You can go ahead with your Overpass queries, or take a look at the help page for a start.
One can use the following handy shortcuts in the query:
It is possible to send a permalink with the query you are currently working on to someone else. This is found in the Share tool and shows you a link which you can send to a friend or post online. (Note that others will work on their own copy of the query.)
You can also save and load your queries. For a start, there are a few example queries preloaded. Take a look at them for a short glimpse of what overpass can do.
Ways are shown as bold blue lines, Polygons as yellow areas with a thin blue outline, POIs (nodes with tags) as yellow circles with a thin blue outline. Circles with a red filling stand for polygons or ways that are too small to be displayed normally. Pink lines or outlines mean, that an object is part of at least one (loaded) relation. Dashed lines mean that a way or polygon has incomplete geometry (most likely because some of its nodes have not been loaded).
The Export tool holds a variety of options to do with the query and/or data loaded by the query.
Options with this symbol: rely on or refer to external (online) tools.
Convert the current map-with-data view to a static png image, or a (fullscreen) interactive map, etc.
This holds some things you can do with the raw query or data, like converting the query between the various query languages or exporting the data as geoJSON. A very usefull option is the possibility to send the query to JOSM.
overpass turbo (aka overpass-ide) is maintained by Martin Raifer (tyr.asd at gmail.com).
(restart necessary on change)
Force simple CORS requests (use when the server doesn't support preflighted CORS requests)
Start at user location (html5 geolocation)
Disable warning/autorepair message when Overpass API returns no visible data.
Enable rich code editor (disable this on mobile devices; requires a page-reload to take effect).
(e.g. "400px", leave blank for defaults)
(transparency of background tiles: 0=tansparent … 1=visible)
Show crosshairs at the map center.
Don't display small features as POIs.
Show some stats about loaded and displayed data.
Include current map state in shared links
Show scale on exported images.
Show attribution on exported images.
Enter a name for this query
raw data from Overpass API interpreter
load into JOSM (only for queries returning valid OSM-XML with meta data)
The currently shown data as GeoJSON:
The currently shown data as GPX:
The currently shown raw-data: