Posts Tagged ‘Besiktas’

Housez Suites Apartments Istanbul

Situated in Besiktas, within walking distance to Lufti Kirdar Conference Centre and Istanbul’s open-air theatre, Housez provides modern accommodation with free wireless internet access and breakfast included.

Housez Suites Istanbul

Housez Suites Istanbul

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W Istanbul Hotel

Experience the opulent lifestyle of a Sultan and stay at the exclusive and stylish W Hotel, a modern establishment surrounded by Istanbul’s historical architecture.

W Istanbul

W Istanbul

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Conrad Hotel Istanbul

This city centre hotel belongs to the Hilton family and is located next to Yildiz Palace, where you can admire stunning views of the Bosphorus.

Conrad Istanbul

Conrad Istanbul

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Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul

The 5-star Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul is beautifully situated on a hilltop in the city centre. It offers fantastic views of the Bosporus and the historic part of Istanbul.

Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul

Swissotel The Bosphorus Istanbul

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Istanbul Backpackers Guide

There is no other city in the world that is as culturally diverse and uniquely located as Istanbul. Situated on either side of the strait between the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea, it’s interesting location has made Istanbul a coveted destination for backpackers from across the globe. Read the rest of this entry »

Istanbul Naval Museum

The grand imperial caiques used by the sultans to cross the Bosphorus are among the many other interesting exhibits of Ottoman naval history that can be seen at the Naval Museum located in the Besiktas district. Read the rest of this entry »

Istanbul Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts that houses Turkish paintings and sculptures from the end of the 19th century to the present. This occupies the section reserved for crown princes in the Dolmabahçe Palace. Read the rest of this entry »

Istanbul Yildiz Palace

Yildiz Palace and park covered an area of 500,000 square metres on the hillside overlooking the Bosphorus between Besiktas, Ortaköy and Balmumcu. It consists of several pavilions (köşk), palace buildings (kasr), and other service and management buildings. Yildiz Palace is one of the most interesting examples of 19th century Ottoman architecture. Read the rest of this entry »

Istanbul by Road

Istanbul is well connected to every part of Turkey. Buses are frequent and plentiful, and the main coach station (otogar) is at Esenler, on the European side. Read the rest of this entry »