Timings : 7:00 - 22:00
Entry Fee : Free
One of the biggest and most beautiful parks in Istanbul, popular among locals for picnics and recreation.
The Gulhane Park once used to be a royal park, part of the outer garden of the Topkapi Palace and accessible only to the members of the royal family. It was opened as a public park in 1912. Since it's opening, the park has had many additions and omissions. Today, it is a huge open space for people to come and relax, children to play around and families to picnic on the weekends after a busy week. The park is lined with tons and tons of trees and lovely flowerbeds. It's especially known for it's tulips, and attracts many during the Istanbul Tulip Festival. The Istanbul Museum of the History of Science & Technology in Islam was also opened on the western edge of the park. This wonderful park also offers great views of the Bosphorus, and is just the place for you to have some time with nature after a busy day.
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