Istanbul Aquarium is one of the leading aquariums in the world because of its large size and its variety of fish caught from different seas. It has 16 different parks and is the largest aquarium in the world.

Aquarium Istanbul is located in the Floria area of ​​the Pakerkoy district of Ischil Kui, close to Flora Park Park and Park and Ataturk International Airport. It was opened in 2011 and is considered one of the most beautiful tourist places in Istanbul. It is also one of the largest aquariums in Europe and the world.

The Istanbul Aquarium fills 7,000 cubic liters of water in an area of ​​22,000 m2 in private and distributed basins. Some of these ponds are too large to contain large fish such as sharks and other small ponds containing different species of marine fish. Istanbul Aquarium contains about 1,500 species of fish and 15,000 species of marine organisms.

Marine life in the Aquarium of Istanbul is divided into basins, including the marine habitats inhabiting the seas surrounding Turkey, the Black Sea, the Mediterranean and the Sea of ​​Marmara. Such as the Red Sea, Antarctica, the Amazon, the Gulf of Panama and the Pacific Ocean.

The aquarium also includes some amphibians such as crocodiles, frogs and snakes such as the famous Anaconda snake, snakes, birds and others.

Restaurant, coffee shop, souvenir shop and toys that take the forms of marine aquarium aquariums. It also includes a cinema hall that features three-dimensional films with special effects.