3884 km /2428 miles
5 hours 25 minutes
The climate is generally mild, with daytime temperatures
of 30 °C
in summer and 10 °C
Ataturk International Airport
is located 15 km from the city centre on the European side of Istanbul. A shuttle bus operates from central
Istanbul to Ataturk International
A second airport, Sabiha Gökçen
is located on the Asian side, 40 km from the city centre.
Citizens of Kazakhstan do NOT require a visa for
visits of up to 1 month. Visitors from other countries should contact the
respective embassy or their travel agent for up-to-date visa information.
Turkish Lira (Yeni Turk Lirasi)BUSINESS HOURS09.00 – 18.00 Monday to Friday
Metro, taxis, local buses and a shuttle bus (from
central Istanbul to Ataturk International
an ancient city with many fascinating places to visit, such as the Blue Mosque,
Hagia Sophia and Sultan Ahmet
Square. Rich in history, it was formerly called
Constantinople (after its founder, the Roman Emperor Constantine) and was the heart
of the Byzantine Empire. It was conquered in
1453 by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet and became the capital of the Ottoman Empire,
with the new name of Istanbul.