15 Best Photo Spots in Istanbul, Turkey + Photography Tips


Wondering where are the best photo spots in Istanbul? You are in the right place! I will help you discover the most beautiful places in Istanbul and make sure you have the best photos to share on your Instagram account.

In this article, you will find exact locations, the best time to visit these places, what equipment to use, and many more photography tips.

We will include the best rooftop spots, restaurants with the best views, museums, mosques, sunset spots, hidden gems, and even a photo studio.

My guide to the best photo spots in Istanbul is going to ensure that you don’t miss a single photo opportunity during your visit!

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Best photo spots in Istanbul

Ortaköy Mosque

Where to take the best photos in Istanbul?

This was the place that I wanted to shoot the most in Istanbul. And do you know what? It didn’t disappoint. Now I can say that it is one of the best photo spots in Istanbul. Beautiful Mosque with 15 July Martyrs Bridge and Bosphorus in the backdrop – a true pearl of Istanbul.

This Mosque is located far away from other attractions, so you will have to use public transport or a taxi to get there. I don’t advise staying in this area, but I strongly advise waking up early for a sunrise mission! Also, make sure you wear something colorful, avoid beige colors because you will get lost in the photo.

If you have the time, make sure you visit Mosque inside (it should open at 10 am) and go to The House Cafe for another beautiful perspective on the Ortaköy Mosque.

Equipment: For my photos, I used a 35 mm lens and I think it is the best option. If you want a similar photo, you will not have a lot of space to use a zoom lens. While wide-angle lenses would make the Mosque look smaller and insignificant.

Best time: You have to be ready for a sunrise mission because this is a very popular spot. In winter you can see the sunset behind the mosque and it looks amazing in the photos.

Seven Hills

Seven Hills Restaurant - best view on Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia

Seven Hills is hands down the most Instagrammable restaurant in Istanbul. From my experience, restaurants like this usually serve bad food, but it is not the case with Seven Hills. 

Their breakfast menu is amazing, the staff is very welcoming and you will have a lot of time to take your photos as well. The terrace is basically built in 2 parts – for eating and for taking photos, so this way you don’t bother customers that are there to eat. 

Kill two birds with one stone – have a typical Turkish breakfast and take the best photos with Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia.

Equipment: I advise you to use the zoom lens, but nothing too extreme. 50 mm is perfect to create a cool effect, yet you will have enough space on the terrace to take your photos.

Best time: It opens at 8.30 am and I think it is the best time during fall, winter, and spring. In summer sunrise is earlier, so come for sunset instead.

Suleymaniye Mosque

Sulaymaniyah mosque, Istanbul

The Süleymaniye crowns one of İstanbul’s seven hills and dominates the Golden Horn, providing a landmark for the entire city. Though it’s not the largest of the Ottoman mosques, it is certainly one of the grandest and most beautiful.

This makes it one of the best photo spots in Istanbul. I noticed that there were not many people visiting this gem, so this means that you don’t have to worry about crowds and people in your photos. Yes, a couple of group tours, but with a bit of patience, you can get that perfect travel photo.

Make sure you visit inside and keep the dress code appropriate!

Equipment: Bring your wide-angle lens to capture all the magic. I used 14mm for my photos.

Best time: You can get great photos any time of the day, no need to wake up early. Maybe avoid midday, because the sun gets too harsh around this time. Avoid Fridays, according to Muslims Friday is considered the holiest day of the week, so that’s when mosques are filled with prayers.

Blue Mosque

Blue Mosque, Istanbul

Blue Mosque is probably the highlight of Istanbul, but it has been under construction for a few years and there is no information about the end date. I visited at the beginning of 2022 and I can confirm that they were nowhere near the finish.

But Blue Mosque is stunning from the outside as well, so you can still photograph it from other places. As discussed Seven Hills is one of these places.

My favorite photo spot was near Hagia Sophia. If you have a zoom lens, you can create a unique photo… arrive at the end of the park (near Hagia Sophia) and take a photo on the left side of the park.

I used a 100 mm lens and it was perfect for the distance, but you can go a bit closer to Blue Mosque and use even 50 mm. Might be less impressive with a smaller zoom, but still beautiful.

Equipment: I used a 100 mm lens, but you can do a good job with 50 mm as well. I personally don’t think you should use a wide-angle lens for this location.

