Five Boutique Hotel

Taksim, Cumhuriyet Caddesi, Prof. Celal Oker Sok., No 5, Istanbul, 34373, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Cumhuriyet area of Istanbul, is near Istiklal Street, Galata Bridge, Byzas Tours, and Valens Aqueduct (Bozdogan Kemeri).
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    We’ve come to Constantinople

    A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jun 24, 2014

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    After transiting the Dardanelles and the Sea of Marmara overnight, we sailed into Istanbul at the very reasonable hour of 9am. Many people we've spoken to have said that Istanbul is one of the prettiest ports to sail into as you get to see some of the more interesting landmarks.

    The city straddles the Bosphorus Straits and is the only city in the world that sits in two continents. Three great empires (Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman) ...

    Day 176 - Kebabs, Mosques & Efes

    A travel blog entry by costin on Mar 25, 2014

    ... about the upcoming Turkish election - it was the only thing that anyone wanted to talk about since I had arrived! When we came to settle up our bill, I realised that my earlier assumption had been completely wrong as I paid 70 lira (20) for two drinks!

    Ola's friends left us and we were joined by two more of her friends who took us to another bar, promising that it wouldn't be quite so expensive. We ended up in a bar called Kara Kedi, just by Istiklal ...

    Day three

    A travel blog entry by mirandaingmire on Mar 08, 2014

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    ... it was Greek mythology. After this we moved on to the Sultanahmet Mosque or the blue mosque. men may not have arms or legs showing and women must do the same and cover their hair. they do supply you with the right attire if needed. shoes also must be removed upon entry. this was possibly the best thing I saw today. considering it was my first time in a mosque and the fact that it was this one. the ceilings were beautiful and ornate. at this point we were ready to go and I was exhausted. ...

    Mystery and magic

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Oct 04, 2013

    36 photos

    ... system built in the 530s... Used for a few hundred years, and then forgotten about! 1000 years later, some man started looking into how some city dwellers could dig a hole in their back gardens , drop down a bucket and bring up water and fish! He found the cistern, and then it became the place to throw trash and dead bodies! Eventually, the city reclaimed it, added more "clean up" fish and opened it to the public. It is quite beautiful in a dark, moist, ...

    Istanbul's most famous mosques + old spice bazaar

    A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Sep 26, 2013

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    ... paintings and sculptures in Christian churches.

    Visiting is only allowed around prayer times during the day, and they make it easy by having the skin police hand out shawls to cover ladies' shoulders and legs before entering.

    Probably the most famous sultan (Wikipedia), Suleyman is the one that fought my ...