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Title: Last Minute Istanbul Holidays


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Istanbul Holidays
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  • Founded as Byzantion in the year 660 BCE,
    Istanbul is Turkey's historic, cultural and
    economic centre and links the Asian and European
    continents with the Bosphorus strait. It was also
    known as Constantinople when it was ruled by the
    Roman and Byzantine empires.

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Eating out in Istanbul
  • Egg-based delicacies like the Kaygana and Menemen 
    is eaten for breakfast in this Turkish city.
  • You can also enjoy Iskender Kebab during your
    Istanbul holidays in the restaurants of the city.

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Tourist attractions in Istanbul
  • Besides Hagia Sophia, one of Istanbul's most
    famous landmarks, there is another cherished
    architectural wonder in this city called the Blue
    Mosque.
  • The Suleymaniye Mosque is yet another recognised
    landmark of the city.

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Istanbul Nightlife
  • There is everything in Istanbul to make your time
    after dark a memorable affair.
  • You can find a variety of clubs, live music
    venues, bars and cafes to have an exciting
    nightlife during your holidays spent in this
    Turkish city.

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Istanbul Festivals
  • The New Year's Eve is celebrated with great
    festivities in the city.
  • Muslims celebrate Kurban Bayram or the Feast of
    Sacrifice every year to commemorate the spirit of
    Prophet Ibrahim's sacrifice.

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Best time to visit Istanbul
  • During summers, there is a considerable rise in
    temperatures as well as rates of hotel rooms.
  • Winters are cold, snowy, and rainy, which keeps
    most of the tourists away from the city.
  • The best time to visit Istanbul is from the month
    of September to November when there are lesser
    crowds.

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