Izmir Princess Hotel

Address: Narlidere, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35331, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Narlidere, Izmir, is near Saat Kulesi (Clock Tower), Aphrodisias, Konak Square, and The Agora.
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    Travel Blogs from Izmir

    Blog 20- Izmir& Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Aug 21, 2014

    ... were built to keep the area for pedestrians only. Terrace houses were built so that the each house had a shaded area in front. The peristyle(courtyard) mosaics were visible & in wonderful condition. Geometric designs in limestone & terra cotta.
    The inscription museum was fabulous not least because we could trace over the words with our fingers. Looking up the via were rows of Cypress trees & columns- ...

    Izmir - A City Off The Beaten Path

    A travel blog entry by siren415 on Apr 22, 2014

    18 photos

    ... and walking on the same stones that these people also walked on. As you can see by some of the pictures, Angelica and I took it very seriously as we set foot in the baptismal pool :p That evening we spent our last night in Izmir eating dinner at an old Greek mansion converted into a restaurant. Food was yummy, too! All in all, Izmir was a very interesting city despite few people speaking any English. Next up on the Spice Girls World tour - ...

    Islamic Music 101

    A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 16, 2014

    1 comment

    ... on Islamic music just for you!!! First off there is absolutely no difference between Muslim and Islamic music. Both are considered to be sacred! Just like Christianity, Islam stems from Judaism. So all three religions have the same roots. The God that Islamic faith worships is Allah, and they believe that Jesus is a prophet just like Muhammad. Islam aims for ...

    Bring out your dead...

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 12, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... br> The size of Hierapolis is because it is home to the largest surviving Roman necropolis. The whole of the city is surrounded by cemeteries, In fact the number of tombs is greater than its population because people came here to be buried. They believed there was easier access to the Underworld because of the grotto ("Plutonium") dedicated to Pluto. This grotto for the God of the ...


    A travel blog entry by kameron on Jun 13, 2013

    6 photos

    It was a full day today, packed with a trip to Efes (Ephesus) and to the beach! I am now heading to bed, as I am exhausted. But a quick post seems doable at this point.

    The ruins were quite magnificent. As old as 334 BC, it's amazing they are still standing. Joining me was Nedime, Arda, and Nedime's friend - together we conquered Efes in its entirety! Perhaps the most compelling thing about what I saw was the sheer size ...