The Most Convenient And Cheap Car Rental In Istanbul

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Istanbul Car Rental

Istanbul has been one of the most visited cities in Turkey for centuries, as a world metropolis that has been pelted by writers and historians in the language of pilgrims.

As Lamartine said,” If I were to look at the world for the last time, I would want to make this look from the Çamlıca Hill of Istanbul “or Napoleon's” if the world was a single state, the capital would be Istanbul", such as the Lord of the Bosphorus, this position is more and more solidified.

Renting a car is the most logical choice to take when visiting this great city. In terms of the large number of places to visit and covering a large geographical area, renting a car in Istanbul should be preferred for both economy and comfort.

Both the population and the historical heritage scattered all over Istanbul prefer Car Rental over public transportation.

Istanbul, a paradise of unique Bosphorus views and historical places to be seen without any space around it, promises you a unique holiday with the vehicles to be rented under the guarantee of Ekar.

Come rent your car from Ekar Global in Istanbul, spend your holiday in this heavenly city without any problems.

Car Rental: Istanbul Anatolian side

 Istanbul Anatolian Side:

Covering a large region in terms of area, Istanbul can be divided into 2 parts politically and geographically. Rent a car from Ekar Global Rent a Car, which serves the Anatolian side of Istanbul with its fleet of new and comfortable cars, where the Asian continent is winking at the European continent, you can enjoy the Bosphorus and the streets that smell of history.

Due to the closure of Atatürk Airport and the location of the new Istanbul airport, Sabiha Gökçen Airport has started to appeal to the travelers for which there was no prior preference. Other Anatolian cities after receiving your rented car and transportation advantage, give the advantage of regarding live Istanbul traffic to reach the target point, both Sabiha Gökçen Airport ( saw ) and other delivery points are provided as a convenience to you as you begin your journey.

Istanbul European Side Car Rental:

The historical peninsula connected to the European continent is the side of Istanbul, where the population and the majority of places to visit. 7 of the seven crested cities are also on the European side. The closure of Atatürk Airport and the opening of the new airport is expected to bring a socio-economic flow to the Black Sea coast north of Istanbul. With Istanbul airport, the largest airport in the world, gradually increasing to full capacity, population distribution is expected to move in this direction. Ekar Global Rent a Car serves both the north of Istanbul and the new airport with its Göktürk Office.

Services Offered by Ekar Global Rent A Car;

·         Daily car rental

·         Long term car rental

·         Transfer Service

·         Or you can use chauffeur-driven car rental services safely.

Ekar Global Rent A Car Istanbul Travel Advice:

It is more of a necessity to say that Istanbul is not a city to be told in a few lines. Please open the window of the vehicle you rent from Ekar Global Rent a Car. Breathe the unique air of Istanbul that smells of history and smells of Bosphorus. On the border of a whole continent, dive into the beginning of a whole continent again. Choose Ekar Global Rent a Car for a trip you won't forget.

7 Hills Of Istanbul:

Topkapı Palace Hill: Built by Fatih Sultan Mehmet in 1478 and ruled the Ottoman Empire in this palace for centuries. It has a surface area of 80,000 m2.

Çemberlitaş Hill: The Hill is named after the monarch in the 300's 1. Çemberlitaş, erected by Konstantin, was named after the district. Nurosmaniye mosque is also located in this district.

Beyazıt Hill: It is one of the important Hills in which Teyazıt Mosque and many other places are located.

Fatih Hill: due to the location of the hill within the Fatih complex, the old center can be called Istanbul.

Yavuzselim Hill: Yavuzselim Hill, named after Yavuz Sultan Selim Mosque and Sultan's Tomb.

Edirne Hill: It is the highest hill in the city. Sultan Mihrimah mosque built by Mimar Sinan is also here.

Kocamustafapaşa Hill: The Cerrah Mehmet Paşa mosque, built by Davut Ağa, architect Sinan's journeyman, is on this hill.

Festivals, Carnivals and Events City Of Istanbul:

Kadıköy Mural Festival: The people in Kadıköy, who set out with the slogan until there is no grey wall in Kadıköy, are equipped with magnificent examples of street art, attended by many world famous artists. The festival, which has an attitude of Kadıköy people in terms of its support for street arts as well as the works you can see for 365 days, is held during the summer months.

