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(local transport)


Taxi 1km
(Normal Tariff)





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Currency Rate

  • GBP = 1
  • TRY = 21.32

Istanbul Overview

We know rewards in the form of trophies and medals are coveted by everyone. Turkey was a coveted destination for several empires. Dream World Travel provides cheap flights to Istanbul; a gateway between the Eastern and Western world with its illustrious history unparalleled in the world.

Cheap Direct Flights to Istanbul

The city dons modernity, while still staying true to its heritage having mosques, churches and basilicas. By getting cheap airline tickets from us, you get a chance to see the opulence left behind by Ottoman and Byzantine empires by exploring Topkapi Palace and Dolmabahce Palace. If you wish to marvel architectural masterpieces, then Haya Sofya, Blue Mosque, Basilica Cistern and Chora Church will dominate your bucket list. Later, stand in awe to the beautiful ceramic displays, calligraphy and wood carvings present in the Istanbul Archaeology Museum and Century, and Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts. Like other top-of-mind tourist locations providing cityscape view, you can take in the stunning view of this city and Bosphorus by going to the Galata Tower, after which you can get delicious food from the restaurant and café in the premises. What’s more? You can visit Pera Museum, the Spice Bazaar, Walls of Constantinople and Taksim District. It is advisable to check them before peak rush hits.

Return Flight to Istanbul

Of course, your trip to Istanbul cannot be complete or memorable without going to the Grand Bazaar, while trying Turkish delight with Turkish tea!

Top 9 things to do in Istanbul

8 facts about Istanbul


The only city in the world that is situated between two continents: Europe and Asia


Many people mistake Istanbul as Turkey’s capital. It is Ankara


Do you know why Tulips is a national symbol for Netherlands? They grew in Turkey’s city and were sent to Netherlands.


Grand Bazaar is the largest and oldest bazaar in the world. It contains over 3000 shops with 60 streets.


Istanbul has a population of 13 million and rising. Equal to Belgium’s population, one of the smallest countries in Europe.


Hagia Sophia enjoyed being the largest church in the world for 900 years, until Seville Cathedral came into existence in 1520.


Istanbul has the world’s 3rd oldest subway (after London and New York). It was built in 1875, after London (1863) and New York (1868).


In the Kumkapi neighborhood, there are about 50 fish restaurants along the Marmara Sea and more restaurants along the shores of Bosphorus.