Best time: The square between Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque is very busy, so I advise you to come early. Sunrise would be an ideal time! But both of these mosques open around 9 am, so at 8 am you can still take a good photo without crowds around. Avoid Fridays, according to Muslims Friday is considered the holiest day of the week, so that’s when mosques are filled with prayers.

Topkapi Palace Museum

Topkapi Palace Museum, Turkey

Set on top of the most visible hill of Istanbul, Topkapi Palace is the symbol of the city. Visiting Topkapi Palace can take you 3-5 hours and there are many interesting things to see, but it also happens to be a beautiful location for your photos from Istanbul.

You don’t need my help to find the best spots here, but I highly advise you to buy a ticket with Harem included. I think it was the most beautiful part of this Palace.

The entrance fee is 200TL (13EUR) and an additional 100TL (6,50EUR) for Harem, but once again, you can’t miss this location when visiting Istanbul. It is open from 10 am until 4 pm and closed on Tuesdays.

Equipment: I used a wide-angle lens for all my photos. Anything more than 35 mm would be too much because the rooms are small and you want to make sure you capture it all.

Best time: I advise you to be at the entrance at 10 am and visit on the weekday if possible. I have to say that the palace is so huge that with a bit of patience, you can get photos without many people around. Also, a great option for a rainy day.

Taht Istanbul

Rooftop Photoshoot in Istanbul

In case you don’t have a lot of time to take photos and the weather is not the best, you can count on Taht Istanbul. It is a beautiful photo studio where you can create iconic photos from Istanbul.

The concept changes all the time, but you have access to 4 locations. You can come with your own equipment or book a professional photoshoot.

Here you can find the prices for a professional photo shoot, but if you choose to come with your own equipment, you have to pay around 20EUR per person – the photographer is free of charge.

You can also rent a traditional costume and this was the main reason why I wanted to visit this studio. It will cost you 15EUR more.

Location: Süleymaniye Mah. Siyavuşpaşa Sok. Kurtel İş Hanı, D:No:14 D:301, 34116 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey

Equipment: The photo studio has great light, so you don’t need fancy equipment to get great results. iPhone can do a great job! I used a 35 mm lens and a 14mm lens for the lamp room.

Best time: The studio opens at 8.30 am and that is the best time. From what I have seen, it gets very busy around 11 am, so if you can’t make it to opening time, got around 4 pm. 1 hour is enough to take all the photos.

Theodosius Cistern

Theodosius Cistern, Turkey

When coming to Istanbul, I wanted to visit Basilica Cistern, however, turns out that it is temporarily closed. Theodosius Cistern is a great alternative and they make a light show inside.

When I bought my ticket for Theodosius Cistern, I didn’t plan to take photos, however, once the show was over, the place was almost empty and I decided to give it a try. If you ask me, it is beautiful and certainly an Instagram-worthy spot.

Keep in mind that the entrance fee is 100TL (6.50EUR) and the light show starts 15 minutes after they let you in. You can buy tickets any time, but they let you in every hour – starting from 9 am. The show takes around 15-20 minutes and shortly after everyone leaves.

Equipment: Low light setting, so bring the lens with a small aperture. Make sure you use ISO.

Best time: Anytime, but keep in mind that visitors are taken in every hour. Make sure you come 10 minutes before but don’t come at 9.15 or 9.30, you will have to wait until 10.

Mihrişah Cafe Restaurant

best rooftop cafes in istanbul

While visiting Süleymaniye mosque, I noticed a beautiful rooftop bar and you could see that it has a wonderful view of the mosque. It had decent reviews on Google Maps, so we decided to give it a try.

Once you enter the building, it doesn’t look the best, but the rooftop terrace is nice and the view is breathtaking. I advise you to come here for tea, breakfast or maybe some snacks. The main dishes were very average.

The design reminds me of Capadoccia! I can say that this is one of the coolest places in Istanbul and a perfect photo spot!

Location: Süleymaniye Mahallesi, Fetva Yokuşu, Elmas İş Hanı, 34134 Fatih/İstanbul, Turkey

Equipment: I used a wide-angle lens because there is not much space to capture the entire mosque.

Best time: Morning is the best time because it is hard to take good photos when the sun gets harsh. Perfect stop before visiting Süleymaniye mosque. I don’t think it’s a popular place, so not many people around.

Hagia Sophia

Your photo inspiration from hagia sophia

The Hagia Sophia is an enormous architectural marvel in Istanbul, however, it is hard to capture this massive gem. I have to say that the inside is breathtaking, but it is always full of people.

