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Öffentliche Verkehrsmittel in Istanbul

“Maçka park's is the most popular spot for locals. And so close to Nisantası and Besiktas. Good idea for a silent, sunny days.”
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Türkisches Restaurant
“Lunch or dinner in elegant restaurant with colorful tilled interior serving traditional Ottoman food & mezzes & seafood. One of our favorites. ( Reservation needed) ”
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“The Church of the Holy Saviour in Chora is a medieval Byzantine Greek Orthodox church preserved as the Chora Museum in the Edirnekapı neighborhood of Istanbul. ”
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“The Suleymaniye Mosque is a beautiful mosque built by Sinan , the great Ottoman architect of Suleiman the Magnificent . It was built between 1550 and 1557. Details of the mosque are fascinating and all have their own anecdotes , such as the four minarets and balconies 10 indicating that Suleiman the Magnificent was the fourth Sultan of Istanbul and the 10th the Ottoman dynasty. In the vicinity of the mosque you will find a real city with schools, a library, a hammam and restaurants. Address: Süleymaniye Mh., 34116 Fatih/İstanbul”
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“This is the most famous place to taste Baklava in Istanbul. Baklava is the one the well known turkish desert.”
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“Nice place for a traditional Turkish breakfast. Probably the most affordable one around the neighborhood.”
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Türkisches Restaurant
“Traditional Anatolian Food and Kebap. It's chef is "Chef des chefs". Good for lunch, brunch. ”
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“Underground music scene grows up here, includes dj sets, concerts and good prices for drink.”
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History Museum
“Consists of three museums: the Archaeology Museum, the Ancient Orient Museum, and the Islamic Art Museum . One of the most underrated museums of Istanbul .Contains treasures o from the Assyrian, Hittite, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman civilizations. You can use Museum Card. Closed on Mondays. ”
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“balat is the new attraction center of the old town. among the old synagogues, churches and mosques, you can find many 3rd generation coffee shops and restaurants. there are several public auctions and sales on sundays.”
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“galata bridge; take a walk there while acrossing from karaköy to eminönü to enjoy magnificient view”
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“This place is one the best locations you can travel around Istanbul. You can find historical palaces, mosques and museums. Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque are one of them. This place will be great beggining for your Historical Peninsula Travel. You can reach this location by using train line easily.”
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Am Wasser
“Ortaköy is best location to feel the bosphorus in Istanbul. You can see the bridge closly from here. Also you can taste some Kumpir and Waffle here. It is very famous and delicious at this location.”
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“After a romantic dinner at KiKi, one of the most hit places in Sıraselviler, you can enjoy an unforgettable night in the presence of famous DJ performances. It can be because of the smoking area and good music preference;)”
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“With superb lighting and sound design, Nardis is the leading modern jazz club in Istanbul. New local artists play here regularly, and each month the programme features at least one international band. In the past it has hosted big names like Wynton Marsalis, Benny Golson and Ibrahim Ferrer.”
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National Park
“Gülhane Park was once the outer garden of Topkapı Palace, accessible only to the royal court. These days crowds of locals come here to picnic under the many trees, promenade past the formally planted flowerbeds, and enjoy wonderful views of the Bosphorus, Sea of Marmara and Princes' Islands from the Set Üstü Çay Bahçesi on the park's northeastern edge. The park is especially lovely during the İstanbul Tulip Festival, when tulips are arranged to resemble nazar boncuk 'evil eye' charms. Green-fingered beautification has brought improvements to walkways and amenities, and the park has seen the opening of the İstanbul Museum of the History of Science & Technology in Islam. Next to the southern entrance is the Alay Köşkü (Parade Kiosk), now open to the public as the Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar Literature Museum Library. Across the street and 100m downhill from the park's main gate is an outrageously curvaceous rococo gate leading into the precincts of what was once the grand vizierate, or Ottoman prime ministry, known in the West as the Sublime Porte thanks to this flamboyant entrance. Today the buildings beyond the gate hold various offices of the İstanbul provincial government (the Vilayeti).”
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