Venue & Hospitality
Conference Dates: May 29-30, 2020
Hotel Services & Amenities
- Audio/Visual Equipment Rental.
- Business Center.
- Business Phone Service.
- Complimentary Printing Service.
- Express Mail.
- Meeting Rooms.
- Office Rental.
- Photo Copying Service.
- Secretarial Service.
- Video Conference.
- Video Messaging.
- Video Phone.
- Baggage Storage.
Istanbul is a city where you can have a European experience with an Islamic grace, spires and domes of mosques, medieval architecture dominates the skyline. At dawn, you can see people going to mosque for the first prayer as you hear the call of muezzin rebound from the ancient minarets. Istanbul has a very unique ability to make so many diverse things rhyme together. If you are traveling in Istanbul, then you're perhaps going to be spending around 2-3 days in Istanbul before you start exploring the other parts of Turkey.
Turkey is one of the most geographically strategic countries in the world—a potentially lethal bridge between continents. İstanbul is the only city in the world that connects two continents. The city, which is located in both Asia and Europe, has been the capital city for many civilizations for thousands of years throughout its history. Turkey has been called the World’s Island, a central meeting point of three continents – Asia, Europe and Africa via the Mediterranean and over centuries was used as the passage way for invaders both going from West to East and from East to West.
To its south you find Syria, Iraq and Iran; on its east lays Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan former Russian satellite nations. To the West, Turkey borders Greece and Bulgaria-European Union nations. It connects to the Mediterranean, Black and Aegean seas, and overlooks the all-important Bosporus and Dardanelles sea gates, linking Central Asia to the Mediterranean. In a world swayed by energy needs, its nexus location translates into a crucial energy transit hub for Europe, Iran and Russia
Gorgeous Places near Istanbul
If you are planning to visit Istanbul for a holiday, do not just limit yourself to the city. There are many interesting places near and around Istanbul that can add some extra punch to your vacation. If not all, here are 10 best places near Istanbul that you must visit on priority.
Also called Prince’s Island this is a cluster of nine islands that are based off the Asian coast of Istanbul, people can visit these islands by a ferry ride from Istanbul. These islands are popular for the fact that there are no motorized vehicles allowed so there are horse drawn carriages only, the other aspect of these Islands is the architecture and the untouched forests which will make you feel like you have time traveled into the past. This is one of the more relaxing places to go near Istanbul.
Cappadocia is historical place is located in Central Anatolia and one of the most popular places to visit near Istanbul. This historical site is known for its ‘fairy chimneys’ which are a cluster of tall, cone-shaped rock formations which are located in the Monks Valley, there are also bronze age homes which are essentially home of the cave dwellers and there are also churches which were carved into rocks which all can be viewed today. Tourists come here to view these historical sites and also to take a hot air balloon ride over the valley or hiking which are rather popular, this site is ideal for students, historians, and people interested in the history of this area.