It opens at 10 am (the time is wrong on Google) and apparently, there is no way to visit it before opening. If you want to capture the inside of the mosque, try to visit before closing time. Make sure you respect the dress code.

I still think that the best view is from the Seven Hills rooftop terrace, but you can try to find some photo spots in Sultan Ahmet Park.

2024 update! As per recent changes, there is an entrance fee for tourists to see Hagia Sophia. The ticket costs 25 euros and you can buy it here.

Equipment: You will need something wide to capture all the beauty inside. I used 14mm for this photo.

Best time: I doubt that you will ever find it empty, but you can try to visit before closing time. Avoid Fridays, according to Muslims Friday is considered the holiest day of the week, so that’s when mosques are filled with prayers.

Umbrella Street


I’m sure you have seen beautiful photos from Istambul with red trams, but I think it often gets neglected.

Umbrella Street is one of the best photo spots in Istanbul, so make sure you add it to your itinerary. It is a tiny street, so it’s going to be a quick stop.

Umbrella Street is located next to the Ben’den Karaköy bar. You can also sit down and order a drink to get some unique shots with this cute location. You will find the exact location if you click on the link below.

Location: Kemankeş Karamustafa Paşa, Karatavuk Sk. 1 B, 34425 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey

Equipment: The street is tiny, so you can use anything from wide-angle to 35mm. I used 35mm and a small f-stop because there were some construction works and trucks that I wanted to avoid.

Best time: Since you can’t stay there for hours, you can visit anytime. You might see some people, but just be patient and wait for your turn.

Barnathan Cafe & Brasserie

Best rooftop cafes in Istanbul

Probably the best cafe with a view of Galata Tower. The rooftop of Barnathan Cafe & Brasserie is a perfect place for a quick photoshoot!

Also, the food was delicious and the prices are very affordable. We came here for lunch, but couldn’t take any photos, because it was too crowded and the lights were too harsh. Since the food was good, we decided to come back another time for breakfast.

It is a hotel, so Barnathan Cafe & Brasserie offers breakfast to hotel guests, but anyone can join and enjoy the breakfast buffet. 

Equipment: Not much space for a zoom lens and no need to use a wide-angle. Anything between 24mm to 35mm would be great.

Best time: Breakfast is served until midday. Right after that, it gets extremely crowded, but the lights are bad anyway. So come for breakfast, enjoy their buffet, and get your perfect photo with Galata Tower.


Balat is an area of Istanbul and it is filled with multiple photo spots, which makes it a perfect place for a photo shoot in Istanbul.

It is a down-to-earth neighborhood of narrow cobbled streets and colorful houses, where hip cafes and cutting-edge galleries sit next to old-school neighborhood grocers. I highly advise you to visit Balat, grab pomegranate juice from a local bar, and just get lost in the cute streets.

Make sure you include Merdivenli Yokuş Evleri, colorful stairs near İncir ağacı kahvesi, Dimitrie Cantemir Museum Cafe, Fener Greek High School, and find famous colorful houses of Balat – exact location below. You can explore this place by joining this walking tour with professional guides.

Equipment: No need for a specific lens, 35mm can be used in most places.

Best time: We visited Balat in the afternoon and it was busy, so had to wait to avoid people in my photos. If you have the opportunity, visit Balat in the morning.

The Istanbul nostalgic tramways 

The Istanbul nostalgic tramways

I’m sure you have seen beautiful photos from Istanbul with red trams, but I still think it is an underrated photo spot. 

Make sure that you take a ride on this nostalgic tramway and experience a voyage in the past. There is another tram on the Asian side, but the one from Taksim is easier to reach and more popular.

Below I will add the best location for a photo with a tram. You can capture it on the go, but you will have to be quick and there will be people doing the same. This is the final destination where it stops for some time. The other destination is Taksim Square, but it is way too crowded and messy.

Location: Bozkurt Dolapdere Caddesi NO:245 K:2 D:7, Şişli/İstanbul, Turkey

Equipment: Anything between 35mm and 50mm will give you wonderful results. If you want to take a photo of the tram (without yourself in the photo), you can try to play with a zoom lens.

Best time: Tram is located on the shopping street, so it is busy most of the time, but with a bit of patience, you can get a beautiful postcard with a local gem.

Galata Tower

Famous Galta tower - the most instagrammable photo spot of Istanbul

Galata Tower is one of the best photo spots in Istanbul, but where to find the perfect place to capture it? Barnathan Cafe & Brasserie was a great option for a rooftop photoshoot, but there is another spot that is available to everyone.

