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Istanbul's best places to see during your hair operation?

Istanbul's best places to see during your hair operation?


Istanbul is not just a city, it is a living proof of what great empires lived in it. With its walls, palaces, mosques, churches, streets, Istanbul never stops telling people about the true history.

From around the world, people visit Istanbul every year for different reasons, some for fun, some for tourism, and some people fly to Istanbul for medical treatments. It is not a strange thing anymore when you hear about someone who went to Istanbul for a hair transplant surgery because hospitals and clinics in Istanbul have been through a couple of serious developments in terms of technologies, methods, or experience. Nowadays, patients from Europe and The United States find it more satisfying to have a hair transplant surgery in Turkey than in Europe, why not? Same quality and technologies with extra fun and less cost... You can have a hair transplant surgery and spend a couple of unforgettable weeks in Istanbul with only between 2000 to 7000 USD. while in Europe a surgery costs 7000 to 25000 USD. 

Why To Choose Istanbul For Hair Transplant

Hair transplant in Istanbul is an advantage in many ways.Here are some of them;

- Global standarts of hair treatments

- Experienced hair specialists, Doctors and medical teams

- %60 less cost than Europe and the USA

- Stunning location and amazing places to visit during the treatment

- Istanbul is a center of the medical tourism so agencies are extremely professional from the day you arrive Istanbul until you go back. They think of each detail and work hard to make you happy and comfortable during your treatment.

Here are some of the places to visit during hair transplant operation:

The Grand Bazaar:

The Grand Bazaar is the oldest and first covered market or mall in the world. This market is where everyone gathered to do shopping or see the traditional Turkish products.

The Grand Bazaar has eleven entrances and contains approximately four thousand shops that offer hundreds of types of products such as souvenirs, traditional Turkish desserts, jewelry, antiques, clothes, carpets and many other products.

Even if you are not a fan of shopping and do not want to spend a lot of money, you can walk between the shops, take some pictures and then finish your trip eating Et Doner Sandwich at one of the restaurants there.

You can reach the Grand Bazaar through the T1 Tramway line, it welcomes visitors from 9 am until 8 pm everyday but Sundays. 

Hagia Sophia: 

Established in 536 AD by the great Justinian, the emperor of Byzantine Empire. It was the largest cathedral at that time and the center of the world and a proof of Byzantine empire’s advanced technology in architecture. After Ottoman empire armies conquered the city, Hagia Sophia cathedral was turned into a mosque and kept serving for more than four hundred year until the first world war when the turkish Republic was formed and the hagia Sophia became a museum to tell the entire story of 1500 years.

When you enter the Hagia Sophia you will be amazed by it design and interior decoration, it is more than a masterpiece

The Hagia Sophia museum is located at SultanAhmet Square and you can reach it through the T1 Tramway line.

Istiklal Street:

Probably the most famous street in Istanbul.  With the french designed buildings on both sides and many cafes and restaurants under them Istiklal Street is considered one of the most active shopping streets in Istanbul.

There is no specific atmosphere or feeling that you feel when walking down this street but the red old train that transfers people from the beginning of the street to the end of it will take you back to the old simple days.

At the end of the street you will find the famous Galata Tower where you can go to the top of it to see the wonderful view of Istanbul.

The Basilica cistern:

One of the world’s most beautiful places in Turkey. The cistern looks like a huge palace hall with its 336 columns that line up in 12 rows and the construction works started during the rule of Byzantine emperor the great Constantine but was finished in the 6th century during the rule of emperor Justinian.

This Cistern was the main source of water for Istanbul city for many centuries because of its ability to hold up to 2.8 million cubic feet of water.

One of the interesting things about this cistern is the two columns that has Medusa head on them to protect the cistern as it was believed.The trip to Basilica Cistern is very mysterious and historical, you should definitely visit it, it is located in yerebatan caddesi in SultanAhmet region. 

Still, there are a lot of areas to explore in Istanbul and lots of places to visit whether you’re a fan of natural sights, historical places, fancy palaces, or you want to have fun in a festival. You will be able to do it in Istanbul because it is the city that never sleeps. 

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