Turkish State Meteorological Service: https://mgm.gov.tr/eng/forecast-cities.aspx?m=ISTANBUL
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Our language is Turkish but in hospital your doctor or his/her assistant speak English.
Our hospital is Altınbaş Üniversitesi Medical Park Bahçelievler
In Istanbul you can use all of the public transport metros, metrobusses, trams and ferries with one Istanbul Card.
Here are the maps of public transport: https://www.metro.istanbul/en/YolcuHizmetleri/AgHaritalari
Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii): A classic Ottoman mosque with a garden leading to Hagia Sophia. It's a walking distance to Topkapi Palace and Basilica Cistern.
Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarniçi): Once stored the imperial supply for Byzantine emperors built in 6th century. The Medusa stones are worth a visit.
Hippodrome: Was begun in AD 203 and completed in AD 330. This place was center of Byzantine public life.
Istanbul Archaeology Museum: Very close to Topkapi Palace and very important museum contains the history of this region.
Grand Bazaar (Kapali Çarsi): Grand Bazaar makes you feel like you are shopping in a museum. It's a massive covered market.
Dolmabahçe Palace: It replaced Topkapi Palace as the main residence of the sultans.
Galata Tower: Built in 14th century and one of the Istanbul's most recognizable landmarks.
Taksim Square: İstiklal Caddesi (Independence Street) is a shopping street with restaurants and cafes. Also it is home to many churches and old buildings.
Maiden's Tower: Istanbul's Asian shore is easily reached by ferry from Eminönü dock across the Bosphorus. And this building has its own unique legend.