When spring arrives in Istanbul’s most stunning gardens, the city’s lovely conditions shift, and a new energy emerges on both sides. The longer you walk through its orchards and gardens, the more stunning frilly garments you’ll see, exposing some of the city’s magnificent colourful characteristics. It is the custom of the people of Istanbul these days not to miss the opportunity to enjoy this sense of beauty, so you will see them leaving their luxurious complexes and offices to spread out among Istanbul’s most beautiful gardens, exploring the green gardens, inhaling the scent of roses and wind, and allowing their eyes to be enchanted by the enchanting colours. Without more ado, let’s look at the most beautiful gardens to visit in Istanbul.
Yildiz Park is one of Istanbul’s largest and the most beautiful gardens to visit in Istanbul, located in the Besiktas district. The park, which was once part of Yildiz Palace, stretches down the palace’s slopes, and a wall was built during Sultan Abdul Hamid II’s reign to allow residents to enjoy the palace. The park is home to some of the world’s most magnificent landscapes, including flowers, plants, and trees from all over the world. Yildiz Park is one of the best parks for hiking, with manmade lakes and tiny summer cottages.
Gülhane Park is located behind Istanbul’s famous Topkapi Museum and extends to the Sirkeci district, which includes the Rose House Garden, which is widely regarded as one of the city’s most beautiful gardens. The garden has been given various titles over the years, including Flower House, Celebrity Park, Noblemen Park, Writers Park, and Philosopher’s Park. Gülhane Park first opened to the public in 1926, and it has been renewed multiple times since then, from being the official park of the Topkapi Palace to becoming a public park open to locals and visitors from all over the world.
It is a tourist and citizen entertainment area located in the Emirgan district of the municipality of Saryer. It is arguably one of the most beautiful gardens to visit in Istanbul. More than 120 types of unique trees and plants, including Turkish pine, may be found in the park. It also hosts lavender and tulip festivals, and the park is surrounded by beautiful wildlife and offers breathtaking views of the Bosphorus. You must be shocked by the colourful crowd in Emirgân Korusu Park, as if flowers were being poured on a carpet’s tulip, a unique blossom that astonished Europeans for what the Ottomans had delivered to them.
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Fenerbahçe Park Istanbul
Fenerbahçe Park, on Istanbul’s Asian side, is one of the city’s most attractive and spectacular parks. The park is named after the Fener (lighthouse), which was established in the Ottoman era in 1857 and is one of Istanbul’s best-preserved lighthouses. It was crucial in ensuring the safety of ships passing over the Bosphorus, which separates Istanbul’s Asian and European sides. The Princes’ Islands, the Sultanahmet Mosque, the Topkapi Palace, and Hagia Sofia Mosque can all be seen from the park, which also has distinctive flora and fauna flowers.