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The Bosphorus Bridge
February 252014

The Bosphorus Bridge is the gateway between Asia and Europe. There are many ways to see the Bosphorus Bridge: from the shore, by boat or by driving across. Crossing the bridge is a unique experience because you travel between continents within minutes. The bridge is beautifully lit up at night and looks even better with all of the LED lights on it.

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Aydın Coiffeur
February 202014

Aydin Coiffeur offers organic hair dyeing, haircuts, and facial skin care at fair prices. They are, however, closed on Mondays.

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Florence Nightingale is one of the oldest and most important hospitals in Istanbul. This hospital has taken the health sector one step forward in Turkey. It offers a patient centered and specialized healthcare by integrating education, research and technology with clinical care. Group Florence Nightingale is one of the largest and most reputed hospitals in Europe and in the Middle East.

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Medipol University Hospital
February 202014

Starting in 1997, Medipol Hospital was built to satisfy the patient. They are a leading developer in the health sector in Turkey. The have the best clinics on Oncology, Cardiovascular Health and Dentistry.

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One of the most advanced branches of the Medical Park Hospital chain is the one in Sultangazi, Istanbul. İstanbul Sultangazi Medical Park is really busy because of its central location, located right off a highway exit and is also accessible by Istanbul tram. The hospital has branches of Internal Medicine, Children’s Health and Diseases, Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Surgery, Brain and Nerve Surgery, Dermatology and Venereal Diseases, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Internal Medicine, Eye, Ear-Nose-Throat, Neurology, Orthopedics and Traumatology and Urology. The hospital is open 24/7 with a fully equipped emergency room.

Phone: 0 (212) 476 24 00

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İstanbul Fatih Medical Park is the first service center of the Medical Park hospital chain and is located in the middle of the “historical peninsula,” right behind Hotel Buyuk Keban. It only takes 3 minutes by foot to reach the hospital from the hotel. The hospital is open 24/7.

Phone: (0212) 453 1000

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Medical Park was originally a Turkish Hospital, complete with 15 hospitals and a 2 hospital complex in Turkey. There are many diagnosis and treatment units, such as pediatric health, bone marrow, brain and neurology, dermatology, endocrinology and family medicine units. Organ transplation and most fatal surgeries are performed by professional doctors in Medical Park Hospitals.

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Phone: (0212) 306 4444

Istanbul Fulya Acıbadem Hospital is located at the heart of the financial district of Istanbul. It was first opened to the public in 2010. One of the nice features of this hospital is that it has a hotel service for patients visiting from abroad. 

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The first hospital in the Acıbadem Hospital chain is located in Acıbadem, Kadıkoy, and this is where it got its name. The hospital was established in 1991 and is one of the best hospitals located on the Asian side of Istanbul.

Phone: 0212 544 4444

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Phone: (0212) 324 0150

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Phone: (0212) 283 0333

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Istanbul Maslak Acıbadem Hospital is located in the business district of Istanbul, the “New City” and is easily accessible via car, Istanbul Metro or by helicopter, if you have one. The hospital was opened in 2009 and became really well known and popular in just a short period of time. The hospital has a really unique interior design as compared to other hospitals around the world. This hospital also is the first smart building used as a hospital. What is unique about this hospital is that everything is recorded on a digital database and no paperwork is used.

Phone: (0212) 304 4444

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Istanbul Bakırkoy Acıbadem Hospital is the first hospital of the Acıbadem  Hospital chain that was opened on the European Side of Istanbul. It was opened in 2000 but had a major renovation between 2008 – 2009.

Phone: (0212) 414 4444

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Acıbadem Hospital is the biggest and most qualified hospital in İstanbul. Besides surgery and health care, there are also courses for parents teaching them how to prepare to give birth, acupuncture, low-priced checkups and an organ transplatation center.There are many Acıbadem Hospitals located in Istanbul:

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Gokturk Florence Nightingale Medical Center is the first clinic of the group Florence Nightingale. It was opened in 2007 and specializes in Internal Diseases, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation, Orthopedics, Dentistry, Nutrition and Diet. What is special about Gokturk Florence Nightingale Medical Center is that they have one of the only advanced laboratory and screening centers in the entire region.

