Hotel Daphnis

Address: Abdi Subasi Mah. Dr. Sadik Ahmet Cad. No:12 Fener, Fatih, Istanbul, 80140, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Yavuz Sultan Selim area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Sultanahmet Hamami, Fethiye Camii, and Aynalikavak Mansion.
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    Private Day Tour Day 2

    A travel blog entry by geoffbro on May 23, 2015

    2 comments, 73 photos

    ... considered to be the most beautiful, more beautiful than the Blue Mosque. It was built between 1550 and 1557 by Sinan and like most mosques is on top of a hill. The mosque is conspicuous by its great size; it has 4 minarets…one in each corner of the courtyard.

    We went to the Chora Museum …also known as Church of Khora. This museum is well known for its elaborate Byzantine mosaics. This is also an old church. These mosaics date back to 1316 to ...

    Topkapi palace and day of rest

    A travel blog entry by rubberducky_me on Apr 18, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    We decided to head up to Topkapi palace, the only must do we hadn't yet to do. It was Saturday morning and BUSY. We saw some cool old style weapons from elephant shields to Ivory guns, to giant diamonds and a chest full of massive emeralds and jewels. I realise where they get the word ottoman from with lots of low lying lounges in the palace, perfect for relaxing with your haram. We walked a lot this day down to ...

    DAY 38: Friday, 10 October

    A travel blog entry by calogie on Oct 10, 2014

    ... of crystal chandeliers in any palace. The main chamber used for formal/State ceremonies is the largest of its kind in Europe. The harem was more modest but still huge. It consisted of four floors. The basement was where the concubines were trained, and once fully prepped they then were housed on the top floor. The entry level was for exactly that, entry and egress, and the second floor was where the Sultan lived with all the female members of his family and boys ...

    A day of travel, but we arrived!

    A travel blog entry by kerrycrawford on Jul 12, 2014

    5 photos

    San Francisco to Frankfurt, then on to Istanbul. Got here at 11 at night, to the hotel by midnight . We decided to take a late night walk. The city was alive! Packed with people, stores were open and they were filming a TV show right outside Hagia Sofia. We were to bed by 2:00 am and now ready to start our first full day in Istanbul. Well Jim and I are ready, no sign of Ian and Yvonne ...

    Places old and new

    A travel blog entry by henriksenv on Jun 05, 2014

    36 photos

    Rustem Pasa Camii, my favorite Istanbul mosque, is tucked away in a corner close to Eminonu and the Spice Bazaar. The narrow street is filled with paper goods sellers - from cardboard boxes to party favors. The shop awnings nearly block out the sun, and give the feeling of walking through a tent. Turn a corner, and here is an arched doorway and marble stairs, the treads worn down in the middle from years of shuffling feet. At the top of the stairs you find a silent ...