Zagreb Hotel

Laleli Kemalpasa Mah. Gencturk Cad. CukurceÅŸme Sok. No 29, Istanbul, 34470, Turkey | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $76.00

Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Exploring laleli

A travel blog entry by msgee

Glad I decided not to venture here last night. Turns out it's a hotbed for prostitutes, many of whom are apparently unwilling, trafficked victims from Eastern Europe. If you want to indulge but have a conscience, I was told, there are other hoods where the women enter the trade willingly. Hmm.

All Good Things...

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith


... I clearly felt what this kid was going to do. Faster than anything I've ever seen before in my life, he slipped his hand into Bill Chew's front pocket and lifted his wallet! Slickest thing I've ever seen in my life! And it seemed like slow motion. Bill sent up a hue and cry and I grabbed the kid. If I'd been thinking I would have grabbed his clothes or just body checked him into the side of the bus, but it happened so fast. ...

Bazaars & Suleyman Mosque

A travel blog entry by itchy-feet-bc


Today was bazaar and market day. The Grand Bazaar is gigantic. It is located inside the walled city of Istranbul. The construction began in 1455/56 shortly after the Ottoman conquest of Istanbul. By the end of the 17th Century the Grand Bazaar had achieved its final shape and was the hub of the Mediterranean trade. In the Bazaar there are 67 roads, 5 mosques, 7 fountains and 18 gates. In ...

Experiencing Turkey Part I - Istanbul

A travel blog entry by fiskm2013


... Okan shared the history of the Turkish Monarchy and how the grounds grew over time. The most spectacular piece was an 86 carat diamond. It was found in a garbage dump as a piece of rubbish. It made its way to the Sultan who said he wanted it. The clothing and jewels were dating back to the 7th century. Pretty amazing. Jet lag may have caught up to me at this point as I found myself more than dizzy. We continued on to the Hagia Sophia. Originally this was Christian church, but ...

Capturing the city

A travel blog entry by onighjoy


... tourists and locals. Its also open 24/7 so I'm guessing it must be a really popular meeting place at night.

From here, we walked along the famous shopped filled street called Istiklal that runs from Taksim Metro to the next Metro stop, Sishane. A tram also runs along the middle of this street and is seen in many famous photos of Istanbul. What I liked about this street is the fact that most shops are local brands and therefore unique to us. We also explored some ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Suleymaniye Mosque, Military Museum (Asker Muzesi), Beyazit Mosque (Beyazit Camii), and Istanbul University.
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