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Things to do in Istanbul

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The Topkapı Palace, or the Seraglio, is a big museum in Istanbul, Turkey. It is located in the former residence and administrative headquarters of the Ottoman sultans, in the heart of Istanbul.
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The Basilica Cistern is a chamber built in the 6th century to hold 80,000 cubic meters of water. It is located under the streets of Istanbul, supported by arches and 336 marble columns.
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1,500 years after being built, Istanbul's architecture still hasn't produced a building to rival the beauty of the Hagia Sophia. Dating all the way back to the Roman Empire, the building has served the city as an Orthodox Church, a secular museum, and once again as a mosque. Alongside the huge dome, the highly decorative interior will leave any visitor awestruck that hands are capable of creating something so impressive. Keep an eye out for early Christian motifs inside the epitome of Byzantine Architecture that is still just as powerful today.
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LEGOLAND® Discovery Centre is the ultimate indoor playground for LEGO® fans, with three awesome rides, ten LEGO® build and play zones, a 4D cinema and much, much more. It is located in the Forum İstanbul shopping mall and is easy to reach with public transport.
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The Istanbul Archeological Museums are among the largest museums in the world, with over one million artifacts from various cultures. Since you can see many objects from the pre-Islamic periods of the Greek, Egyptian, and Arabian Peninsula of Anatolia and Mesopotamia, this museum is one of the best places to visit in Istanbul. It was established as the Imperial Museum at the end of the 19th century by the painter and museologist Osman Hamdi Bey. Istanbul Archeological Musems' collection includes artifacts from civilizations within the borders of the Ottoman Empire, from the Balkans to Africa, from Anatolia and Mesopotamia to the Arabian Peninsula and Afghanistan.
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Hagia Irene

Hagia Irene is a Greek Eastern Orthodox church located in the outer courtyard of Topkapı Palace in Istanbul, Turkey. Dating back to the 4th century A.D., the Hagia is thought to be the first church built in Constantinople. It is one of the few church buildings in Istanbul that was not converted into a mosque. Today, it serves as a historical museum and as a classical music concert hall, due to the building's outstanding acoustics.
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A view of the outdoor market outside of the venue
Kızlarağası Medresesi was constructed by architect Mehmet Ağa in 1582 during the reign of Sultan Murad III. It is now the venue of the traditional whirling dervish, an 800-year-old Turkish ceremony, and a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage performance as of 2005.
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You're guaranteed an adrenaline rush at Forest Kemerburgaz, Istanbul's high-flying adventure park. Not only do they have a whole lot of aerial obstacles for you to try out – including a high-rope course, nets to clamber across, and climbing walls – but there's also go-karts, an escape room, and trampolines!
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Madame Tussauds is a world-famous museum featuring wax reproductions of popular celebrities and historical figures. The Istanbul location holds a collection of famous Turkish and international personalities, providing a unique experience for visitors.
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Things to do in Antalya

Antalya Aquarium is one of the world's biggest aquarium complexes and boasts the world's longest aquarium sea tunnel, clocking in at a staggering length of 131 meters, and a sprawling width of three meters. The aquarium is home to a huge variety of aquatic wildlife displayed in state-of-the-art viewing galleries.
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The Land of Legends is a large entertainment and holiday complex in Antalya, Turkey. Opened in 2016, it consists of an 800,000-square-meter theme park, an aquatic park, a shopping avenue, and a hotel.
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With over 50 concepts, Selfie Park in Antalya, Turkey is the biggest in Europe. The facility is equipped with professional lighting and unique props and decor to encourage creativity and make quality social medial content.
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The travertines at Pamukkale are a natural wonder located in western Turkey. Formed by the limestone deposits of mineral springs, the terraces at Pamukkale, translating literally to cotton castle, are a popular tourist attraction due to their surreal beauty and warm spring water. Pamukkale is also in close proximity to the ancient Roman ruins of Hierapolis.
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Things to do in Darica

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FyZoo

FyZoo is a modern zoo and botanical park located in the Turkish town of Darica, just an hour's drive outside of Istanbul. Making for an awesome day trip from the big city for all animal lovers, families, and budding wildlife enthusiasts, FyZoo is home to some 3,000 animals from over 250 unique species of rare and beautiful wildlife from around the world. The zoo's inhabitants include big cats, tropical birds, crafty reptiles, creepy crawlies, and lots more, as well as over 500 types of exotic flora.
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Things to do in Pamukkale

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Alaturka Pamukkale is located in Pamukkale, Turkey. Pamukkale is known for its snow-white limestone, formed from calcium-rich springs, and is a popular destination for hot-air balloon rides owing to the unique terrain.
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The travertines at Pamukkale are a natural wonder located in western Turkey. Formed by the limestone deposits of mineral springs, the terraces at Pamukkale, translating literally to cotton castle, are a popular tourist attraction due to their surreal beauty and warm spring water. Pamukkale is also in close proximity to the ancient Roman ruins of Hierapolis.
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Karahayit Red Springs near Pamukkale are renowned for their unique mineral composition, which leaves the spring water with a distinct red color. The springs are a popular destination for visitors, and the area includes facilities like a hotel and dining areas.
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The Necropolis of ancient Hierapolis extends for over 2 kilometers within the ruins of Anatolia's ancient Roman settlement, now modern-day Pamukkale. One of the best-preserved necropolises in Turkey, the site gives a fascinating insight into the funerary practices of the Greco-Roman era.
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