Mega Residence Hotel Istanbul

Address: Eytam Cad. No:33 Macka, Besiktas, Istanbul, 80200, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Harbiye Ergenekon area of Istanbul, is near Galata Bridge, Byzas Tours, Valens Aqueduct (Bozdogan Kemeri), and Bebek.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

ISTANBUL

A travel blog entry by paterson_family on May 24, 2015

5 comments, 9 photos

... we'll think about it'. Which we will as I think a few samples will look great in Dad's place in the mountains.

Back into the cobble stoned labyrinth of Sulanahmet, Lee declares that she loves this city and how it's like an antiquated Paris. Well this was known as the 'Paris of the East'. Now it dawns that we are part of the club which has been to the trinity of the 'Paris of the East'; 'The Paris of the Middle East [Beirut]; and well, Paris.

We head across ...

Off to Turkey!

A travel blog entry by brown_family on Mar 26, 2015

5 photos

... a nice young man was walking by, plucking out the families with small kids and allowing us to go in our own line where we only had to wait behind 1 family.
We grabbed a taxi and made our way to our hotel in the old city. Because we chose the cheaper tickets, they only flew in to the airport that is about an hour from town. The trip flew by (literally) as the taxi buzzed through lanes of traffic and felt like he was going a million miles per hour. We were ...

A Country On Two Continents - Part III

A travel blog entry by stormhayward on Sep 21, 2014

9 photos

... Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace. However, the Mosaic Museum is very small and I wouldn't recommend going unless you are really very interested in this particular form of art.

Whilst I enjoyed everything that I visited in Istanbul the one thing I would recommend above all is the bazaars. The smell and noise that hits you as you enter the Spice Bazaar is amazing; the market traders vie for your attention and offer you to ...

Our first glimpse of the city.

A travel blog entry by jowhiting on Aug 23, 2014

9 photos

... races were held. Little is left of those bygone days but a bronze monument known as the Serpent Column has survived. Columns and other works of art were brought from all over the Roman Empire and were erected in the city, then known as Constantinople. This column used to be outside the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. Sadly only part of it remains as it used to have a golden bowl supported by the heads of three serpents and stood eight metres high. It is thought that it ...

Day 32 (Istanbul)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jun 30, 2014

12 photos

Breakfast here is insane. There was cheese, cold meat, olives, tomato, cucumber, pastries, sweets, bread, yoghurt, cereal, boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, 10 different salads, dips/spreads and Turkish delight so we fuelled up for out big walking tour today. Our guide picked is all up from the hotel and we walked to the hippodrome (there are only a few remaining parts and the rest has been turned into a street food market) I didn't even know what a hippodrome was so I found ...