Taksim Square Hotel

Siraselviler Cad No 15, Istanbul, 34340, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Day Five! Istanbul, Turkey

A travel blog entry by timeicher

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... is a special prophet. After Hagia Sophia we went to the Underground Cistern. This was a fascinating structure. It is an underground water system that provided fresh water to the city. It had walkways with beautiful sights of columns that supported the structure while lanterns lighted the water for a beautiful view. In the underground there are 2 Medusa heads. They are Roman art sculptures, and rumor has it that they were brought underground from a ...

Doha to Istanbul

A travel blog entry by timheading

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... town) we set off at 22:00 on the dot. Got onto the train and was directed to a 3 person sleeping compartment which is only made up for 2. The guard tried it on saying my ticket was 2nd class and, as there were no other passengers in my compartment, I needed to pay more as it was now first class. I suggested that, following his logic, as the train was almost empty, I would probably need to pay for the whole carrage. Fortunately he saw the ...

Culinary treats in Istanbul

A travel blog entry by laceys.log

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... beside the 4th century Roman aqueduct, there’s about 900m in existence now and it’s in excellent condition – the city roads have grown up around it and go right through with no apparent damage to the original arches. Anyway, we had the two dishes the restaurant is famous for, the first was rice and shredded chicken in a thin casing, it seems to be cooked in a pudding bowl lined with the pastry stuff and is nice and crispy on the ...

First day in Istanbul - Day 14

A travel blog entry by basbraham02

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... place to live. The palace of the sultans is an amazing structure, you learn an amazing amount of information just by visiting. After the palace of the sultans we went to the Hagia Sofia - this was originally the biggest building in the world, when it was built by the roman emperor Justinian in the sixth century AD. It was a church, and then when the Ottomans took over the city in 1453 it became a mosque. It was a mosque for hundreds of years until ...

Around the Sultanemet - Day 1

A travel blog entry by edabaja

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... had some tea. We then walked back to the Blue mosque and Hagia Sophia for prayer and a watermelon dessert. It had been such an eventful and crazy first day. We would not have survived without Rimsha, our human GPS and Zenyel, our family friend turned brother. I think fay is really enjoying herself too - we went shipping for a bit and got some wonderful buys! Well, good night and remember to dream! ...

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This hotel, located in the Beyoglu area of Istanbul, is near Taksim Square, Troy (Truva), Bagdat Street (Bagdat caddesi), and Mihrimah Sultan Mosque.
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