Hansika Motwani is a globetrotter and that can't be stressed enough. Obviously we didn't expect the actress to stay in one place on her birthday month. Proving us right, Hansika jetted off to Turkey, with her husband Sohael Khaturiya, to celebrate her special day. She turned 32 on August 9. It won't be wrong to say that Hansika has been turning her Instagram family green with envy, all courtesy of her back-to-back travel posts. From postcard-worthy pictures by the sea and tempting us with her gastronomical adventure to majestic Turkish architecture, Hansika gave fans a virtual tour. We loved it too.
If Hansika Motwani's Instagram posts at the forefront of picturesque locations made you plan for a trip to Turkey, here are a few locations that you must not skip.
5 Locations In Turkey To Visit On Vacation
1. Hagia Sophia Mosque
If you have the slightest interest in historical sites, Turkey will make you feel like Alice In Wonderland. Hagia Sophia Mosque is one of the major cultural sites of Istanbul. This Byzantine structure is counted as one of the world's greatest monuments. Through its minarets, you can witness the inscriptions of Islam, while it also features mosaics of Christianity.
2. Dolmabahce Palace
Being in Turkey how can we not learn more about the Ottoman Empire? And what better way to do the same than visiting the iconic Dolmabahce Palace? Back in the 1800s this palace served as the main administrative centre to the Ottoman Empire. The exquisite structure was built by the 31st Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Sultan Abdulmecid I.
3. Bosphorus Dinner Cruise
Travelling with your loved one? Well, nothing can be more romantic than enjoying dinner in the middle of the sea on a cruise. If you can afford the package, you should know that it cruises between Europe and Asia through the Bosphorus Strait. You will also be entertained with Latin dance and traditional folk music.
4. Blue Mosque
Officially called the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Blue Mosque will let you witness iznik tiles assembled in an aesthetically pleasing manner. Its unprecedented six minarets make it special in the architectural world.
5. Bosphorus Strait
One of the most internationally significant waterways, Bosphorus Strait will calm you with its gorgeous view of turquoise blue water. If you aren't going on a Bosphorus dinner cruise, don't forget to visit this mesmerising destination.Comments