EFE Hotel Edirne

Address: Maarif Street No 13 Kaleici, Edirne, Edirne, 22100, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Maarif Street No 13 Kaleici, Edirne.
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        Travel Blogs from Edirne

        Edirne Tours

        A travel blog entry by tour4arabs on Jan 06, 2014

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        The city of Istanbul from Edirne approximately 2.5 hours bus ride we did a very comfortable and relaxed . Edirne a very important city for the Ottoman Empire . Bursa in 1299 the first capital of the Ottoman Empire , Sultan Murad second period, the capital city of Edirne made ​​. After the conquest of Istanbul in 1453, Istanbul was the last capital of the Ottoman Empire . Selimiye mosque is built on the ...

        Day 28, Aug 9 (167km) - New Country New Outlook

        A travel blog entry by duanet on Aug 09, 2012

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        ... had the carrier on the back of my bike pop off. Luckily I had outrun the pack by then.

        Once I got to Edirne I had an energy drink and paprika chips. Not because I was craving them necessarily but because it reminded me of Cat and her extensive diet plan. Edirne itself was a pleasant surprise. there was a lot of activity and there were a lot of statues and fountains all over. Walking around was quite nice before heading back to the A/C of the hotel. ...

        Haskovo to Edirne

        A travel blog entry by mattbuckland on Jun 22, 2011

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        Friday June 24, 2011, 69 miles (111 km) - Total so far: 686 miles (1,104 km)If yesterday had been a bit bland, today was anything but. Cycled in 3 very different countries not to mention starting in orthodox Christianity and ending in Islam. Quick whizz around the Haskovo supermarket before setting off. For some reason I find foreign supermarkets really interesting places. The morning ride was easy enough ...

        Talkin' Turkey

        A travel blog entry by billnpat on Sep 28, 2010

        1 comment, 14 photos

        ... I will describe the border details a bit, as they were the usual interesting adventure.

        We were aware that we would need to but a visa somewhere upon entry, and one of our books advised to get into the visa lineup before the immigration checkpoint. It also luckily advised us to have US dollars or Euros. Neither of which I would have had sufficient of if not warned. So, we checked through the Bulgarian exit point with no problem. As we approached the Turkey entry ...

        Driving!, Edirne, and Gelibolu

        A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Sep 17, 2009

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        We rose early to the dawn call to prayer (5:15am) and spent some time listening to the early morning bustle of the city before preparing to leave Istanbul. The Atlantis Hotel gives you breakfast on the roof, so we headed up right at the start of breakfast and snagged a table in the open-air terrace. Next to our table was a potted tree with a small koala toy hanging off one of the branches - a little reminder of home for us. The view was great - the Blue Mosque's minarets ...