Phone: +90 (212) 322 63 22

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The patient rooms are fully equipped with satellite TV, phone, private bathroom, nurse calling system and room service, making Kadıköy Florence Nightingale Hospital one of the best hospitals on the Asian side of Istanbul. The hospital is technologically very advanced and serves both local and international patients 24/7.

Phone: +90 (216) 450 03 03

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Gayrettepe Florence Nightingale only serves international patients. Its private rooms are equipped with satellite TV, phone, private bathroom, nurse calling system and room service. The hospital has a  Comprehensive Cancer Center, Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Gynecology, IVF Center, Istanbul Center for Robotic Surgery (Urology), Urology Center and PET-CT.

Phone: +90 (212) 288 34 00

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Damat Coiffeur
February 202014

From haircuts to body care, Damat Coiffeur offers all services for men. This shop is located in the city center, which you can easily reach by public transportation.

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Coiffeur American
February 202014

Hair dye, haircuts, hair design, foot care and hand care are some of the services offered by Coiffeur American for a reasonable price. This salon is open everyday except on Tuesdays.

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Coiffeur Vecihi
February 202014

Mr. Vecihi is considered a master hairdresser in Istanbul. He has just opened up a new beauty center in the city center, Aksaray, and you now have a chance to meet him. From hair care, hair dye and everything in between, you will feel a master’s touch.

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Optimus Guzellik Salonu
February 202014

Mrs. Nilgun has become an expert in hair design over the last 20 years. This salon offers a professional hair service in a comfortable and spacious beauty center. Hair dye, haircuts, manicures, pedicures and general hair care are some of the varied services that she offers.

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Mr.Erdinc has been a hairdresser since 1991. Between 1991-2000, he worked for famous magazines such as Cosmopolitan and Elle. Now, he has his private beauty center which offers hair dye, haircuts, pedicures and manicures for a reasonable price.

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Clavdias
February 202014

Clavdias Beauty Center changes your appearance just by changing your hair style. Clavdias offers hair dye, hair care, facial skin care and hand care for reasonable prices.

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Salon Medikoz
February 202014

Salon Medikoz is one of the few beauty centers in Istanbul. It is not just a beauty center, it is also a health club. Skin and body care, passive gymnastics, epilation, tattoo makeup and hand and foot care are some of the services offered by Salon Medikoz.

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Only 3 minutes away from Hotel Buyuk Keban is located in a historical building, which is called “The Gazanfer Aga Medrese”, is the perfect spot to see some examples of Turkish cartoon and humor.

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Zeyrek Mosque
February 202014

This one of the top secret-gems of Istanbul, built in 1136 by the Byzantines as a Chapel and an Orthodox Church but serves today serves as a mosque. It is a great example of Byzantines architecture, the Turkish government recently renovated mosque and it is in great conditions. Zeyrek Mosque is 3 minutes from Hotel Buyuk Keban on foot. Do not miss it!

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Galata Bridge
February 202014

Galata Bridge is one of the oldest access points to the old city from the Karaköy side of the Golden Horn. Galata Bridge has a very picturesque atmosphere surrounding it. There is a nice view of the Golden Horn and the bridge is filled with many local fishermen. The upper side of the bridge is very noisy because of traffic, but the view is really beautiful. The lower side of the bridge is much quieter, and is filled with restaurants overlooking the water. Galata Bridge is a wonderful place to experience part of Istanbul’s charm and is a great way to walk between the old city and the new city in Istanbul.

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The Byzantines built the walls approximately 2,500 years ago and part of the wall still stands strong today. If you want feel like a guardian of Constantinople and experience what it was like back then to guard a city, you can even be adventurous and climb on top of the walls. This area is free of charge.

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Sokullu Mehmet Pasa Mosque
February 202014

This small but authentic mosque offers one of the most beautiful examples of Iznik tiles and can be found in the heart of Istanbul. This magical mosque was built for one of the greatest viziers of the Ottoman Empire, Sokullu Paşa. While this mosque might be smaller than the Blue Mosque or the Hagia Sophia in size, it is perhaps even more stunning when it comes to interior design. The Sokullu Mehmet Pasa Mosque is definitely worth a visit!

