Hotel By Sofia

Address: Kucuk Ayasofya Cad. No: 84, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey | Inn
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This inn, located in the Fatih area of Istanbul, is near Dervish Dance, Corlulu Ali pasa Medresesi, Sarnic Hotel Turkish Cooking Class, and Egyptian Obelisk.
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Interesting Istanbul

      A travel blog entry by ashlynandtyler on Aug 25, 2014

      1 comment, 64 photos

      ... rich in history.

    • Get out of Old City. There are SO many areas to see. We recommend Bebek, it’s one of the nicer areas and has great views of the Bosphorus.
    • Go to a rooftop somewhere. You can find many restaurants and bars throughout the city and they all have stunning views.
    • Try a waffle. In Turkey, it’s a dessert. They add all sorts of toppings including fruits, chocolate and nuts. We both loved these!
    • Day 1 ...

      Prince islands ��

      A travel blog entry by adonoghue on Jul 05, 2014

      ... to the second island where we walked around and had traditional Turkish donuts. We didn't stay at the second for too long but we then went near taksim square for dinner at a traditional Turkish restaurant down an alley way which was so delicious. We shared all the food and went for drinks at a roof too bar ...


      A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Apr 27, 2014

      1 comment, 44 photos

      ... there for a few centuries more. Paintings underneath Aya Sofia's tiling revealed paintings of Christian figures whilst the newer parts were focused on the Muslim religion, tiling over the top. Our 'cultural eating' hunt continued that afternoon, searching for boreks. Collo (happy to not be referred to as Tim for a while as his housemates in London didn't pick up on nicknames too well) had been dreaming of a borek like the ones at the queen vic market for some time and ...

      Why Did Constantinople Get the Works?

      A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 29, 2014

      89 photos

      ... ages, impressive and moving sarcophagi found in Lebanon from the classical period of Greece, one of three known tablets of the world's first peace treaty (between the Hittites and Ramses II of Egypt in the 13th century BC) and the most extensive collection of ancient Assyrian and Babylonian relics I've seen outside of the British Museum. We easily could have lingered longer in the museums, but we had a plane to catch, so we headed out to the airport in the early afternoon. Cat Tally: ...

      A tourist plus a perfromer=1 skilled tourist!

      A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 13, 2014

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... so that way the women will not be a "distraction" to the men during the time of prayer. The art was definitely one of a kind and this is the biggest mosque in Istanbul. It was interesting to see people pray to God with such sincerity at the front of the mosque.

      The second place we went to was Topkapi palace this is the most important palace of the Ottoman Empire, which is the biggest and oldest in the world. This palace is also famous ...