Hotel Eris

Address: Istasyon Arkasi Sok. No:9 Sirkeci, Fatih, Istanbul, 34420, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Topkapi Palace, Gulhane Park, Eminonu Pier, and Kapah Carsi.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Turkey

    A travel blog entry by kategreen on Jun 19, 2015

    16 photos

    ... The Turkish version of Big Brother was on TV where we were eating, and it was so interesting to se the difference. We drove for a few more hours and reached Gallipoli. We stopped at ANZAC Cove, Lone Pine Cemetery, the Turkish Memorial and the New Zealand Memorial. There were some great views from up there, and a lot of the trenches still remained and we were able the walk through them. The experience was surprisingly emotional, even the ...

    Day 25 - Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 19, 2015

    22 photos

    ... the road and saw one of the original facades of the Hippodrome that still stands there today. It is bloody cold out.

    Missed the Blue Mosque (although saw the outside) because our guide said it was better to see the Hagia Sofia inside and avoid the long queues and instead to visit the Sistine. So we did that and walked about inside Hagia; he gave us ten minutes free time to wander about; which turned into ...

    The only city in Europe and Asia

    A travel blog entry by lchristopher12 on Apr 04, 2015

    1 comment, 159 photos

    ... bright colors and fine workmanship. While everyone has heard of the Hagia Sophia at some point, one may not realize that this building has a more subtle beauty. The glass and gold mosaics covering the ceiling on the museum is the most flashy part of the building. I think my classmates were a little confused this was the building most talked about, but not as grand as some of the other buildings we saw. But hey, thats what to expect after 1,000 years! Lastly, Dolmabahçe ...

    Istanbul.

    A travel blog entry by jessicaalice on Jun 05, 2014

    5 photos

    Made it to Istanbul. We just winged it and caught one of the local shuttle busses heading for Taksim Square, our base for the next three days. Following the hostels instructions to a tee we made it to Cenego 'chill out' hostel, with a little help from a shop owner who clearly realised we were looking for the hostel...I think our backpacks gave us away?! The first day we spent exploring 'old town' Istanbul, went to Aya Sofia, first a Greek church, then a mosque and now ...

    Finally siteseeing

    A travel blog entry by gravittkiki on Oct 11, 2013

    5 photos

    ... way into the Hagia of Sophia. The Hagia of Sophia was built in 360 for Constatine the Great. When Constaninople surrendered, Sultan Mchmet had the church converted into a mosque on June 1, 1453. The. On November 24, 1934 the Turkish government declared the secularization of the mosque and it became a museum. Now that I am finally up for a little site seeing I decide to book a 4 day trip around part of Turkey. I book the tour with the travel agent attached to my hostel, Istanbul ...