I'm Traveling to Istanbul, Turkey in 2 Weeks, We Are Visiting a Mosque. What Is the Dress Code?

I'm traveling to Istanbul, Turkey in 2 weeks, we are visiting a Mosque. What is the dress code?

At first you should wear scarf and cover your hair.And you should wear long sleeve clothes and also you can not wear short while you are visiting the mosques.And also you take off your shoes when enter in the mosques. And be careful do not lose your shoes.

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Things to do in istanbul?

Hi, Firstly, consider Thomas P's insightful answer, one notices he's lived there for a while and not as an alien. Secondly, you will probably be doing a lot of sightseeing (your organization will arrange that I assume) and partying with your mates. In addition, do not miss a tour of the Bosphorus by ferry, go to one of the Prince's Islands, experience the atmosphere and tiles in an old mosque (Sleymaniye or Yeni Cami). There are lots of places to hang out with your friends, like Istiklal Street, Ortaky... Try lots of Turkish cuisine and desserts. As you are staying there so long, you can also go on an excursion out of Istanbul, to a different city, or to the countryside. Your family will certainly be very welcoming, you can ask them about anything you are puzzled about in a polite way. June will be warm (30C), so try a Hamam once :) enjoy your stay.

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Şişli—Mecidiyeköy (Istanbul Metro)

ili-Mecidiyeky is an underground rapid transit station on the M2 line of the Istanbul Metro. It is located in central ili under Bykdere Avenue. ili-Mecidiyeky was opened on 16 September 2000 and is one of the six original stations on the M2 line. It has an island platform serviced by two tracks. An out-of-system connection to Metrobus service on the O-1 is available. The station has exits to Mecidiyeky Square, Ortaklar Avenue and an underground passageway to Istanbul Cevahir mall.

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Terrorism has scared off tourists from Istanbul. Why aren't the hotels steeply discounted?

Istanbul is not only an "touristic" city.It is the economical and cultural hearth of the Turkey and also major hub for lots of international companies for any kind of business.Even the if the number of tourists is decreased, i think it will have a minor effect on demand of accommodation in a city like Istanbul

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What can I do with two evenings in Istanbul?

Where are you from? First night you can go to Taksim Square and see the night life as Aykut recommended. For the second night I would recommend to have dinner by the Bosphorus or better if you have enough money on a boat in Bosphorus. Fish recommended. It might be quite expensive but it would worth it.

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Is Istanbul a safe place in 2015/2016 for an Erasmus experience?

Do not concern yourself with ISIS. It's 1200 km from Aleppo to Istanbul and they would have to pass through Kurdistan first (the Kurds, of course, just kicked them out of Kobane). ISIS will cease to exist a week after they attack Istanbul and the Turkish army will be shaking hands with Jordanian border guards. The only reason Turkey has not eliminated ISIS yet is that it would mean helping the Kurds make progress towards an independent Kurdistan (and they've spent decades fighting that movement). Your risks in Istanbul are crime, protests, football hooligans, and police if you hang around protests. If you have any situational awareness, you will have little problem avoiding all four

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Where can I find a decent hotel in a safe neighborhood, but close to the business district in Istanbul? I need to find factories and producers in Istanbul for international export/franchise in other countries. Where are these companies located?

The thing is, factories and producers are located in the Eastern (orlu, Hadmky, kitelli) and the Western (Tuzla, ekerpnar, Gebze) boundaries of Istanbul, which are minimum 50km away from the city in both directions. However, business district(s) are mainly located in the centre(s) of the city such as Levent, Maslak, Kadky, mraniye, etc. depending on the industry.Considering the extremely heavy traffic of Istanbul, I believe you should divide your stay into two parts for two sides (continents) of Istanbul. First, stay in a hotel around Bakrky/Avclar/Kkekmece for the European Side. Those locations are safe and they would be ok for both visiting the organizal industry sites and the business districts of European Side.Second, consider to book a hotel around Maltepe/Tuzla area. That would work for Anatolian side as well

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