News

İstanbul

Istanbul

How to Get to Istanbul City

Istanbul was once the ancient capital city named Constantinople. It has two international airports.  Ataturk and Sabiha Gokcen International Airports serve daily flights from many world airline hubs, as well as internal flights inside Turkey.  The Turkish Havas firm operates a frequent service of shuttle buses from the airports into the city of Istanbul.  Terminal to terminal services are provided free.  From the airport a 24 hour underground train service is available, or you may opt for an express Metrobus service connecting the whole city.

Istanbul

Istanbul is the biggest city in Turkey and one that straddles Europe and Asia across the Bosphorus Strait.  The old part of the city reflects the influences of the many empires once ruling here.  Sultanahmet district, popular with visitors, has such cultural delights as Blue Mosque,  the Roman Hippodrome, the site of chariot races centuries ago, with Egyptian obelisks intact, as well as the Ottoman Topkapi Palace. Towering above, with its tall domes is the Byzantine Hagia Sophia, a museum – featuring pre 1931 Muslim artefacts as well as old Christian mosaics. Enjoy eating out in this cosmopolitan area with its many restaurants offering a range of modern and traditional cuisines.

Istanbul has attracted many foreign investors in recent years as property values here continue to increase and provide owners with a favourable rental and resale market.

300-101   400-101   300-320   300-070   300-206   200-310   300-135   300-208   810-403   400-050   640-916   642-997   300-209   400-201   200-355   352-001   642-999   350-080   MB2-712   400-051   C2150-606   1Z0-434   1Z0-146   C2090-919   C9560-655   642-64   100-101   CQE   CSSLP   200-125   210-060   210-065   210-260   220-801   220-802   220-901   220-902   2V0-620   2V0-621   2V0-621D   300-075   300-115   AWS-SYSOPS   640-692   640-911   1Z0-144   1z0-434   1Z0-803   1Z0-804   000-089   000-105   70-246   70-270   70-346   70-347   70-410