Panorama Hotel

Address: Yenidogan Mah Zubeyde Hanim, Cd No 108, Istanbul, 34020, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Zeytinburnu area of Istanbul, is near Sarnic Hotel Turkish Cooking Class, Sultanahmet Hamami, Istanbul University, and Fethiye Camii.
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Traveling to Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by cherylhanson on Apr 01, 2015

1 comment

... and people sounding like they were having fun. However, we did see many more women covered than any other place we have been. In fact, there were two women standing in front of us as we were boarding the plane who were fully covered except for their eyes showing and Max commented that he thought it was cool that they could dress like Ninjas. I had to explain to him what it was that they were wearing, hoping that ...

Being a tourist in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by silk-road-rider on Sep 27, 2014

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What an amazing city. It's 5:20 AM as I begin to write this entry and I hear a cock crowing. Istanbul is a city of 16 million and our hotel is minutes on foot to a ferry that will take us to Sultanahmet, the heart of the European section and the top tourist destination. And chickens live here amidst this centuries-old city. Amazing! After packing up our bikes, Switzerland Frieder and I took a ferry to see the major tourist attractions assuming ...

I think it's time for an afternoon 'delight'!

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Sep 26, 2014

1 comment, 73 photos

... Turkish Tea in the Bazzar a challenge. It is fun to have seen it on tv and to now be a part of it myself. So with that I got lost in the stalls of textiles, carpets, bowls, trinkets, flatware and pretty much anything else that can be sold. I was whisked into several scarf and carpets shops being swoon by men and their many offerings of tea - "turkish or apple my dear?" My god I'm not exaggerating but by the time I finally finished all my teas and found my ...

The historic heart of Istanbul

A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

Today was a big day focused around the heart of the historic heart of the old city peninsula.
- we started at the Blue Mosque, completed in 1616 it is known as 'blue' because of the ceramic tiles that decorate its interior. It has a similar scale to the Suleyman mosque but is more ornate and is considered the pinnacle of Ottoman architecture. It is quite beautiful but hard to capture in photos. Wearing a ...

Seeing the Major Highlights of Istanbul

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Apr 12, 2014

22 photos

... the largest church in the world for over 1000 years. Initially a Christian church (Orthodox and for a short time, Catholic) it was made into a mosque in 1453 when the Ottomans took over. It remained a mosque until 1935 when it was converted into a museum by Ataturk. Of prime importance other then its immense 182 foot diameter dome are the mosaics covering its walls that date back to the 9th century. Many are in remarkable shape today because when the ...