Sultan Tourist Hostel

Address: Terbiyik Sokak 3, Istanbul, Turkey | Hostel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSultan Tourist Hostel Istanbul

Reviewed by heatheravan

Great Location.

Reviewed Jun 3, 2011
by (63 reviews) Perth , Australia Flag of Australia

Friendly, helpful, near sights, room small but functional, Free WIFI in room. No Bathroom in room.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Sultan Tourist Hostel Istanbul

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

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A travel blog entry by bugsie on Jul 06, 2013

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TURKEY Istanbul Merhaba! How nice to be back in my "second home", Turkey. I practised my Turkish with the man at customs, albeit a little rustily, but it produced a smile so I was happy. Cam had filled a surfboard bag with kombi parts back in the U.K and was now backpacking with it, but no one batted an eyelid at customs. "Hos Geldiniz" he said. Welcome, indeed. After seven years, it truly felt like a homecoming. Our hotel was in the tourist district, Sultanahmet, away from ...

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A travel blog entry by sooboo15 on Apr 29, 2013

... be doing what we are and that whether at home or away he seems to find reasons to be unhappy ..... Anyway we had dinner with some other people who we got talking to yesterday (John, Margaret, Greg and Pam) who have all been married for 100 years - maybe that is why Pg is snippy ??? And then we went and watched Karoake for awhile which was very painful so Pg went to cabin and I followed 5 minutes later. What could have been and idyllic day ...

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A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 23, 2012

3 comments, 19 photos

... Sultan and his family. The Janissaries were famous for their military skills but also controversial because they were staffed by youth conscripted from Christian families and forcibly converted to Islam. Eventually the Janasaries became so strong and powerful that they were perceived as a threat to the Sultan himself and were eliminated in a mass slaughter.

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