Top 5 Places to Travel After the Virus, Part 3: Istanbul
Posted 02/26/2021 02:28PM

Top five places to travel after the virus

( part three )

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Since travel is pretty restricted right now, this is a five-part series of cool places you can travel to once traveling is available again.

In third place is Istanbul. Istanbul is located in Turkey and is another beautiful country you should definitely go and visit.

This is one of the countries I have been to that I thought was absolutely beautiful. Istanbul is very open and there is a lot you can see and do. I highly recommend going to Istinye Mall. This mall is enormous and the location is really pretty. The restaurants there are also very good and you can get a view of the city while you enjoy a tasty meal.

(one of the views from the restaurant)

Another fun place you can go to in Istanbul is their street Bazaars. If you stop by there you can find all sorts of things such as jewelry, Turkish tea, Turkish lamps and even Turkish desserts like Baklava and Turkish delight. I also recommend touring the city in general. The city has numerous shops and restaurants to choose from. As you tour throughout the city you will see a lot of mosques as Turkey is a Muslim country. The cool thing about this is that you can go and visit the Mosques. One of the most popular ones is the Blue Mosque. This Mosque is a popular tourist attraction as the exterior of the mosque is glamorous and has blue tiling all around it. This is why this mosque is known as the blue mosque.

(Blue mosque)

Overall Turkey is an amazing country whatever city you choose to visit. Turkey is typically pretty warm, I went in November and it was 75 degrees fahrenheit. The hotels are pretty good, but the people do not know a lot of English so I recommend using your google translate. Enjoy Turkey if you choose to go there.

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