Istanbul Paris Hotel & Hostel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hostel rated in the past?
Photos of Istanbul Paris Hotel & Hostel
TravelPod Member ReviewsIstanbul Paris Hotel & Hostel
A little hard to for the Taxi to find, but we did and it was OK for my purpose. Neat, clean with a free all you can eat buffet that offered just enough food items to keep you going.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Istanbul Paris Hotel & Hostel
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... Artes building and enjoyed a panoramic view of Madrid from the roof top bar as the sun set. Checking out the next day, we poked around our local lane way shops before boarding our flight to Istanbul. Istanbul adventures ~ 1~6 Sept We soon got our bearings in Istanbul. A favourite for coffee was called Kronotrop and it was, of course, full of Australians who had also discovered this rare jewel. At the table beside us were a couple of boys from Byron Bay who told us ...
... lot from our guide, and of course got to learn a lot about the Turkish food! Eating like a local does :-). If your ever in Istanbul - check out Istanbul on Food! Highly recommend it.
We got back to the European side and said our goodbyes to our guide and group and headed towards Hagia Sophia! Despite the fact we had just done a 6 hour walking tour, we thought we'd make the most of being nearby. It was only a 15 min walk, dodging so many people, cars and scooters...you really ...
... Ozzie!" One grabbed my camera, saying he'd had experience taking photos for Playboy, and snapped a photo of me in his shop. If he HAD actually worked for Playboy, I felt in complete contrast to his usual models in my thick plum-coloured jacket!
For 2.50 lira we scored ourselves big chicken rolls, which would be inconceivable in Australia. I also bought some sahlep from a street vendor, which I proceeded to spill all over the floor of the ...
... a few days. We were shocked by the amount of rubbish lying around, but the local municipality was trying to collect it. While walking along the sea front, we noticed bottles and cans lined up on wooden boards on top of rocks. Up on the pathway, were two air rifles lying on top of upturned plastic drums. The Turks had been firing at the bottles and cans! For a while, we potted through ...
... next to the airport. And thus my trip is concluded, though I am by no means ready for it to end :( Tomorrow in the early morning, I'll be headed back "home for a rest", though plans for the next trip are already being laid down. Thanks for coming along on my trip and taking the time to read my rambling reflections. I hope you enjoyed reading them as much as I enjoyed writing them. Until the next time, Ciao!