Suite Home Cihangir
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Suite Home Cihangir Istanbul
Travel Blogs from Istanbul
... border, and he joined us for dinner as he lives in Turkey. He had spent the last 8 years as a security person in Afghanistan and is now in charge of security for the agency aforementioned. His comments about the current conflict in the Middle East are quite sobering. More about this when we get home.
I never thought we would end up in a pub watching the rugby but we did! Australia beat Wales quite to ...
An easy walk from our hotel to the Spice Bazaar and then to the Grand Bazaar. More or less 3km round trip.Everything seems to be on a hill as you are either walking uphill or downhill, but none of the roads are flat. Two birds with one stone: exercise and get to revisit a few places. It was quite interesting to walk through the old city. Took a route not frequented by foreigners, more of a ...
... the most impressive. Knowing some of Istanbul's history gives anything here such resonance and I'm not surprised that many people cites as one of if not THE most beautiful building (inside) in the world. I'll say no more here but let the pictures do the talking. The only problem with photos of it is that they don't convey space and perspective very well. You'll just have to make the trip yourself one day!
90;ь фото или кому
позво 85;ить. Я прост 86; дышал 72;. Было тихо. В Стамб 91;ле это редко 89;ть. ...
... into Australia had host it's seal. They were very apologetic and offered us free Turkish delight which we declined politely and took their business card - fingers crossed for customs entry into Australia now! Then we thought we would climb the Galata Tower, one of the oldest towers in Istanbul. It was originally a wooden lighthouse built in 528AD, but was rebuilt out of stone masonry and called the Christ Tower in 1348. The walls were nearly 4 m ...