It’s easy to get infatuated with a city that’s both old and new, religious and secular, European and Asian.
The magic of Istanbul is best discovered on foot, writes Ben Groundwater.
In the last decade, a once squalid Istanbul quarter has become the place to be, finds Michael Gebicki.
Turkey-born chef Murat Ovaz shares his tips about the best places and dishes to eat in Istanbul.
It's worth checking what the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade advises.
The range and depth of Turkish food goes way beyond dips, breads and the humble kebab.
This southern coastline is delightful – bleached cliffs with fishing villages tucked away in tiny coves.
Dotted with ancient mosques, palaces and roman ruins, Turkey is drenched in history and blessed in beauty. Gaze open-mouthed at the Bosphorus' mind-boggling vista or the bizarre fairy chimney landscape of Cappadocia. Get a history lesson on the battlefields of Gallipoli, or chill in the pools of Pammukale. No trip is complete without a dip in the azure waters that line its coast or a rub-down in a bath house.