Pular para o conteúdo

Explorar Istambul

Istambul: parques e natureza

Parque
“A beautiful park with fresh air and peace hidden in the city's crowd, also has a symbolic stand worth hearing.”
36recomendações locais
Café
$$
“The Maçka Democracy Park is located in Şişli, on the Maçka Valley, and covers an area of 156,671 square meters. The first reference to a park in the valley dates from the 19th century, when the area along the stream, that runs through the valley, was used as a recreation spot.”
60recomendações locais
Parque
“Bring a rug, grab some food and enjoy a picnic under the trees. Locals flock to the city’s green spaces on sunny days, so arrive early to get a good spot. You can also eat and drink at the pavilions – the restaurants are pleasant and they boast pretty Bosphorus views.”
46recomendações locais
National Park
“Gülhane Park was once the outer garden of Topkapı Palace, accessible only to the royal court. These days crowds of locals come here to picnic under the many trees, promenade past the formally planted flowerbeds, and enjoy wonderful views of the Bosphorus, Sea of Marmara and Princes' Islands from the Set Üstü Çay Bahçesi on the park's northeastern edge. The park is especially lovely during the İstanbul Tulip Festival, when tulips are arranged to resemble nazar boncuk 'evil eye' charms. Green-fingered beautification has brought improvements to walkways and amenities, and the park has seen the opening of the İstanbul Museum of the History of Science & Technology in Islam. Next to the southern entrance is the Alay Köşkü (Parade Kiosk), now open to the public as the Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar Literature Museum Library. Across the street and 100m downhill from the park's main gate is an outrageously curvaceous rococo gate leading into the precincts of what was once the grand vizierate, or Ottoman prime ministry, known in the West as the Sublime Porte thanks to this flamboyant entrance. Today the buildings beyond the gate hold various offices of the İstanbul provincial government (the Vilayeti).”
16recomendações locais
Parque
“Macka Parki is perfect for an urban picnic, grab your drink and food and enjoy the greenery at the middle of the city. Meet new people, join the Yoga classes in the morning or jut chillax.”
30recomendações locais
Jardim
“Situated in the Sariyer, district of Istanbul, Emirgan Park covers the area of 47.2 hectare which is surrogated high walls. Previously named as ‘’Feridun Gardens,’’ that area was called Emirgan Park anymore. Because the park was given by Ottoman Emperor Murat IV as a present to Persian Emir Gune Han (Ameer Gune Khan) in 17th century. Then it was presented by Ottoman Sultan Abdulaziz to Khedive of Egypt Ismail Pasha in 19th century. As it is seen that for centuries, it has passed into other people’s hands. Once you step into that magnificent park, you feel yourself in metaphysical world due to breathtaking scenery combining with the seaside; don’t be shocked if you encounter a friendly siquirrel with a nut in its hands. They climb the trees and play with the visitors. Today, it is possible to find quiet places, to watch its charming landscape towards Bosphorus, to lie down and take a sunbath and to read a book on the grass within the park. Also sometimes people can have a picnic here; you should take a sandwich and a cup tea when you come to the fascinating park. If you want to run, you can do it by watching the sea and by listening the voices of the chirpy birds. Except for those features, there are located three excellent Pavilions; they are Yellow, Pink and White Pavilions.”
23recomendações locais
Museum
“Miniatürk or Turkey Miniature Park, which exhibited models of various buildings in Turkey 60,000 metrekareyl established the largest area in the world is a miniature park. ”
26recomendações locais
Well
“One of Istanbul’s best-hidden gems is the colorful neighborhood named Balat. This old district filled with beautiful colorful wooden houses and cafes will instantly give the feel-good vibes. Visiting Balat is best during the morning, it is relatively unknown for most tourists, but we’ll promise: it is one of the best things to do in Istanbul, so make sure to add it to your list!”
21recomendações locais
Parque
“Gülhane Park (Turkish: Gülhane Parkı, "Rosehouse Park"; from Persian: گلخانه Gulkhāna, "house of flowers") is a historical urban park in the Eminönü district of Istanbul, Turkey; it is located adjacen”
16recomendações locais
Outros "Vida ao Ar Livre"
