This list of the best tips for traveling to Istanbul will help you organize a trip to one of the most magical cities in the world, a union of cultures from the East and the West.
Spending a few days in this city built คาสิโนออนไลน์ของคนไทย between two continents is a great opportunity for any travel lover who wants to know another culture and way of life totally different from that of Europe while maintaining certain comforts.
The old Constantinople, known as the city of the seven hills, will entertain you with all kinds of unique experiences and impressive places such as mosques, palaces, and markets, which will leave an indelible mark on your traveling passport.
The best time for a trip to Istanbul is spring (April and May) and autumn (September and October) when temperatures are between 20 and 25 degrees and avoid the agglomerations that occur during the summer months. Keep in mind that in July and August, temperatures can exceed 40 degrees, and accommodation is much more expensive.
To travel to Istanbul, Spanish and European Union citizens only need to show their passport (with a minimum validity of 6 months) or their ID. If you are from another country, we recommend you check with the Turkish Embassy or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your country to know the mandatory เว็บพนันออนไลน์ที่ดีที่สุด entry requirements to Istanbul.
To get Turkish liras, one euro is equivalent to 6 lire, it is better to get money at ATMs in the city, before the exchange houses or take the money changed from your country.
Remember that in order not to pay commissions and always have the current change 96ace thai, we recommend you use the N26 card to pay and the B next and Revolut cards to get money at the ATMs. They are the ones we use, they are free, and they will save you a lot.
Istanbul has two international airports: the New Istanbul Airport located 35 kilometers away from the city and the Sabiha Gökçen 50 kilometers away.
The most common means of transport to transfer from these two airports to your hotel or to the city center are:
- Metro: it will be operational in early 2020 at the New Airport with the M11 line that will connect to the center.
- Bus: from the New Airport, you have the IST-19 and IST-20 lines that will leave you at the stops in the center of Taksim and Sultanahmet in about 80 minutes for 3 euros. From the Sabiha Gökçen airport, the Havabüs leaves you, leaving you at Taksim Square in 90 minutes for 2.5 euros.
- Private transport: when booking this private transfer, a driver will wait for you at the terminal, raising a sign with your name and will take you to the door of your hotel in an hour.
- Taxi: the price of a cheap taxi (yellow) to the center from the Sabiha Gökçen airport is 25 euros and from the New Airport 30 euros.