Petrol Hotel Palace

Address: Divanyolu Cad. Dr. Emin Pasa Sok. No:4 Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Sisli area of Istanbul, is near Galata Bridge, Troy (Truva), Valens Aqueduct (Bozdogan Kemeri), and Bebek.
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      A travel blog entry by divansanten on Sep 16, 2014

      20 photos

      Made it to Istanbul on Sunday14th after hairy GPS misguidance through the city through CRAZY traffic! It even tried to direct us across the Bosphorus along a CLOSED bridge! Grrrrr.....

      Then, trying to find our hotel and parking in the middle of the Old City, Rem drops me off and gets himself ...

      Istanbul - last week in Europe

      A travel blog entry by georgelondon on Sep 13, 2014

      31 photos

      ... one hour. My time at this site was seven hours – the place
      was to fascinating. In some areas photography was prohibited: the
      treasury where the famous Topkapi dagger is on display, the armory,
      and the hall of holy relics where all women had to wear scarves.
      However, the rest of the palace was open to photography. I
      particularly liked the areas that looked over the Bosphorous – the
      body of water separating European and Asian Istanbul.


      Bizarre Bazaar

      A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 07, 2014

      2 comments, 29 photos

      ... as At Meydanı or Sultanahmet Meydanı, in the modern city of Istanbul, Turkey) by theRoman emperor Theodosius I in the 4th century AD. The obelisk was first set up by Tutmoses III ...

      Hippos in the Cistern

      A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 24, 2014

      1 comment, 17 photos

      A few domestic chores this morning (laundry) lead to a late start, and the plan for Hagia Sophia was put on hold due to the incredible length of the queue. Instead we popped into the Basilica Cistern. An amazing structure which the locals call "The Sunken Palace". An incredible Roman underground water reservoir which was built in the 6th C, at 140 m long and 70 m wide it stretches out like a hidden aquatic city underneath the hubbub of the tourist ...

      Day 8 - Topkapi Palace

      A travel blog entry by thesleepysloth on Nov 20, 2013

      5 photos

      ... a building full of empty rooms. On the way back to the tram we passed the Hagia Sophia Mausoleums so we popped in for a look. Bit odd really. Each mausoleum contained from 7-40ish coffins, all covered in green felt. It was rather strange. One was rather well decorated but the others were just rooms with coffins. Not sure if the coffins had people in them. Bit odd. We had planned to visit the Archeology museum today as well as it is right ...