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Panoroma 1453
February 202014

If you want to experience how “Fatih the Conqueror” conquered Constantinople, the Panoroma is not to be missed. Life-like paintings offer an explanation and view of the attack on Constantinople. Make sure to get an audio tour, so you can learn about the details and genius behind the siege. You might even be blown away.

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Mosaic Museum
February 202014

The Mosaic Museum has beautifully restored mosaics from the Byzantine Empire in its collection, which offers a small peak into the interior decoration and design of that era. There are many different sized mosaics that are well preserved inside the museum and many will actually take your breath away. The museum is conveniently located right behind the Blue Mosque and it only takes half an hour to walk through the entire museum. Therefore, this museum is a great place to visit.

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Mihrimah Sultan Mosque
February 202014

Mihrimah Sultan Mosque was built for the daughter of the most powerful Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Sultan Suleiman. His daughter Mihrimah Sultan was in love with the most famous architect of the Ottoman Empire, Sinan the Architect, so this mosque has a special story, compared with other imperial mosques at that time. Since it is close to the walls of the old city, there is no public transportation to get to it, however the mosque is not that far away and can easily be reached by taxi.

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Eminönü Pier
February 202014

Eminönü is the heart of the historical peninsula, with its boat rides, fish sandwich buffets, views and charming atmosphere. You can easily visit the top tourist attractions from Eminönü and from there, it is a short walking distance to the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia.

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Forum Istanbul Mall
February 202014

One of the largest malls in Turkey has a long aquarium tunnel located inside. The Forum Istanbul Mall has many brand name stores, which offer reasonable prices. It is easy to get to the mall by public transportation with the M1 line on the Istanbul Metro. If you would like to spend an afternoon in an indoor shopping mall in Istanbul, this might as be your best option.

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Bagdat Street
February 202014

Bagdat Street is the longest boulevard in Turkey and has a wide variety of shops, cafes and restaurants. Bagdat Street is located on the Asian side, which is why there aren’t that many tourists in the area. If you want to see more of a residential neighborhood and an upper class Turkish lifestyle, you should definitely squeeze a visit to this street into your schedule.

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Beylerbeyi Palace
February 202014

Beylerbeyi Palace is located on the Bosphorus and is a waterfront structure where Ottoman sultans spent their summers. This magnificent building offers you a glimpse into the lifestyle of the sultans during the 19th century. The exterior mason work and interior design will delight you. A visit to this palace is definitely worth a visit if you have the time to travel to the Asian side of Istanbul.

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Pera Museum
February 202014

Pera Museum is a small jewel located in Pera, and is a building that was established by the famous Koc family, the wealthiest family in Turkey. There are many paintings inside from the Ottoman Empire and the early Turkish Republic. You can also see “The Tortoise Trainer” by Osman Hamdi, which is a world-famous painting.

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Gulhane Park
February 202014

Gulhane Park is one of the biggest parks located in the heart of Istanbul, in the historic peninsula. Gulhane Park is easily reached from Sultanahmet, where you can visit the famous Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sophia. So if you want to get a coffee, go for a walk or just lay down on the grass under the trees for a short while and rest, the park offers a wonderful escape from one of the busiest and noisiest parts of Istanbul.

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Beyoglu
February 202014

Beyoglu is one of the places in Istanbul where you can find almost anything you want, and is open 24/7. In this area in Taksim, you can find restaurants, bars, malls, shops, and cafes. The famous street in Beyoglu is called “Istiklal Avenue” and is only open to pedestrians. Beyoglu is the heart of modern Istanbul and it’s fun to spend hours walking up and down this street-watching people. This area is easily accessible from Taksim Square by foot.

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Sadberk Hanım Museum
February 202014

Located outside the tourist area of Istanbul, Sadberk Hanım Museum has various artifacts from different eras in Istanbul’s history. Many pieces inside the museum even date as far back as 7,000 B.C. Don’t miss the gift store in the museum if you go for a visit!

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Pierre Loti Hill
February 202014

Pierre Loti Hill is a famous place to enjoy a beautiful view of old Istanbul from the top of the Golden Horn. To reach the hill, you can get there by car, go on foot or you can take the cable car for 3TL (one way). There is a lovely cafe at the top of the hill and it is a great location to enjoy a cup of Turkish coffee or tea while enjoying the exceptional view of the city. It’s a great experience!