And it is near a cafe called Rose Papillon – many people take photos from this cafe, but reviews didn’t convince me. Once again, depends on your equipment, but if you have the zoom lens, make sure you go to the end of the street and play with the zoom.

Location: Bereketzade, Büyük Hendek Cd. No:8, 34810 Beyoğlu/İstanbul, Turkey

Equipment: This street is very long so you can use anything from 14mm to 150mm. Looks cooler with a zoom, but it is a busy street, so harder to cut out the crowds. I choose 50mm, so something in the middle.

Best time: You will need to wake up early because the street is busy most of the time. You can also use a small f-stop on your lens, so the focus is on you.

Istanbul from the boat

Bosfor Boat trip, Istanbul

Istanbul from the boat is another great opportunity to take beautiful photos and capture the magic of the city. You can always rent your private boat trip on places like Airbnb and GetYourGuide.

We found a random boat tour near Hazerfen Ahmet Çelebi İskelesi and the price was less than 2 euros per person for a 1.5-hour ride. I am sure the price has risen since then, but you will find multiple opportunities in the ferry area.

Equipment: A zoom lens can do wonders and capture some of the main attractions in Istanbul, but if you want to take photos with yourself, you will need to use 35mm and wait until the boat is closer to the coastline.

Best time: No doubt, sunset time!

Bonus location – Grand Bazaar or Spice Bazaar?

Mısır Çarşısı (Spice Bazaar) in Istanbul
All photos were taken in Spice Bazaar

I’m sure that you will see Grand Bazaar in every photo guide of Istanbul, but I don’t think it is a good photo spot. First of all, it is messy and crowded all the time. Second, the most beautiful places charge you per photo and that’s not something that I want to support.

In general, I have to say that Grand Bazaar filled with fake designer stuff was disappointing. Why don’t you visit Mısır Çarşısı (Spice Bazaar) instead? Way more authentic!

Further reading for the best photo spots in Istanbul

Or read more about: Istanbul | Turkey

Other useful tips for visiting Turkey

🏠 Need a place to stay? Browse Booking or Agoda
💃 How about fun experiences? GetYourGuide, Viator, and Klook have it all
🚗 Considering renting a car in Turkey? Use Rentalcars
🔒 Don’t forget about travel insurance from HeyMondo

In conclusion…

Topkapi Palace Museum

This is the end of the best photo spots in Istanbul and I am sure you are impatient to hit the road. Remember to wander around and find some unique angles even in the most popular spots.

I would love to hear your thoughts, so if you have any feedback or additional tips, leave a comment below. Also, check out my Instagram for regular travel videos and travel inspiration. Or explore other destinations on this travel blog.

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  1. Moroccan Travel says:

    Istanbul appears incredibly photogenic! I love how vibrant and lively it looks. Theodosius Cistern seems like an enchanting spot for photography—I’d love to visit! Taht Istanbul also sounds perfect for capturing beautiful photos without the crowds. Your shots are spectacular! Thanks for the fantastic guide!

  2. Lovely pics! Thanks for all the info. Can you tell me were to find the bout tour you found by accident? Thank you.

    1. Thank you so much! I just updated the article, but there are multiple sellers around Hazerfen Ahmet Çelebi İskelesi. They are hard to miss as they are holding high posters with pictures of different places that you can see from the boat. Hope it helps and hope you enjoy your time in Istanbul!

  3. Wow, great photos! I wish I had seen this before I went because mine do not look like this 😆 Great tips, thank you!

  4. Simply Amazing photos! Thank you for posting:)

  5. Great read. Thanks for the info.

  6. Sankarraj says:

    Best part about your blog is – you provide google maps location and best time to vist. Thank you

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Always happy to help! 😊

  7. Each of these is better than the last! I was in Istanbul many years ago and absolutely loved it, but I tragically didn’t take many photos. I loved the photos of Balat, with the cobblestone streets and bright houses.

  8. Thank you for the amazing post. I was searching everywhere for the the lenses I shoudl take to Turkey. Your post has answered all my questions 🙂 . Good work !

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much! I really appreciate that 🙂

  9. I always appreciate you excellent photography tips and inspiring photos. I can’t wait to visit Istanbul and see these places in person!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      I’m sure you will love it and will be able to take some gorgeous photos 😍 So kind of you, thanks, Erica!

