The Palace of Topkapa (Turkish: Ottoman Turkish: [Overall Feeling] Tour the entire Topkapa, I just want to say that time is not enough, the attractions are really beautiful. We went with the group. The tour guide gave us two hours to visit freely. In fact, the two hours were very, very tight, or even not enough. The doors of the Topkapa Palace look very mediocre, but when you walk into the palace and visit its collection, you will be really surprised. Especially in the kitchen area, or in the exhibition area, there are excellent articles paid tribute by various countries, as well as exquisite articles such as Chinese porcelain and agate. It's not possible to take pictures in this area. The essence of Topkapa Palace is in the back palace, so we suggest that you must go to the back Palace first. Tickets should be paid separately. One is 25 lira. But it's worth paying. The palaces inside are exquisite, the crystal lights, the exquisite and colorful tiles, and all kinds of luxurious decorations. It's really amazing. It's really beautiful. Many people like to compare the Palace Museum with Topkapa. The interior of the Palace Museum is actually a bit shattered, but the old palace is still exquisite. After seeing the palace, you must go to the cafe on the second floor of the palace, where you can have a direct view of the whole Golden Cape Bay and the Bosporus Strait. Therefore, the Topkapa Palace is really worth visiting.
To Istanbul, it can be said that the old Palace of Topkapa is a scenic spot that can not be missed! The reason for this is that it is not only a world cultural heritage equivalent to St. Sophia Cathedral, but also a symbol of the Ottoman Empire. At the end of January 2018, the ticket was 40 lira. There are two windows to buy tickets. One is the ticket vending machine which can only use VISA credit card. Another is manual ticketing near the entrance. After entering, you can visit them in turn according to the guide map. One of the halls is not allowed to take photos. There is also a hall in which Ah Mu sings the Koran. When you enter it, you must keep quiet! ____________ Otherwise, Ah Mu's shushing eyes at you will be unforgettable in his whole life! ___________
The palaces of the Ottoman Empire from the 15th to 19th centuries, which survived fires and earthquakes, have now become open museums, palaces, murals, jewellery and manuscripts that vividly tell people about the history of the Ottoman Empire in that era. Although they are not as rich as the new palaces on the other side of the sea, their rich details are lingering. Located in Istanbul, the palace overlooks Golden Point Bay and the Sea of Marmara.
The Topkapa Palace covers a very large area. It should be said that it is the most core building in Sudan. The south side is the Cathedral of Saint Sophia and the Istanbul Archaeological Museum, and the west side is the rear palace. Generally speaking, it really envies the life of the Sultan King. It feels better than the Chinese Emperor. In addition, there are many places in the Topkapa Palace that can not be photographed. I hope you can pay attention to these details. It's better to keep the rules when you go out. What else is there to recite in the exhibition hall (the Koran? Or praise the Sudan, or show respect for the restaurants and cafes on the side of the Strait, which are very expensive, or don't eat in them.
On the last day of the trip, I visited the old Byzantine Sultan Palace, Dupac Palace, Groundwater Palace, Grand Bazaar, a beautiful commodity waiting for return. Romantic Blue Turkey. If you are with your lover, here is the Blue Aegean Sea. If you are with your friends, here is the Pure Cotton Castle. If you are with your family, here is the Cappadochia hot air balloon, everything is small and spiritual, though it is a long journey. Involving the beautiful scenery but still remembering the unforgettable memories
The old Turkish palace, as its name implies, used to be the place where the emperor lived. Now it is mainly used for tourism. There are many ancient swords, guns, clocks and so on. No photos are allowed. In the old palace there is a place to see the Bosbruth Strait. Blue Mosque, Topkapa Palace, Underground Water Palace and St. Sophia Cathedral are all close to each other and can be visited together.
The Old Palace of Topkapa is still guarded by armed Turkish military forces. Compared with the new palace, the old palace has a more low-key appearance, but it is not difficult to see from the interior that the Ottoman Empire was prosperous at that time. Now the old palace is more like a museum, and there are very beautiful seascapes, language can not understand only to listen to the guide's lecture about, a few important libraries are not allowed to take photos, the rest to see a lively.
Topkapa Palace is the old palace in Istanbul, close to St. Sophia Cathedral. Tickets are 40 lira, or you can buy a package of 85 lira, generic. The old palace is very large. It takes about two to three hours to visit it. There are many museums to visit. The scenery of the old palace is also very good. It is suitable for walking. Especially in the seaside part of the palace, it is very beautiful. It can overlook the Jinjiao Bay and the new urban area opposite the bridge. It's also a must-see place in Istanbul. It's really a good place to visit.
Topkapa Palace, the official residence and main residence of the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in the city from 1465 to 1853, has now been transformed into a museum. Visitors lined up for a glimpse of the past and amazing treasures of Royal life. The gardens are also well worth visiting. They have unique geographical advantages. The Marmara Sea and the Golden Cape Bay have many Byzantine buildings in their courtyards.
Located at the junction of the Bosporus Strait with the Golden Horn Bay and the Marmara Sea, the Old Palace of Topkap, the center of the Ottoman Empire from the 15th to 19th centuries, has been transformed into a museum to show the world the past and amazing treasures of Royal life.