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Istanbul Aquarium
February 202014

Istanbul Aquarium is a must see attraction, especially for children. The aquarium is the largest in Europe and of the biggest in the entire world. There are many animals inside that you may not be able to see anywhere else. The aquarium has a modest entrance fee and is also easy to get to on public transportation.

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Galata Tower
February 202014

Galata Tower is maybe the most iconic structure in Istanbul that was built in the Medieval Era. The top of the tower offers a 360-degree panoramic view of the city and is a wonderful place to take amazing pictures of Istanbul. There is an elevator that goes up to the 7th floor, but in order to get all the way up to the observation deck, you need to climb up the last two floors on foot. But once at the top, your efforts will be well rewarded.

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Military Museum
February 202014

A huge museum, it’s easy to spend hours getting lost in historical and military exhibits the Military Museum offers. It can take as many as 4-5 hours to see everything within the museum, so be sure to plan your time accordingly! The well made exhibits feature many artifacts from the Ottoman Army, WWI, WWII, and from the early wars in the Turkish Republic up to the recent Cyprus Operation. The small entrance fee is definitely worth it!

Visiting Hours: 09.00-17.00

Admission Fee: 4 TL

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Hodjapasha Cultural Center
February 202014

Hodjapasha Cultural Center is a place where you can enjoy a nice Turkish Mevlevi Sema Whirling Dervish Ceremony. This center is one of the best places to can watch a whirling dervish ceremony. Since the center is located close to the tram line, it is easy to reach by public transport. As it is a ceremony, no photographs are allowed inside.

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Bebek
February 202014

Bebek is a nice clean neighborhood on the Bosphorus. Bebek has many nice restaurants where you can enjoy fine dining, bars and do some shopping. There also few cafes located right on the water where you can enjoy some of the finest views of the city. This area is pretty crowded on the weekends, but it is definitely worth a visit, especially if you want to spend some time with Istanbul’s elite.

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The Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum is a wonderful place to visit if you want to enjoy many fine examples of Islamic Art. Even though the museum is small, it is has a wonderful collection. The museum is located conveniently across from the Blue Mosque in the Sultanahmet district.

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Dogancay Museum
February 202014

Dogancay Museum is located on a parallel street right next to the famous Istiklal Avenue in Taksim. Mr. Dogancay was a world-famous artist, not only for his paintings, but also for his photography. The museum is a wonderful place to visit if you want to explore Turkish art from one of its most famous artists.

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Ortaköy
February 202014

Ortaköy is a small neighborhood in Istanbul, located on the Bosphorus, and is filled with many cafes, bars, clubs and restaurants. On the weekends it is filled with people and is a fun area to explore. If you decide to visit this area, don’t forget to stop by the famous Ortaköy Mosque and enjoy a famous kumpir, baked potato, like the locals.

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Emirgan Park
February 202014

The Ottoman Empire was famous for its tulips during its Golden Era. Emirgan Park is a beautiful park to visit, especially if you visit during the right season, where you can experience what the Ottoman gardens were like during the Golden Era. There are approximately two and a half million tulips planeted in the park, especially in early spring.

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Maiden Tower
February 202014

The Maiden Tower is one the greatest spots in Istanbul. The tower is located right in the middle of the Bosphorus, closer to the Asian shore of Uskudar. The tower is accessible from both Uskudar and Kabatas. There is also a restaurant at the tower where you can enjoy a romantic dinner and/or celebrate a special occasion, but make sure to reserve a table in advance!

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New Mosque
February 202014

The New Mosque, also called “Yeni Camii,” is located at the Eminönü Pier. The mosque is beautiful and has a lovely courtyard. Since it is located in the center of the historical peninsula, you can just stop for a short visit on your way to a Bosphorus tour or before you enter the Spice Bazaar. The mosque was built in the 14th century and is still in excellent condition today.

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Rumeli Fortress
February 202014

Rumeli Fortress is a historical gem located a little far from the main tourist area in Istanbul. This fortress is like a mini Great Wall of China and is positioned at the tip of the Bosphorus. Tarabya, the area where Rumeli Fortress is located, is also a very high-end part of Istanbul, and is a great place to relax after visiting the fortress.

