Sultan Tughra Hotel

Sultanahmet Mah. Keresteci Hakki Sok. No: 21, Istanbul, 34122, Turkey | 4 star villa
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This 4 star villa, located in the Cankurtaran area of Istanbul, is near Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii), Sultanahmet District, Cooking Alaturka, and Ibrahim Pasa Palace (Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts).
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Travel Blogs from Istanbul

Back to the Bluey

A travel blog entry by mickle777 on Jun 09, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... Ahmet the First had to remove the funds of the Treasury, because he had not gained remarkable victories. It caused the anger of oulémas, the Muslim jurists. The mosque must be built on the site of the palace of the Byzantine emperors, in front of the basilica Ayasofya (at that time, the mosque the most worshiped in Istanbul) and the racecourse, a site of a big symbolic meaning. Big parts of the south shore ...

Albania to Turkey

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 31, 2013

3 photos

... Hostel. We dropped off our bags and headed straight back out to get some food. We had planned to go back to Kristy's hostel to get some food with her, but by the time we'd got ourselves checked in, she'd messaged saying she was pretty tired (and so were we) so we said maybe tomorrow! Darren and I headed next door to a place called Palatium to get some food. The place was very cool, filled with bean bags to lounge on, and there was a whole section of glass floor, looking down ...

Anzac Cove

A travel blog entry by melcraig on Sep 30, 2013

... zoo there. Not really about four cages with sick looking camels, rockwellier, horse... Very sad. Finally we arrive in Anzac cove. Our metmAham (tour guide) spoke to us on the bus prior to us stepping off, saying "welcome to your home land, be proud", the bus was still and silent. We step outside.. So many people and no words spoken.. I learnt a lot of about war today, I has given me a thirst for further war knowledge, so remarkable the effort that is envoled in war. ...

Güle güle Istanbul

A travel blog entry by dzamore on Aug 15, 2013

13 photos

... Street combined with the fish market near our apartment and the outdoor spice/food market near Izzet's. This place, Ciya Sofria, had been recommended by two separate people. They had a by-the pound salad bar - all vegetarian! I was in heaven. The food was great - well worth the trip and we headed home on the ferry - This is the first ferry ride we've had at night. It was beautiful to see the lights of the city from the water.

Gettin' High and Poppin' Bottles Before 7AM

A travel blog entry by chris.whitmore on Jul 13, 2013

16 photos

... Pigeon etc). At times, the pilot dropped us so close to fairy chimneys it almost seemed like we could reach out and touch them. I'll never forget how the changing light of the rising sun ignited the landscape with various degrees of intensity. At the earliest point, just as the sun peeked over a large plateau, everything burned with a deep red crimson. As the sun rose higher, the colors changed and ...