The legendary city of Turkey, also known as the bridge connecting Asia and Europe, has become Turkey's number one city in tourism and health tourism. Nearly 14 million people visited Istanbul in 2019, making it Turkey's top tourist attraction.

It provides medical treatments as well as health treatments in many spas, hotels and wellness centers. The city has more than 300 hospitals with JCI, JCAHO and ISO standards that take care of both Turkish and foreign patients. Hospitals have well-trained staff specially trained to care for people and patients from different countries.


Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar and other historical and cultural monuments are fascinating attractions of the city. Kartepe and Sapanca are nearby towns where visitors flock to enjoy the stunning natural beauty.


The obelisks from the Roman period and the Hippodrome, where chariot races were held in the Roman period, are still located in Istanbul's Sultanahmet district.