You can discover fascinating locations in Istanbul with earth in real time. Live streaming webcams can take you on a digital tour to most beautiful places to see and visit.
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A view from the impressive Bosphorus Bridge showcases the colorful waterside life in Istanbul.
Blue Mosque – Sultan Ahmed
Built in the 17th century, the Blue Mosque it is still as lively and vibrant as ever. Seen through this live HD camera, you can truly gauge its impressive dimensions while the rotating camera allows viewing of the surrounding area and traffic conditions.
Egyptian Spice Bazaar
The Spice Bazaar is the largest and oldest in Istanbul. Among the spices, many editable treasures can found here including dried fruits, seeds, and nuts. If you have time constraints, this bazaar is a lot less claustrophobic than the others.
This intensely populated area of Istanbul, Pierre Loti is best viewed in a stunning a 360-degree angle that is quite accurate, even at night time.
Built in the 14th century, Galata Tower was once the tallest structure in Egypt and still fascinates tourists today. Their live webcam provides a scenic area view including both tourist and motor traffic.
Tourists frolick to and fro in this vibrant panoramic view of the intensely populated Taksim area. Within you’ll find a wide variety of shops and restaurants that offer world-class cuisines and can easily note streets and traffic conditions.
The spectacular 18th-century Ortakoy mosque is a sight to behold in panoramic view. In the background, you’ll also see the famous Bosphorus Bridge and spot some of the best clubs and restaurants in the neighborhood.
The iconic 5th century Maiden’s Tower is locally known as Kizkulesi. It was built as customs checkpoint to monitor the entrance of the Bosphorus waterway but is now a popular tourist attraction and a wedding venue that also has a restaurant.
Built-in 537 AD, the historic Hagia Sophia was a Christian cathedral transformed into an imperial Ottoman mosque that is famous for its huge dome. It’s now a museum and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Istanbul.
The Grand Bazar is one of the oldest markets in the world. In case you’re wondering if it’s the largest in Istanbul, we hope that sixty streets worth is grand enough for you.
During peak season, over a half a million daily visitors traverse its more than 3,000 shops and stalls. Due to tourism volume, numerous 5-star hotels and some of the most popular shops in Istanbul are situated in and around the bazaar.