Vacation booked.


I AM SO HAPPY! I am going to Istanbul for my semester break in October. I have never been to Turkey before, but I have many friends of Turkish origin, born and raised in Denmark. I know a lot about the culture already, and I have been to several Turkish weddings before, which included dancing halay (folk dance) for hours. The Turkish people definitely knows how to celebrate. I am looking forward to experience the culture and discover Istanbul first-hand.

I borrowed the amazing picture above from the blog:

The picture shows a view of Istanbul and the famous Bosphorus Strait, with Asia on one side and Europe on the other. It’s  a fantastic blog, and the way the girl writes and describes the places she visits is worth reading. I like to plan my trip by reading travel blogs and recommendations, because if the writers have a huge knowledge about the specific place, or are locals, they often recommend cool, and to tourists, unknown places worth visiting.

I am very interested in hearing about some less touristy must do/must see places, restaurant, markets etc. in Istanbul. If you know any good places, I would appreciate it, if you are willing to share them with me by commenting on this post.


6 thoughts on “Vacation booked.

  1. I visited Turkey this July, and Istanbul was by far the most memorable experience! One thing I would recommend doing is getting a “Turkish Bath”, it’s a truly unique experience that you won’t get anywhere else in the world. Also make sure you try the kebabs, they are soo delicious! x


    1. I am glad to hear you had a good experience in Istanbul. I have only heard good things about the city! I am travelling there with my mom, and she has already told me, she really wants to get a ‘Turkish Bath’, so we are definitely trying that, also now that you recommend it.

      YEES! The food is also a huge part of the experience. I am going to try it all.


  2. I just came home from Turkey on Sunday! I was at the beach and in Istanbul too! There are so many things to visit in Istanbul. I def recommend taking a tour along the bosphorus in one of the tourist boats! And make sure to visit the Palace and Aya Sofya😊 you can ask me anything, as My family origins from there😉


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