Julia Pardoe (4 December 1806 – 26 November 1862), was an English poet, novelist, historian and traveller.
Pardoe is probably best known for her travel books on Turkey, which are some of the earliest works about the area by a woman. In 1836, she travelled to Constantinople with her father, Major Thomas Pardoe. This voyage inspired her book The City of the Sultan (1836). Later she collaborated with the artist William Henry Bartlett to produce The Beauties of the Bosphorus (1839), an illustrated account of Constantinople.