$35 - $91
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN ISTANBUL||Fatih||46% cheaper||Vacation rentals in Fatih are the cheapest in Istanbul at just $35 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN ISTANBUL||Besiktas||28% more expensive||Besiktas has the highest priced vacation rentals in Istanbul with properties averaging $91 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN ISTANBUL||Fatih||82% more users visited||More momondo users search for vacation rentals in Fatih than any other neighborhood in Istanbul|
Binbirdirek Mahallesi Dizdariye Cesmesi Sokak No: 9 Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey
|Low Season||August||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||January||most expensive time to stay|
|78%||expected price decrease|
|87%||expected price increase|
$50 - $1,699
|Cheapest day of week||Friday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Thursday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
Getting around Istanbul is easy as the city boasts a developed and extensive public transit network. You can conveniently connect to your preferred Istanbul destinations through the public means available, including tram, buses, metro, shared taxi, ferry, and funicular. The most popular way to explore the Turkish city is via trams and buses, which handily cover the tourist highlights in Istanbul. However, it is essential to note that buses don't feature maps or announce stops; thus, you should stay on the watch for your destination. Also, while the metro is reliable and inexpensive, its stops are further apart, hence not suitable for tourist excursions. You will have to obtain an Istanbulkart card or limited use ticket to take the city's buses. The ticket costs around $1.50 and is eligible for ferries, trams, metros, and buses, while the Instabulkart card costs around $1 and is exclusive to bus rides. Moreover, Istanbul is walkable, and you can explore exciting neighborhoods such as Eminönü and Sultanahmet.
Istanbul offers many impressive attractions that meet every itinerary need. You can book Istanbul hotels in the heart of the city center through momondo to conveniently explore the city's popular gems. If you seek to escape the bustle of the city, head to Belgrad Forest and soak in nature's splendor. You can also enjoy fun-filled activities in the forest, including hiking, trekking, and nature walks through its various scenic trails. History geeks will love checking out the Istanbul Archaeology Museums, right at the heart of the Sultanahmet neighborhood. The museums feature a comprehensive selection of artifacts and art from the Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods. Also, shopping enthusiasts can extend their shopping spree to Istanbul at the Grand Bazaar. The shopping hub is the largest market in size coverage, offering a rich history and a range of merchants, ideal for grabbing a souvenir. If you wish to relish the stunning views of Istanbul in a thrilling panorama, join a cruise on the Bosphorus river. This river features many cruise tours to explore the entire river sections, from the Black Sea to the Marmara Sea.
Istanbul comes to life once the sun goes down. Therefore, the city is a great fit for travelers seeking sensational nightlife as it offers a diverse range of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. The Beyoglu district, which has a plethora of wine bars, jazz places, and chic rooftop pubs, is the perfect place to begin your nightlife adventure. Some of the notable attractions in this neighborhood include Taksim Club IQ, Kloster, and Ritim. Also, besides integrating Europe and Asia culturally and geographically, Istanbul combines their culinary scenes. You can taste the amazing fusion of the classic cuisines from the two continents in several dining options in the city. If you don't know where to start your culinary experience, find cheap hotels in Istanbul near the Sultanahmet district, hosting the most dining options in the city. Some of the reputable names in the district include Balıkçı Sabahattin, Hocapaşa Pidecisi, and Bitlisli.
Lowest Vacation Rental Price
About 8 nights is the most common choice for those booking vacation apartment rentals in Istanbul.
Around $86 per night is the typical cost of a vacation apartment in Istanbul - note that if you are booking an apartment for a larger group or require more rooms and facilities in your rental, the price will likely be higher.
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