Istanbul Film Festival: The festival, which held in 2018 for the 37th time, is one of the most important festivals in Istanbul with the participation of all world cinema lovers.

Istanbul Jazz Festival: The Istanbul Jazz Festival, where various genres of jazz music are performed and where there are almost no World stars left without guests, is among the favorite festivals not only for jazz lovers but also for music lovers.

Some of the places to visit in Istanbul:

Grand Bazaar: One of the largest and oldest bazaars in the World, Grand Bazaar has an area of 110.868 m2, 65 streets, 3600 shops and 14 Inns. It has 11 gates.

Hagia Sophia Mosque: Serving as Hagia Sophia church - Hagia Sophia Mosque and Hagia Sophia Museum respectively, the mosque has a very important place both in historical, political and artistic terms.

Yerebatan Cistern: The cistern built during the Byzantine Empire (527-565) was built as a Basilica Cistern. Yerebatan Palace, where cultural and art events are also held, is an absolute must-see.

Blue Mosque: One of the most magnificent works of Islamic Turkish architecture, Blue Mosque It was built by Sultan 1. Ahmet (1609-1616) and named after him.

Çamlıca Mosque: The newly built Camlıca mosque, built on the land with the best views of Istanbul, bears a resemblance to the Sultanahmet Mosque. It is a work of contemporary architecture worth seeing as a large structure and facility where 37,500 people can worship at the same time. It has an auditorium, a museum, workshops and a library.

Galata Tower: Unesco named the tower to the World Heritage List in 2013. Galata Tower, which is high in the pleasure of watching Halici & Bosporus, was built in 528.

Egyptian Bazaar: Built as a mosque complex in 1663, the bazaar has become one of the important centers where products from the West and East are collected and sold. It was built by Davud Agha.

Dolmabahçe Palace: It is a palace of the Ottoman Empire covering an area of 250.000 m2, built on the shore of the Bosphorus. It was built in the 1850s after Topkapı Palace failed to meet the protocol requirements. As a representation of the palace, which is open to visitors as a museum, it is still protected by vigil by soldiers.

Topkapı Palace: Built between 1460 and 1478 and served the Empire during centuries of Ottoman rule. It was built by Fatih Sultan Mehmet. The House of the Sultan and his harem, the administration of the Empire as well as the palace where the trainings were conducted, even the population of the Harem alone grew to around 3000 people. After the construction of Dolmabahçe Palace (1850), it was used only in state ceremonies. However, our holy relics, the State Archive remained in Topkapi Palace. In 1924, It was opened as a museum by our Leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and still serves as such. Sakal-ı Sharif, Hazrat Mahdi (as) The museum, where many important relics such as Hamza's sword and Spoon Diamond are displayed, is among the places that must be visited.


Istanbul Naval Museum: It is the first Military Museum in Turkey. 2 in 1897. The museum, which was founded by Abdülhamit and contains many important military artifacts as well as boats that marked the history of the Turkish-Ottoman Empire, is the largest military museum in Turkey with additional buildings added in 2005 and 2008.

Istanbul Archaeological Museums: The museum was founded in 1869 with the foundation of Müzey-i Humayun (Museum of the Empire). The work, which has grown over time and become a complex collection of museums, houses over 1 million works. Sirkecide is located below the Hagia Sophia Museum.

Galata Mevlevihanesi Museum: As its name implies, Mevlevihane, which means the place of worship of Mevlevi sect, is located in Beyoğlu. The work made in the 1500s is one of the important works from the Ottoman Empire to the present day.

Food and drink advice:

Istanbul has a huge food/beverage industry with a population of nearly 20 million and has a great cuisine that you can eat only in this city. As the city where all the cuisines of Turkey, which has considerable cuisines in the world, are exhibited in common, Istanbul can be said to be a showcase. Here are suggestions from various cuisines;


Doner Kebab


Moist Burgers

Fish Sandwich In The Golden Horn

Eastern Anatolian Cuisine In Aksaray

Seafood in Tarabya and Sariyer