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Miniaturk
February 202014

Miniaturk is the perfect place to visit if you want to explore all of Turkey in just a few hours. Miniaturk has mini replicas of all of the historical areas that are located in Turkey. It is a very famous attraction because you get to see everything in wonderful detail, and all the buildings are right next to each other. It’s a wonderful place to see all of the vast treasures that Turkey has to offer. So, if you have any extra time, it is definitely worth a visit.

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Fatih Mosque
February 202014

Fatih Mosque was built on top of the ruins of Hagioi Apastoloi and was the first mosque that was built after Mehmed the Fatih conquered Istanbul. Besides the mosque, the complex has a school and several shops. What is special about this mosque is that all of the emperors from Constantine I to VIII were buried there. This is also where Sultan Fatih the Emperor was buried. Since it is of chronological and historical importance and is in a convenient location, it is a very popular tourist destination.

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Istanbul Modern Museum
February 202014

Istanbul Modern Museum is a wonderful place to visit if you are a modern art lover. This museum will give you a glimpse into Turkish contemporary art. The museum is conveniently located in Fındıklı and you can easily get there by tram. Since it is so close to the old city and is easily accessed by public transportation, many people enjoy visiting the museum. Don’t miss the restaurant inside the museum as there is an amazing view overlooking the Bosphorus and is a wonderful place to relax.

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Sakıp Sabancı Museum
February 202014

Sakip Sabanci Museum gets its name from the late founder of Sabancı Holdings, Mr. Sakıp Sabancı. This old museum is a mansion and is located on the European side of the Bosphorus. Today the building is a world-class art museum. Sabanci opened an art museum to present his collection of paintings to the public. Every year there are exhibits of some of the world’s most famous artists, such as Dali, Picasso, Rodin, Monet and more. This museum is a little outside the old city, but if you enjoy art, this museum is a wonderful place to visit.

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Topkapi Palace
February 202014

Topkapi Palace was the home of the Ottoman sultans for over five centuries and has been on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 1985. There are some pieces in the museum that should not be missed, such as Prophet Muhammad’s cloak, sword and the spoon maker’s diamond, which is one of the largest diamonds in the world. Every area inside the palace is worth a visit, but the most amazing is the harem, which is quite remarkable. A visit inside the harem will show you a great deal about the lifestyle of the Ottoman sultans. Topkapi Palace is a very popular tourist destination in Istanbul, so try to get there early in order to avoid the crowds.

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Eyup Sultan Mosque
February 202014

Eyup Sultan Mosque, which gets its name from Sultan Eyup, is considered one of the last great mosques of the classical Ottoman period. It is a relatively small mosque when compared to other mosques in the old city. It has eight secondary domes and six minarets, and is a great example of Ottoman and Byzantine architecture. This mosque is really easy to get to by taking a boat up the Golden Horn from the old city. Once you arrive at the last stop, you can take a cable car up to Pierre Lotti Cafe. There is a beautiful cemetery on the hillside and you can walk on the path from the top of the cafe all the way down to the mosque. Avoid visiting the mosque during prayer time, so that you can get the full experience.

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The Blue Mosque is one of the top wonders of the Ottoman Empire, now the modern Turkish Republic. The Byzantines built the Blue Mosque so the Ottoman Sultan Ahmet could give a mosque to his people, one that could compete with the famous Hagia Sophia. The Blue Mosque will delight you at first sight, and you can visit the mosque during the day or at night. Huge domes surround the mosque with beautiful Iznik tiles and there are beautiful examples of Ottoman art throughout the minarets. The mosque is closed to tourists during prayer time so check the daily schedule before you visit.

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If you are a museum lover, you might enjoy spending a whole day inside the Istanbul Archaeological Museum and you will still want to come back if you ever visit Istanbul again. Inside the museum, you will find some artifacts that are dated B.C. and there are even some cargo ships that were recently discovered in 2005, during the Istanbul Metro excavations, used approximately in the 5th century A.D. The museum is located in Gulhane Park and is a wonderful treat while you are in Istanbul.