“If you're searching for a sense of wilderness in the midst of Istanbul's great mosques, lively bazaars, and cramped dolmuş rides, then your nearest and dearest opportunity would be Belgrad Forest. Just northwest of the city, this 55,000 hectare proliferation of protected woodland provides plenty of hiking, mountain biking, and summer shade for when the days are hot and the thought of a crowded beach makes you squirm. A very popular area for barbecues, with numerous picnic spots and even an on-site cafe, you'll find Belgrad (Belgrade in English) to be a place of both leisure and activity. There is a 6 km footpath that surrounds a central lake that is a favorite for runners, while there are also a number of unmarked trails that are a rare opportunity for mountain bikers in this metropolis of 17 million people. If you're up for little exploring, there's a massive aqueduct near the road that used to be an Ottoman water supply system that led all the way to Taksim Square, while you'll also encounter the scattered remains of a community formed hundreds of years ago by displaced Serbians from the city of Belgrade. Getting to and from the forest may be a little tough if you don't have a rental car; a cab ride is decently cheap from Haciosman, while buses depart from various points in Istanbul to Bahcekoy, which is a moderate walk from the park entrance. Check out the included informational links for more.”
21recomendações locais
Parque
“ With grass, a playground, tennis and basketball courts, as well as a path for walking/jogging, this is a perfect place for families with children or getting in some exercise. ”
13recomendações locais
Paisagem incrível
“The famous cafe entitled with the name of Pierre Loti, a famous French writer, is reached on getting to this ridge on which the perfect view of Golden Horn can be watched. The real name of Pierre Loti, who lived in Istanbul for long years and was a real Istanbul lover, was Julien Viaud.The historical cafe is the most ideal place to watch this mentioned view. It is said that, in those years Pierre Loti used to come this cafe often, named as “Rabia Kadın Kahvesi” in those years, and write his novel “Aziyade” overlooking Golden Horn.Today, this district, still kept as an original Turkish settlement by being restorated, consists of many spaces serving as a tourist facility”
29recomendações locais
Local Histórico
“Hezarfen Ahmet Celebi was the first flying Turk during the Ottoman Empire of the 17th century. He copied bird wings and studied air flows, than jumping from the Galata Tower he overflew the Bosphorus and landed at Uskudar district on the Asian side, around 6 kilometers (4 miles) in distance.”
7recomendações locais
Beira-mar
“Coffee shops, restaurants, breakfast places street (many breakfast spots on this street, ask around eagle statue in the middle of Çarşı.”
14recomendações locais
Parque
“You can take the tram to get to Golden Horn if you would like to discover the historical parts of Istanbul.”
24recomendações locais
Paisagem incrível
“The famous cafe entitled with the name of Pierre Loti, a famous French writer, is reached on getting to this ridge on which the perfect view of Golden Horn can be watched. The real name of Pierre Loti, who lived in Istanbul for long years and was a real Istanbul lover, was Julien Viaud.The historical cafe is the most ideal place to watch this mentioned view. It is said that, in those years Pierre Loti used to come this cafe often, named as “Rabia Kadın Kahvesi” in those years, and write his novel “Aziyade” overlooking Golden Horn.Today, this district, still kept as an original Turkish settlement by being restorated, consists of many spaces serving as a tourist facility.The district is also mentioned in Evliya Çelebi’s Seyahatname ( travel book) as “Idris Köşkü Mesiresi”. There are many historical artifacts and building in Pierre Loti, commonly visited by tourists and travelers who come to Istanbul in 19th century. Double-epigraphed, wooden “Kaşgari Tekkesi”, dated 1813 and located on the way from the tourist facility to Eyüp Mosque, is one of these structures.Another important Persian-epigraphed building, at the right corner of the service area and located at a trivium, is “Çolak Şeyh Hasan Türbesi.” A part of this building is çilehane(çilehane is a place in which a dervish undergoes and suffers to strength his patience.) and Çolak Hasan Dede’s grave is here too.The historical building, on the same way with “Çolak Şeyh Hasan Tekkesi”, is “Sıbyan Mektebi” or a nursery school in today’s context. (Today, that school is used as a prayer room that belongs to the service area.)The grave of a whirling dervish called “Iskender Dede”, passed away in 1589,takes place in Pierre Loti Tourist Facility located forefront Sıbyan Mektebi that was built by Ottoman history writer İdris-i Bitlisi.One of the two water wells infront of Iskender Dede is the famous “Dilek Kuyusu” (a water well for wishes) Evliya Çelebi writes about this water well in his Seyahatname and says: the people who look in to the well, can see their own wishes they keep in their hearts. There is also a drinking fountain next to the frontage of Sıbyan Mektebi.In addition, a cistern, supposed to be built in Byzantine period, survives in the middle of the garden area in the tourist facility.”
14recomendações locais