mosque

    120 minutes

    Visit the stunning Blue Mosque, famous for its intricate tile work and six minarets. You'll be in awe of the peaceful atmosphere and magnificent architecture.

  2. Suleymaniye Mosque

    60 minutes

    Head to the Suleymaniye Mosque, one of Istanbul's largest and most impressive mosques. Take in the panoramic views from the courtyard and admire the intricate details inside.

  3. Kadikoy market

    180 minutes

    Discover the unique flavors and products at the Kadikoy market. From Turkish delight to locally made soap, you'll find plenty of souvenirs to take home. Try some street food like stuffed mussels or kokorec.

Day 5

  1. Bosphorus Cruise

    180 minutes

    Take a leisurely cruise along the Bosphorus and marvel at the stunning views of Istanbul. Get a glimpse of the historic mansions and palaces that line the shores.

  2. Basilica Cistern

    90 minutes

    Step back in time at the Basilica Cistern, one of Istanbul's most unique landmarks. The underground water storage system was built in the 6th century and features columns carved with Medusa heads.

  3. Karakoy Lokantasi

    120 minutes

    Treat your taste buds to a culinary journey at Karakoy Lokantasi, known for its creative takes on traditional Turkish dishes. Try the lamb shank or roasted eggplant.

Day 6

  1. Istanbul Modern

    120 minutes

    Discover modern Turkish art at Istanbul Modern, a contemporary art museum overlooking the Bosphorus. Check out the latest exhibitions and enjoy a coffee at the cafe.

  2. Ortakoy neighborhood

    120 minutes

    Get a taste of local life in the charming Ortakoy neighborhood. Stroll along the waterfront and browse the market stalls selling handmade crafts. Treat yourself to a famous kumpir, a loaded baked potato.

  3. Mikla restaurant

    120 minutes

    End your Istanbul adventure with a bang at Mikla, one of the city's most popular restaurants. Enjoy contemporary Turkish cuisine with a panoramic view of the city skyline.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-30 USD per night
50-100 USD per night
30-70 USD per night


Public Transport (MRT, Tram)
0.50 USD per ride
0.50-1.00 USD per km
0.50-1.00 USD per km


Street food
2-5 USD per meal
Local restaurant
10-20 USD per meal
Fancy restaurant
20-50 USD per meal


Istanbul Museum Pass
28 USD
Hagia Sophia Entrance Fee
14 USD
Bosphorus Boat Tour
15 USD

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