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Rahmi Koc Museum
February 202014

Rahmi Koc Musuem is one the best museums in Istanbul, if not in the world. It is conveniently located next to the Golden Horn and has a low-cost entrance fee. This museum is another must-visit place in Istanbul. The museum has a large collection, ranging from antique needles to helicopters, planes and even submarines. This museum is perfect for families and children of all ages. There are nice restaurants located in the museum, which offer kid-friendly menus as well. Since it is located close to the Chora Church, it would be a good idea to visit both of these places on the same day.

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Bosphorus Strait
February 202014

The Bosphorus Strait is the crown jewel of Istanbul and is famous for separating two continents; Asia and Europe. To really get the feeling for Istanbul, you must visit the Bosphorus. Looking out from the water, you can experience a different view of both the old city and the new modern heart of Istanbul. There are several boat tours leaving from different parts of the city, but the main ones are located in the old city district. Spend one day taking a boat tour along the Bosphorus to really enjoy Istanbul and to have a wonderful perspective and view of the city that is completely unique.

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Kucuk Ayasofya Mosque
February 202014

This smaller “kucuk” Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia), was built in the 6th century A.D. by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian, and is much less famous than the bigger Ayasofya Mosque. However, the history and architecture of this mosque is just as impressive and it is an exact replica of the larger mosque. This mosque, which was originally built as a mosque, has a mixture of both cultures, Christianity and Islam. This mosque is an oasis located in a very busy part of town. You will enjoy the quiet charm of this beautiful building.

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Basilica Cistern
February 202014

Built by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian, the Basilica Cistern was used to pump water into the mansions of the Byzantine high-society in the area. Located in the Sultanahmet district, underground, this cistern has columns that carry the weight from above and looks absolutely gorgeous with all the lights illuminated. There is so much mystery, beauty and history in the cistern, making this one of the top tourist attractions in town for a reason.

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Rusthem Pasha Mosque is much smaller and less famous than some of the other mosques located around the old city in Istanbul; however, it is not to be missed. This mosque was built for Rusthem Pasha, who was a successful general in the Ottoman Empire and was positioned in the Balkans. He later married a sultan’s daughter and became part of the royal family. His mosque is decorated with some of the best examples of Iznik Tiles. While this mosque is small, it is still very important!

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Sultanahmet is the heart of the old city in Istanbul and the place where you will find most of the famous historic tourist attractions. You can easily take the local tram line to visit this area. Once here, you can visit Topkapi Palace, the Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia, to name a few of the most famous places in the area. It is also fun just to walk around the area to see the magic and mystery of the old world.

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Giycek Photo Studio
February 202014

Have you ever dreamed about being a sultan or a queen? We recommend visiting Giycek Photo Studio and your wish will come true! This photo studio offers countless options of costumes to choose from, and you can have your Ottoman style picture printed or burned onto a CD for you instantly. This would be an unforgettable memory for you, your family or for your friends!

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Sulemanie Mosque
February 202014

Sulemanie Mosque was built in honor of Suleiman the Magnificent, the most successful sultan in the 600-year rule of the Ottoman Empire. This mosque was built by the most famous architect in the Ottoman Empire, “Sinan the Architect.” The mosque sits at the top of the third hill, one of the seven famous hills in the old city in Istanbul, and is one of the biggest mosques in the world.

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Hagia Sophia
February 202014

Hagia Sophia is truly amazing and should be at the top of your list of historical places to visit in Istanbul. There is so much to say about this magnificent building. It was first built by the Byzantines, then conquered by the Ottoman Sultan Mehmet, who later converted it to a mosque and then it was converted into a museum by Ataturk, the founder of the Modern Turkish Republic. Hagia Sofia isn’t one of the world’s seven wonders for nothing! The size of this building and the architecture alone will simply amazing you. Go and see this marvel for yourself!

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Chora Church
February 202014

Smaller in size than the imperial Hagia Sophia, Chora Church is a must-visit historical tourist attraction in Istanbul. Exclusive mosaics from the Byzantine Empire are phenomenal and just by looking at them will transport you back in time. Chora Church is a true gem, and a place that even most Istanbul residents have never visited. Chora Church is off the beaten path and is well worth the visit while you are in Istanbul.

