Hisar Altinel Hotel

Address: Fevzi Pasa Bulv. No:153 Basmane, Konak, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35230, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Fevzi Pasa Bulv. No:153 Basmane, Konak, Izmir, is near Celsus Library, Konak Pier, Kadifekale, and Camlik Locomotive Museum (Çamlik Buharli Lokomotif Müzesi).
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Travel Blogs from Izmir

To Troy and Izmir

A travel blog entry by ruthontravels on Sep 14, 2014

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... t really discovered until mid 19th century by a fanatical German called Schliemann. We also climbed up into a reconstruction of the famous Trojan horse and wondered how anyone in ancient Troy could have been taken in by letting it into their city walls as a supposed gift from the Greeks but maybe they weren't as sophisticated in those days! As it was about 33C now we were exhausted ...

Izmir - A City Off The Beaten Path

A travel blog entry by siren415 on Apr 22, 2014

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I finally met up with the rest of my troll friends and have said good bye to Fernando for the next two weeks as he heads back to SF. I'm looking forward to this time as I know we have some exciting adventures ahead of us!! Our first stop in Turkey (a place I thought was a small coastal town) is Izmir. Izmir is actually a large city where there aren't many tourists. For the three days we were there, everyday was a different adventure starting with ...

No Rest for You! (Best Decision Ever)

A travel blog entry by salbertson on Jan 14, 2014

3 comments, 28 photos

... drooling at the view. Looking into the water, I realized it was crystal clear. It had to be at least 5 or 6 feet deep and you could see every little rock and anemone.

Then Oscar took us to get some Turkish sweets from his favorite shop. We walked through town for a few minutes, marveling at all the little shops along the way. We made it to the shop, called Rumeli, and sat down to order. The owners clearly knew Oscar, and were ...

Ephesus at last - and a few cats

A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 19, 2013

1 comment, 21 photos

... it’s quieter, more shade, but they are allocated ticket times and that’s that. His archaeology was so important to this visit, he really made the site come alive for everyone.

Ephesus was the most crowded city in the ancient world according to Hadrian’s census in the 2nd century with 190,000, Rome had 160,000 – and this was just counting men, not women, children or slaves, so you would multiply that by maybe ...

Enchanting Izmir

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 22, 2013

3 comments, 4 photos

... part of a group tour and had to move on.

Our next stop was a short ride down the hill to Ephesus, an ancient Roman city, home to the Temple of Artemis, of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Ephesus may also be where the Gospel of John was written and is one of the seven churches of the world cited in the Book of Revelation. Ephesus once had a peak population of 250,000 (around the 1st century BC) and ...