Ramada Istanbul Old City Hotel

Address: Turgut Özal Cad.(Eski Millet Cad.) No 82 , Istanbul, 34270, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Sultanahmet Hamami, and Istanbul University.
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    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    The last of Turkey

    A travel blog entry by knudsentrips on Jun 24, 2015

    18 photos

    ... internet, I was able to locate an approximate area for musical instrument sales. We took a pretty cool subway that was designed to go up a single big hill, well worth the seventy eight cents I think it cost us. By the time we finally figured out where we were going we had walked down the entire hill (when you think about it, it was pretty lucky we didn't do it the reverse. Only to learn when we got there the cymbal Weston wanted was too ...

    Istanbul, walking tour of old city

    A travel blog entry by trappitts on Sep 03, 2014

    1 photo

    Up at a sensible time and then upstairs to the 5th floor for breakfast at the roof top restaurant. Needless to say it was quite a different fare compared to an English breakfast. Lots of items the cook called cakes but in reality they were pancakes made out of things like Apple or mixed vegetables, selection of meats cheese and jams to make a roll. A short walk to the travel agent where we met Melee for a walking tour of all the old sites, some above ground and some below ...

    Take me back to Constantinople.....

    A travel blog entry by gritttle on Jan 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Hagia Sophia. The Hagia Sophia houses great meaning and history for both the Orthodox Christian church as well as for Islam. Overall, it was great to be able to see such a center piece for both the Christian and Muslim religions.

    After leaving the Hagia Sophia, we left quickly to see the Basicilia Cistern down the street. A cistern is an underground water supply source. Before it became a cistern, it was a basilica until it was destroyed during ...

    Turkey - Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 01, 2013

    1 comment, 132 photos

    Day 1: October 1, 2013

    We took a night bus from Cappadocia to Istanbul, the one that was supposed to arrive at 7.00 but it actually arrived at 8.30, mainly because of the heavy traffic that was in the city and the delay in departure of around 30 minutes.

    After arriving we realized that we had to take a metro and a "Metro Bus" this seems really easy but on one hand you have to pay double fare because these ones are not connected with each other and on the ...

    Friday in Istanbul

    A travel blog entry by maxcrosby on Aug 09, 2013

    1 comment

    ... a plastic cup over some fermented cabbage and two sour pickles. Oh, and a toothpick. I'm at a loss for sarcasm. To be fair, I LOVE pickles. They are a food and not a beverage. (Do you see how I mostly blame Lonely Planet but save a little for Max?) After a sweaty, meandering walk home, and a swing by the Mosaics Museum (which was really just a consolation visit because the line at the Cisterns was too long) we were pretty beat. We did enjoy a tiny plastic cup ...