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Ulker Arena
February 202014

Ulker Sports Arena is a multi-purpose arena located in Ataşehir. Since it has opened, it host concerts and events like Jennifer Lopez Dance Again World Tour, Cirque du Soleil Alegria. The owner is Fenerbahce Sports Club.

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BJK Inonu Stadium
February 202014

The ground is located in Dolmabahce, very close to the Dolmabahce Palace. It was built in 1947 and closed in 2013 to have a new but bigger stadium on the same ground. It is the home stadium of Besiktas Sports Club. The all-seater stadium had the capacity to host 32.145 people but it is expected to icrease it to 60.000 people.

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TT Arena Stadium
February 202014

Galatasaray TTNet Arena was built to replace the old stadium of Galatasaray Sports Club, and was completed in 2012. It is the second largest soccer stadium in Turkey. The stadium has great acoustics where Galatasaray supporters broke the decibel record in an international game. Galatasaray TTNet is a must visit arena if you are a football fan.

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It is located in Kadıkoy, Fenerbahce and is the home venue of Fenerbahce Sports Club. It was set up in 1908 and has renovated in 1999. The capacity of audience is 50.509, this fact makes it the fourth biggest stadium in Turkey. Sukru Saracoglu stadium was selected for hosting 2009 UEFA Cup Final.

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Zorlu Center PSM
February 202014

Zorlu Center Psm is Turkey’s largest performance space with 50.000m2. It has been constructed with the most current technical standarts. It host CATS and famous artists.

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Tim Show Center
February 202014

Tim Show Center is designed as an entertainment complex which has theather and cinema stages. Since it has opened, TIM has been chosen for top qualified art events, movie premiers, concerts, exhibitions, business meetings and conferances. The Grand Hall has 2.010 seating capacity.

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Istinye Park
February 202014

Istınye Park is in Maslak. Not so easy for a tourist to find but the stores and luxuriouscollections are worth to see and buy. The easiest way to go there to use M2 metro line, get-off on ITU-AYAZAGA station and take a bus or taxi from there.

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Kanyon
February 202014

Kanyon is located in Levent where you can go by M2 Metro Line. Exclusive stores and luxurious retaurants are waiting for you.

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Forum Istanbul
February 202014

Forum Istanbul is located in Kocatepe, Zeytinburnu. The easiest way to go there is to use 1 Metro line. It hosts world’s famous collections and stores.

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Zorlu Center
February 202014

The Zorlu Center recently opened and is a high-end shopper’s paradise. This shopping center has the most luxurious brands available on the market today. The Zorlu Center has both indoor and outdoor fine-dining options for the visitor. The Zorlu Center is easily accessible by Metro at Gayrettepe.

Phone: (0212) 336 9160

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Cevahir
February 202014

Cevahir is located in Mecidiyekoy. With 224 stores inside, you can enjoy shopping. . If you are going to use metro, please use M2 Metro Line, it is on Sisli Mecidiyekoy Station.

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Murekkep KafePi
February 202014

Murekkep shots are diffrent from what you have drank last time. Maybe the taste is same but not the names. The theme of the place is originated the books like Allice, Frankenstian, Peter Pan who give the names of the special drinks.

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Babylon
February 202014

Concerts, activities, it all starts here. Babylon is located in Beyoglu and easy to find.

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Masquerade Istanbul
February 202014

With the interesting design, special night shows and the music, Masquerade Istanbul offers you a night that you will never forget. Except the general program, it hosts business meetings, after work parties of important companies.

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Sortie Restaurant combines world cuisine with delicious and fresh flavors. After midnight, Sortie Night Club is opened till morning where you enjoy every our the night.

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Reina is located in Ortakoy where is near to the Bosphorous Bridge. You can have your meal looking the view of Asia while you are in Europe. After midnight Reina Club opens their door for you to have memorable and pleasent night.

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Phone: 0 (212) 484 14 84

The Bahcelievler branch is the largest hospital in the Medical Park Hospital Group. It is conveniently located right next to Bahcelievler Metro and Metrobus Station. Besides its central location, this hospital is popular because it is accredited by the Certificate of Joint Commission International, which sets international industry standards for hospitals.

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