Travel to Hagia Sophia with Turkey Rental Cars

The collection of medieval buildings and mosques in Turkey are worth exploring with a budget- friendly rental car at your disposal. Get a suitable quote by calling our booking support team.

Hagia Sophia


Turkey is popular for its collection of medieval buildings and sculptures which have been preserved over time for thousands of years now. Hagia Sophia is one among the most popular attractions in Turkey which was originally built during the 6th century AD. Hagia Sophia is located in Istanbul, the capital city of Turkey where it was constructed by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian which got converted into a mosque due to Turkish invasion and is currently a popular museum here. The architecture of this museum is a beautiful combination of Muslim as well as Byzantine adornment, which results into a remarkable work of art.

A closer glimpse at Hagia Sophi

Hagia Sophia is an exclusive piece of Roman architecture and engineering and its most significant part is a dome which measures 102 feet in diameter and was once known as the largest enclosed space in the entire world. Tourists planning to visit this museum can head straightway to the city of Istanbul by booking cost- effective rental cars through us. Tourists often visit a new destination in the hope of catching up with as many attractions as they can and with a Turkey car rental deal in their kitty, they can make the most of their stay here along with having the added advantage of making commutation simple and secure.

Today, Hagia Sophia is not only a prominent tourist destination in Istanbul; rather tourists visiting any part of the country make it a point to visit this 6th century museum. It is also popularly known as Aya Sophia and the Ottoman era artifacts and the cavernous interior also makes it the epitome of beauty as well as power in the Turkish history and culture. The exterior of Hagia Sophia is completely rimmed with minarets which depict the long Ottoman conquest which this museum has withstood during the medieval times.

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