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  • Hagia Sophia

    Istanbul has left its mark on the most important and world history, and is known from all over the world. The reason for this is both the world's most important Eastern Roman and it is a very rare city that made the capital of the Ottoman Empire. For this...

    0 by Makayin, in What to see Istanbul, one month ago
  • Istiklal Street

    Istanbul Adalar is the easiest to do with Eminonu ferry port and Kabatas ferry from Sultanahmet or Fatih area. In winter, a ferry trip every 45-50 minuteswhile there is a 25-30 frequent sea voyage at frequent intervals. There are already seagulls just following a long...

    0 by Victoria, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Istanbul, one month ago
  • Ortaköy Mosque

    Bridge is the first one connecting Europe and Asia. It is one of the symbols of Istanbul and Ortakoy. Also it is main background for any photos in Istanbul. With Ortakoy Mosque they are yhe most popular selfie point of Turkey I guess. These all makes Ortakoy one of the...

    0 by Eser, in What to see Istanbul, 4 months ago
  • nisantasi university

    I was for one and half year in Istanbul/Turkey.I did also an internship here connected with my department.This kind of program is giving amazing opportunity for students to improove their self in their study andd to learn more about the other culture's and to experience...

    0 by donika, in What to see Istanbul, 4 months ago
  • Home Party

    We are organizing a house party! How about celebrating the new year together. We are looking forward

    0 by hazal, in Erasmus party Istanbul, 6 months ago
  • Walter's Coffee Roastery (Istanbul)

    Istanbul is one of the most beautiful Turkish cities and enjoys many tourist attractions, making it a destination for tourists as they enjoy the beauty of nature, scenic scenery, museums, historic and archaeological sites, and there are places to shop, so I will tell...

    0 by Sala, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Istanbul, 10 months ago
  • Kemer

    At first I thought that Turkey was the perfect place to spend a vacation on the beach, relaxing near the swimming pools! But this is not only the country of great civilizations, which has left behind a number of architectural monuments. The following are the seven...

    0 by Sala, in What to see Istanbul, 10 months ago
  • Ağa Kapısı (The door of the Master)

    It's a cafe that hosts the most beautiful view of the most beautiful city. From here, you can see The Historic Peninsula, The Golden Horn, The Bosphorus and The Galata under your feet. You can enjoy the amazing view with the Ottaman sherbets and the authentic Turkish...

    0 by Elif Deniz, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Istanbul, 11 months ago
  • Karakoy

    Which city is the most favorable to travelers? Aight! The answer is Istanbul! Istanbul has it all: History, public game, crazy summer parties, historical places, luxury, accommodation, sea, sun and etc., etc. Istanbul is located on both Asian and European sides,...

    0 by Çağatay, in What to see Istanbul, 11 months ago
  • Karakoy

    Which city is the most favorable to travelers? Aight! The answer is Istanbul! Istanbul has it all: History, public game, crazy summer parties, historical places, luxury, accommodation, sea, sun and etc., etc. Istanbul is located on both Asian and European sides,...

    0 by Çağatay, in What to see Istanbul, 11 months ago
  • Kız Kulesi

    The Maiden's Tower(as its another name) This is a very old and a historical place.And i love the look,the location and the view around it... The tower has been standing since The Byzantine Period.So the tower is least 2500 years old.And as the tail says there was a big...

    0 by Kübra, in What to see Istanbul, one year ago
  • Huqqa

    Huqqa Restaurant  This restaurant is very nice located.Right by the bosphorus and easy to reach. What To Eat They have enogh varieties of food and coffee.As i know they do not have any alcoholic drinks,they have cocktails on the menu but rather than that they dont...

    0 by Kübra, in Where to eat Istanbul, one year ago
  • Yıldız Restaurant

    A Restaurant By The Bosphorus This restauraant is located by The Bridge (Fatif Sultan Mehmet Bridge) and The Bosphorus.An stunning view at day or night. You love and enjoy sitting there.Food is nice.Not super expensive but not average too.Depends how much you like to...

    0 by Kübra, in Where to eat Istanbul, one year ago
  • Leb-i Derya

    LEB-İ DERYA MEYHANE Although it is mentioned as tavern(a traditional place to drink and have live music) but it has a very modern,nice decoration.We loved the ambiance there.I do not like very crowded,noisy and dancing people around(pretty much a touristic place) This...

    0 by Kübra, in Where to eat Istanbul, one year ago
  • Latife

    How to go? Whether come to the Besiktas square, after passing the statue of the eagle, straight walk, on the left side comes out Latife. How is there like? This is a boutique coffee shop. Interior design, in brown colour tones; decorated with drawings and posters. It...

    0 by Cankut, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Istanbul, one year ago
  • Bosphorus

    The color of the sea is turquoise in Istanbul for about 1 and a half weeks. The reason why of this is that the number of phytoplankton in the sea increased. These photographs are taken from the Sirkeci-Harem ferry. In some photographs, the Maiden's Tower and the...

    0 by Cankut, in What to see Istanbul, one year ago
  • Breakfast Place Street in Beşiktaş

    This is a small breakfast place street that has lots of small restaurants that serve breakfast. Even though all the places are very small, there are lots of breakfast restaurants. All the breakfast restaurants have "pişi" on their breakfast menu and this is one of the...

    0 by Aslı, in Where to eat Istanbul, one year ago
  • Benazio Coffee

    One of my favorite places in Istanbul is Kadikoy. Anytime I would have a free afternoon or Saturday while living in Istanbul, Kadikoy was the place I would head. Their coffee shops, great views, and quiet back streets were paradise for me.  One day while in Rasimpasa,...

    0 by Kaelin, in Where to eat Istanbul, one year ago
  • Rumeli Hisar (Rumeli Fortress)

    One of the first places I visited when I became an exchange student at Bogazici University was Rumeli Hisari. I loved being able to tell my friends back home - "I have a fortress in my neighborhood!" Rumeli Hisari sits along the Bogaz (Bosphorus Strait) and makes for a...

    0 by Kaelin, in What to see Istanbul, one year ago
  • Istanbul Aquarium at Aqua Florya

    Istanbul is a city surrounded by water. Between the Bosphorus Strait that slices the city in half, the Black Sea in the North, and the Sea of Marmara at the South, the sea is a big deal in this large Turkish city. You are never far from the "deniz" ("sea" in Turkish)....

    0 by Kaelin, in What to do Istanbul, 2 years ago

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