by Jason Oliver Nixon
by Sarah Elbert
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Also: Venture off the beaten trail, starting with five alluring destinations in South Korea, China, Japan and Indonesia.
Courtesy of istanbul.com
A 17th-century functioning mosque across from Hagia Sophia.
Church of the Holy Savior in Chora
The 5th-century church has glorious Byzantine mosaics.
A funky neighborhood with antiques and vintage shops.
One of the largest covered markets in the world.
One of the most famous historic sites.
Istanbul Archaeological Museum
Houses an amazing range of art and sculpture.
This pedestrian-only street has shops, cafes and embassies.
The stunning museum is a former hotel.
Fragrant stalls overflow with safron, olives and much more.
A sprawling, 172-acre palace.
FEATURED // Hagia Sophia
FEATURED // W Lounge
FEATURED // Gile Restaurant
FEATURED // Yastik by Rifat Özbek
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