Emirhan Inn Apartment

Kucuk Ayasofya Mah. Odev Sok. No 4 , Istanbul, 34122, Turkey | 2 star lodge
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This 2 star lodge, 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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Emirhan Inn Apartment Istanbul

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Istanbul

    Istanbul, return to a nation of tea drinkers

    A travel blog entry by perryadventures on Sep 09, 2014

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... 8230; maybe next time! The food and drink was great, loads of fresh tasty meze, cakes and great Turkish breakfasts. Marie particularly liked the fish sandwiches from the street vendors by the Bosphorus (thanks for the recommendation Lara).

    Also worth a mention, Turkish barbers! After not having space in the rucksack to carry clippers with me and the fact I was starting to look more like Sea Sick Steve by the day, we felt ...


    A travel blog entry by katie-and-phil on Jul 15, 2014

    13 photos

    ... friendly, warm, and welcoming the Turkish people can be. Our next stop, Pasazade Restaurant, was selected with the help of Trip Advisor in our search for some authentic Turkish cuisine. TA did not disappoint. The restaurant had fabulous and friendly service and delicious food! Phil ordered the lamb with thyme and I (not as adventurous) had a steak. Both dishes exceeded our expectations. Tip - The dining scene in Istanbul can be a little hit or miss for tourists if ...

    Buses, boats and beautiful food

    A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Jun 09, 2014

    7 comments, 33 photos

    ... a cathedral, mosque and now a museum. When it was first constructed, Constantinople was the capital of the Byzantine Empire.

    Following some argy bargy in the wake of an uprising, and on the site of a torched church that had been called the Hagia Sophia, a new Hagia Sophia was built. To the ancient writer who lived when the cathedral was completed, the building represented a triumph. The Hagia Sophia was built in great haste, in less than six years. In comparison it ...

    Sisli & kadikoy

    A travel blog entry by msgee on Nov 09, 2013

    ... art on the ceilings and the whole thing painted a deep red. Turns out I was in a little box in the balcony. A family was there and they didn't look too happy to see me, perhaps thinking they had booked the box to themselves and I had wandered in accidentally.

    Ballet was fabulous. ...

    Middle East exploration

    A travel blog entry by thedunckleys on Jul 04, 2013

    5 photos

    ... gold street with high counters, paper cup secret beer, and a noisy lunch with stereo mosques and car horns! We loved the nougat/turkish delight shop displays and the piles of nuts and dates….and we watched the women making delicacies in the window of The Han (Pami's recommendation). Tried to have a Hammam this afternoon but ended up with a massage instead - just going out for our last supper so to speak….and then home to Spain early ...