Holiday Inn Istanbul-Sisli

Halaskar Gazi Caddesi,19 Mayis Mah No 206, Istanbul, 34371, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the Merkez area of Istanbul, is near Galata Bridge, Istanbul Cevahir, Byzas Tours, and Valens Aqueduct (Bozdogan Kemeri).
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Reflections on Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet on Aug 05, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

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    - people say you get used to the call to prayer - GR is not convinced. Our experience is that the various mosques all start the call a few seconds apart, so - despite the double glazing - we hear a cacophony of amplified voices at 10:30 pm and then again at 4:30 am...

    - the Asian side of the Bosphorus has more defined residential areas, has a different feel and appears ...

    Istanbul, Turkey

    A travel blog entry by carinamjones on Apr 26, 2014

    2 comments, 25 photos

    Istanbul is an energetic, historic and culturally diverse city located on Europe's far eastern and Asia's far western edges. It is the only city in the world that has been the capital of both a Christian and Islamic empire. In Istanbul you will find busy oriental bazaars, towering minarets, designer fashion boutiques, ...

    Hagia Sophia

    A travel blog entry by lisaknitter on Jan 16, 2014

    5 photos

    The Hagia Sophia is an amazing place. It is one of the oldest places of worship in the world, and it is the fifth largest church in the world (though it held the #1 spot for the nearly 1,000 years that it was a church). The Hagia Sophia was built in the 3rd or 4th century by the Emperor Justinian. When the Ottoman Turks took over the city, they converted the building into a mosque. Rather than destroying the Christian artwork, they ...

    Mosques and Magnificent Food

    A travel blog entry by jono.anita87 on Oct 26, 2013

    34 photos

    ... Aya Sophia overlooking the blue mosque and listened to the minarets blast out the calls to prayer all over the city. Keiran and Jono decided to try the Turkish yoghurt drink they were recommended, which turned out to be one of the most disgusting drinks we have ever tried. It wasn't exactly the poster child for amazing Turkish food and drink. After lounging with the local feral cats on the steps outside the Aya Sophia we left to check out the Hippodrome before making our way to ...

    Where is Pete's bag??

    A travel blog entry by laceys.log on Sep 12, 2013

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the holiday had begun. On the way he pointed out a few places including the fish market which was just starting off the new season – fishing has been closed for the summer for a few years due to over-fishing and it’s just re-opened in the last week or so. Fish is expensive here because of that. There’s quite a lot of reclamation going on to make way for new buildings, but on the other hand we kept seeing parts of the stone and brick 'walls ...