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COK Airport Address
Airport Rd, Kochi, Kerala 683111, Kochi
Contact Number:-  0484 261 0115
IST Airport Address
Kochi is the financial capital of God`s own country, also known as Cochin. This beautiful place dipped in nature, bustling commercial port of south-west coast of India. Serene Kochi has been drawing traders, explorers and travellers to its shores for over 600 years. Kochi is an unlikely blend of medieval Portugal houses, crumbling remains of Holland and an English village grafted onto the tropical Malabar Coast. It’s the land of fine art and dance, birthplace of Kathakali and kalarippayat. Relax in the serene view on boat-house or set a ride for tea plantation of Munnar or even explore the wild life and nature.
Nice to Know - Kochi airport becomes world's first to completely operate on solar power.
Things to do
Best time to visit - Different charm in different seasons and though it can be visited all around the year. March marks the beginning of the summer in Cochin and temperatures begin to rise.
This magical meeting place of East and West has more top-drawer attractions than it has minarets. Istanbul is a major city in Turkey that straddles Europe and Asia across the Bosphorus Strait. Although not the official capital of Turkey, Istanbul is still very much the heart of all activities of the country. It is Turkey's largest and most populated city, and is also the centre of tourism of the country. Some ancient cities are the sum of their monuments, but İstanbul factors a lot more into the equation. Chief among its manifold attractions are the locals, who have an infectious love of life and generosity of spirit. The city is also a shopper's paradise, with one of the world's first 'shopping malls', the Grand Bazaar, and several streets dedicated to all types of shops and stores. Cruises along the strait are a hugely popular activity as they afford you some spectacular views of the cityscape.
Nice to know - Istanbul, which used to be known as Constantinople thanks to the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great, is built on seven hills to match the seven hills of Rome.
Things to see
Sultan Ahmed Mosque (Blue Mosque)
Best time to visit - March to May or September to November (Spring or Autumn) is the best time to visit Istanbul