Palaces

Palaces

It is possible to call Istanbul a city of palaces. Topkap› Palace, Çırağan Palace, Dolmabahçe Palace, Yıldız Palace, to name a few, are architectural masterpieces reflecting Turkish sophistication.

As one of the oldest cities in the world, Istanbul was the capital city of two empires. Byzantine and Ottoman rulers built magnificent palaces in the most beautiful locations of this land for themselves and their relatives reflecting the trends of their eras.

Palaces

Except Mondays & Thursdays9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.The Aynalikavak...
Except for Monday, Thursday 09.30-17.00 The name of this district was...
Located in Çatladıkapı, Istanbul, the Byzantine Boukoleon Palace was used...
Except for Monday, Thursday  09.00-15.00This was built in 1871 on the...
Except for Monday, Thursday 09.00-15.00 Dolmabahçe Palace, which was...
The Byzantine Great Palace covered an area of 100,000 sq m, ranging from...
Hidiv Pavilion is located on the hills of the Cubuklu neighborhood in the...
Everyday except for MondayBelonging to Damat İbrahim Pasha, son in law of...
Except for Monday, Thursday   09.00-15.00From 1849 to 1855, the...
Except for Monday, Thursday       ...