Yigitalp Hotel

38 Cukur Cesme Sok, Istanbul, 34470, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Beim Barte des Propheten

A travel blog entry by gone2asia


Beim Barte des Propheten...
...hat man sich das Fotografieren verbeten - Erinnernswert ist der Besuch der Reliquiensammlung innerhalb des Topkapipalastes auch ohne fotografische Unterstützung. Das ein oder andere Barthaar des Propheten Mohammed konnte ich im schummrigen Lichte der Vitrinen nicht erkennen, dafür jedoch seinen Fußabdruck. Auch …

Turkey - Istanbul

A travel blog entry by jamesandbre


Tuesday (4th) up at 6 this morning to be on time for our courtesy bus to terminal 5, which turns out the hotel was too lazy to take their own vehicle out and told us to walk across the road and catch the free bus. Check in was a breeze and once again no customs or immigration. For first time we are in the front half of cattle class which has to board last! There was a 10min delay for take off because of congestion, but we were soon up and in the air. Turns out that our side of ...

Day 6 - The Bazaar

A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth


... rather randomly until the stalls began to sell more random items. Lots of clothes, bedding, beads and a whole alleyway dedicated to headscarves. Eventually we stumbled upon the Grand Bazaar. Grand is the right word for it. It was massive. The corridors seemed to curve and it was had to tell where we had been and where we were going, it seemed to go forever. Most of the stalls seemed to sell a lot of the same things. Painted ceramics, turkish lamps, evil eye touristy ...

Istanbul, Thursday 5th - Tuesday 10th

A travel blog entry by rach8891

... and the crowd dissipated quickly. We grabbed some beers and walked along the waterfront, following the old city wall. There was a fireworks display over the water. Beth was still unwell the next day so Jeff, Ranald, Camilla and I went to Galata Tower and the Spice Bazaar. After lunch, we chilled at the hostel for a few hours until Beth was well enough to come out for dinner with Jeff and I to Palatium - a restaurant with a glass bottom ...

Turkey: Welcome back to the West

A travel blog entry by vincenttravel


... Atatürk products like busts and paintings, and in the streets he is everywhere, in copper or bronze, marble or canvas.

That night all of us, Dutch and Danish groups, went to see some of Istanbul by night. The most bustling modern part of the city is the area of Taksim, so we took the tram to Taksim square, also known as Gezi Park.

For those of you who don’t know, over the last two months, Gezi Park has been home to sporadic ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Kemalpasa area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii), and Istanbul University.
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