  10. The mosques are all incredible, and I love the details inside the harem. I missed out on my planned Istanbul visit due to COVID, but have a cruise next July that overnights in Istanbul next July. Looking forward to seeing all these great places for myself!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Oh that’s so exciting! There is so much to see in Istanbul so get ready… I really loved it and I hope you will as well 😍

  11. Valentina says:

    Lovely article! You pictures are always beautiful. You look like a princess in all of them! Thanks for all your great tips and info. You are great content! Keep up with the good work!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      So sweet of you, Valentina! Your feedback means a lot ❤️ Thank you!

  12. What a post! As always, i loooove your photos Lasma! Especially the close up of the kitty in Hagia Sophia! What a great mix of history and cuteness!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much, Josy ❤️ There are so many kitties in Istanbul, you will find them everywhere!

  13. Turkey is so beautiful!! All these places are really a dream!! I still haven’t visited but I hope I can go soon! Thanks for this handy list!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Hope it helps once you actually get to visit! It’s such a unique place, you certainly should visit ❤️

  14. Looks like there are quite a few places in Istanbul to take some gorgeous photos! We have been to Turkey, but didn’t make it to Istanbul, unfortunately.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Maybe next time! Istanbul really surprised me, in a positive way 😍

  15. Such stunning photos from Istanbul! I especially love your shot in front of the Ortaköy Mosque 🙂 I recently visited for the first time and wish I would’ve had your blog for inspo as I hadn’t heard of some of these places!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      That’s such a sweet comment, thank you, Olivia! Maybe that means that you can plan another trip to Istanbul haha.. after all, it’s a beautiful city 😍

  16. These photos are amazing! What a great accumulation of gorgeous photo spots in Istanbul. Some of these places I’ve never even heard of but would love to visit!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much!! I’m glad you found something new here, so hopefully you can go back and visit them all! ❤️

  17. You’re right; these are amazing pictures! We are contemplating visiting Instanbul this summer or fall. I’ll definitely keep this list handy. Great photos!! Thank you for putting this together! – Linzey @thefamilyfuntour

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much Linzey, means a lot!! I hope this guide can help you create beautiful memories from Istanbul ❤️

  18. Elle Burne says:

    Lovely post! I have been to a lot of these spots but there are definitely a few new ones there too. Hopefully I will get back to Istanbul soon and I can visit them all!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you, Elle! I hope you can go back and see even more ❤️

  19. Istanbul looks like such a photogenic city! I love all the colors. Your photos are absolutely spectacular! I would love to visit one day. Thank you for sharing!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      It really is! I hope you can visit soon and see it for yourself ❤️ thank you so much!

  20. I love all of your tips of where to go, when, camera lens to use, and the addresses. Thanks for such a detailed post that I would surely follow if I was in Istanbul.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      It’s my pleasure! I really hope it makes it easier for someone… and thank you so much❤️

  21. These photos of Istanbul are breathtaking! So beautiful…would love to visit.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much ❤️

  22. Oh my – your post gave me some serious wanderlust! I love Istanbul so much, but haven´t visited Balat yet! Your pictures are so beautiful and full of vibrant local details! Thanks for sharing!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Aww thank you so much for your kind words! Balat for next time, right? Hopefully 🤞🏻

  23. I didnt know the Basilica Cistern was closed – was planning to pop over to Turkey some time this year and your mention definitely helped! 🧡

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Glad to hear that! Maybe check Google for updates before you go, but in case there is another Cistern to visit ❤️

  24. Fantastic job picking locations and I love your outfits!!!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much!

  25. Wow! I loved reading about the best places to take photos in Istanbul. All of your photos, dresses and the buildings were fabulous! Thanks for such a great share.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much, Ashlee! I’m passionate about photography, so these words mean a lot!

  26. Wow! Turkey looks so breathtaking and you look gorgeous in all of your dresses. I will definitely be saving this post for when I plan my trip to Turkey! Thank you!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      How sweet of you! Thank you, Michelle! I hope you get a chance to visit soon ❤️

  27. Simply outstanding!! Such beautiful photos you have… I will definitely use your tips when traveling to Istanbul..

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much! So happy to hear your feedback ❤️

  28. Stunning photos ! I love this colorful and interesting city with its unique architecture. Barnathan Cafe & Brasserie looks like the perfect rooftop spot to have a cup of coffee. I have not been to Istanbul yet, but am making plans now. Thanks for an informative blog post. 🙂

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you, Jan! Istanbul is a very unique place and I say it as a compliment! Turkish coffee, right? Because it’s a must when visiting Turkey 👌🏻

  29. Balat and Umbrella Street look like such a cool place to visit. I think I could spend and entire day walking around Balat and looking at all the details in the houses.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      I see you like colorful places, right?! Spice market could be a good idea as well!

