Berk Guest House
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Berk Guest House Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... skyscraper, mall , house - you name it they've got it! The people on the whole are friendly although the Arabs at the airport were arrogant and some of the Indians here are pushy and rude. There would be a lot of very wealthy people here but also a poor element with menial jobs which wouldn't be well paid.. I pity the poor Muslim women with their black clothing and burkas in this very ...
... and across roads. We looked through lots of bookstores and spend hours giggling at funny notepad with Chinglish messages on the front.
In the late afternoon we rested at the hostel, and then went to a kitsch restaurant by the water for dinner. This time I tried the chicken kebab. I hadn’t been disappointed by any of the food so far!
We went in search of the wondrous cakes we’d seen earlier, but they was hiding from us ...
... gets – bells, incense, lots of chants in Greek, processing, and formality. The Patriarch spoke with us briefly after the service, asking where we were from. We were then given a tour of the church and grounds by another staff member (I can't remember his name).
Our visit was scheduled, but the opportunity to attend the service and to meet the Ecumenical Patricarch was a surprise, making it a very special ...
Today has been a day for exploring. After the 5 hour bus ride, which turned into 7 due to the traffic, it was a slow start. Too much aircon lately has given me a grotty head cold!! We spent 2-3 hours just wandering the local streets and looking at the Blue Mosque, Aya Sofia and Topkapi Palace, with plans to visit in a couple ...
... Before entering the Blue Mosque we had to remove our shoes, something I had never done before upon entering a place of worship. I had also never been in a mosque before (as far as I could remember) so I was intrigued as to how it would look inside. In essence the mosque seemed to be one huge room with a very high, decorated ceiling. There were also very low-hanging chandeliers, I believe installed by the Ottomans. However I have to say that I was more impressed by the exterior ...