Historical Places

May 3, 2013

Best Hotel near Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, Historical Peninsula

One of the largest and oldest bazaars in the world, Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar calls to mind spectacular visions: waterfalls of elegant fabrics, towering vitrines of treasures, lively vendors […]
April 30, 2013

Best Price in Hotels near Topkapı Palace, Turkey

A haven for intrepid travelers, foodies and history buffs alike - Istanbul has something for everyone. If you are up to the challenge of the only city so cosmopolitan it straddles two continents, Istanbul is not to be missed. The list of sights, sounds, and tastes is so long it would take a lifetime to cross them all off. Fortunately, Istanbul is still an affordable destination - and with some travel smarts you can live like a sultan on a peasant budget. Even in the center of the city, there are great deals to be found - and the Hotel Büyük Keban is one of them. A three-star hotel offering four-star amenities, the Hotel Büyük Keban is conveniently located on Istanbul’s Historic Peninsula - all the better to visit the city’s most amazing sites. So allow us to suggest a visit to one of the true highlights of Istanbul: a place where European and Asian histories met, where conquerors and conquered merged, where legends, operas, and films took inspiration: the incomparable Topkapı Sarayı.
April 24, 2013

Istanbul’s Historical Attractions Walking Distance Hotel

If you are looking for a great hotel to hang your hat while staying in Istanbul, look no further. The Hotel Büyük Keban is located in the very heart of the city, on the European side of the Bosphorus, and is within walking distance of many of Istanbul’s countless must-see attractions. For over forty years, we have been a quality, affordable hotel option for business and leisure travelers.
April 11, 2013

Affordable Hotel near Sophia Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul: the very name conjures up scents of robust coffee, exotic tastes of cosmopolitan cuisine, visions of dazzlingly intricate architecture, and sounds of lively, labyrinthine markets. […]