  30. All your photos are seriously amazing! Really makes me want to go

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Yay! Thank you so much!

  31. Istanbul is just so photogenic no? I really enjoyed looking at your photos. Your outfits are so lovely too.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Totally! It’s full of photo spots, but I hope this guide can help to find only the best ones! Thank you so much! ❤️

  32. Istanbul is such an exotic city to visit & your post brought back memories of the stunning mosques, the beautiful tiles of the Topkapi Palace and the colourful souks. But there’s so much more to see & I loved your beautiful pics! Thanks so much for sharing!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much! You are right, I stayed 2 weeks in Istanbul and still didn’t manage to see it all.. a good reason to come back ☺️ glad you liked it!

  33. Those pictures and outfits are gorgeous! Istambul has been on my bucket list for soo long, I hope to visit one day!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much! I hope you can visit soon, because it’s such a wonderful city ❤️

  34. Balat is so colourful! I’d love to go around Instanbul and get photos in all of the historical locations.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Right?! It’s such a unique place and a must place to visit 😍 I hope you can do that very soon!

  35. Lovely photos! And great suggestions for places to get pix. Though Istanbul is such a gorgeous city that it’d be hard to get a bad picture! Thanks for all the suggestions.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      That’s so true! Beautiful photos all around, but I hope this guide can still help to make sure visit at the right time and use the right equipment ❤️

  36. Oh my goodness, your photos of Istanbul are such a feast for the eyes! Thanks for sharing your best photo spots, I’m saving this for later so I can get some great photos too.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Aww thank you so much, Jenn! I hope you can visit soon and recreate all the photos ❤️

  37. We recently went for photos at Taught Istanbul too! It wasn’t on our itinerary, but we were looking for a rooftop view and a random guy took us there! We decided to just sign up and we love the pics that we got!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      I know what you mean, it’s so easy to take beautiful photos there! Certainly convenient photo spot for those that are on the clock ❤️

  38. Wow your photos are amazing! And all of these photo spots are just spectacular. I love all of the locations are so vibrant and colorful. Your dress collection is also so impressive!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Haha thank you for all these compliments, Kate! Very thankful for your kind words!

  39. What a beautiful place and wonderful photos!
    I loved reading about this great place, and you make it look so amazing in your words and photos!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much! I hope I convinced you to visit Istanbul ❤️

  40. On the travel wish list! Would love to visit Istanbul. And your post shows so many beautiful spots we will have to see. We would definitely head to the restaurants with those great panoramic views. And would definitely not miss the Blue Mosque. I can’t wait to get Istanbul on our travel planning board.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      I hope you get a chance to visit soon! Honestly, I didn’t have high expectations for Istanbul but ended up loving it! Hope this list can help you plan your trip ❤️

  41. Spectacular photos. Istanbul is certainly a colorful place! Thank you for your inspiring post about this exotic city.

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you, Sharon! I’m so happy you liked it ❤️

  42. I’m actually headed to Istanbul in May, so this post will come in handy for my trip!! Thank you!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Glad to hear that! Hope you have a wonderful trip, Maggie!

  43. Istanbul looks like such a photogenic city! I love how colourful and lively it looks! Theodosius Cistern looks like such an enchanting place to visit and take photographs, I’d love to visit! I also love the idea of Taht Istanbul to create some really beautiful photos without crowds – your shots look spectacular! Thanks for the great guide!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much, Hannah! I’m so happy you enjoyed this guide ❤️ I never been in a photo studio before, but I liked it and understand now why so many people loved it… perfect place to take photos and then enjoy the rest of the city!

  44. Istanbul has so many cool photo spots and you have combined them all. Well done! And the little tips about equipment and time are so useful!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Means so much, thanks! Always happy to help ❤️

  45. These are the best photo spots of Istanbul! Waiting for the next guide! My favorite were hands down Hagiq Sophia and Ortaköy Mosque! Also i loved the view from the Hamdi restaurant and the Dolmabache Mosque! Istanbul really stole my heart!

    1. lasma.plone says:

      Thank you so much! And I can say the same, such a magical city ❤️

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