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Price Effective Flat @ Sultanahmet

Safa出租的整套房子
6位1間臥室4張床1間衛浴
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您可獨享整個獨棟房屋。
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近期有8位房客稱讚此房源一塵不染。
絕佳位置
最近有95%的房客給予房源位置5星評分。
超棒入住體驗
最近有100%的房客給予入住流程5星評分。
This apartment is located at Sultanahmet just 200 meters away from the Blue mosque and has been designed to be a very cost effective flat for a family or a group of 5 persons. Well located, well decorated and well designed apartment waits for you.

房源空間
The apartment is really a very price convenient and well equiped apartment for family or groups. The apartment ensures the comfort and security of the travellers. The tramway station is 300 meters away and the bus station and metro is accordingly 150 meters and 300 meters away from the apartment. All the touristic attractions such as the Blue mosque, Topkapı Palace museum, Hagia Sophia, Grand Bazaar are within 400 meters distance. Experience the Old Istanbul with us, I assure you will have great memmories.

房客使用權限
The guests are allowd to use all the resources and equipments at the apartment. They will be given access to the wi-fi upon their arrival and they can use the unlimited high speed internet.

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We also organize tours cruise and airport transfers. So if the guests are interested then we can really help them in the most convenient way.
This apartment is located at Sultanahmet just 200 meters away from the Blue mosque and has been designed to be a very cost effective flat for a family or a group of 5 persons. Well located, well decorated and well designed apartment waits for you.

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The apartment is really a very price convenient and well equiped apartment for family or groups. The apartment ensures the comfort and security…

床型資訊

臥室1
1 張 1.4 米寬雙人床
共用空間
1 張 1.5 米寬雙人床、2張 1 米寬單人床

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5星中的4.55星,來自94則評價
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Sultanahmet、伊斯坦布爾(İstanbul)、土耳其

Around Sultanahmet Square
Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya), Sultanahmet Square (by tram: Sultanahmet), +90 212 522-17-50. Tu-Su 09:00-18:00. Dating from the sixth century, it was originally a basilica constructed for the Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian I. A masterwork of Roman engineering, the huge 30 m diameter dome covers what was for over 1000 years the largest enclosed space in the world. The church was looted by the fourth Crusaders in 1204, and became a mosque in the 15th century when The Ottomans conquered the city. It was converted into a museum in 1935. Don't miss the excellent mosaics, including those in the gallery, reached by a stone ramp to the left of the entrance. As of April, 2015, the entrance fee is 30 TL (credit cards & Turkish currency accepted), with no student deductions. You can also hire a guide at the entrance of the museum. Note: as of Dec 2011, the museum consists of a few poster boards of pictures and a little information. As of August 2013, construction work is being carried out. Hagia Sophia is still open, but there is scaffolding.
Topkapı Palace (Topkapı Sarayı) [4], Bab-i Hümayün Caddesi (by tram: Gülhane/Sultanahmet), +90 212 512-04-80. M,W-Su 09:00-17:00. The imperial enclave of the Ottoman emperors for four centuries. Lavishly decorated, with four courts of increasing grandeur. In the second court of the entrance to the Harem (admission extra, only by joining a guided tour) and the State Treasury, housing a weaponry display. The third court has the Imperial Treasury. Both Islamic and Christian relics, rugs, porcelain. The views from the Fourth Court over the Bosphorus are spectacular. You can also see Prophet Mohammed's belongings. 30 TL (no concessions, credit cards and Turkish currency accepted. Harem 15 TL extra). Note: As of April 2015, some of the areas of the palace are closed for restoration (eg the Prophet Mohammed's belongings).
BEWARE Any bus or tram with a sign or indication that it heads for or calls at Topkapı will NOT take you anywhere near Topkapı Palace. Rather it will to a neighbourhood named after the city gate near which it’s situated (“cannon gate”), which may be worth a trip to take a look at the impressive city walls. Topkapı neighbourhood is located in the extreme western part of the old city, near the city walls, while Topkapı Palace is located in the extreme eastern part, which means the distance between each other is at least 7-8km. ‘Topkapı’ alone almost always refer to the neighbourhood, not the palace. Taking a bus heading for Topkapı to go to the palace is a common mistake made by visitors. For the palace, the stop/station you should look for is 'Sultanahmet'.
Hagia Irene (Aya İrini), (on the grounds of Topkapı Palace). Hagia Irene, which you will notice to your left after entering the outer yard of Topkapı Palace, is one of few Byzantine-era cathedrals which was never converted to a mosque (though not used for religious purposes either during the Ottoman period). Hagia Irene is now (September 2014) open to the public, admission 20TL or with the Museum Pass. There are no audio guides or information signs within the building. edit
Sultanahmet Mosque (Sultanahmet Camii, aka Blue Mosque) [5], At Meydan Sokak 17, Sultanahmet (by tram: Sultanahmet), +90 212 518-13-19. May-Oct 09:00-21:00, Nov-Apr: 09:00-21:00. With its six minarets and sweeping architecture the Sultanahmet or 'Blue' Mosque impresses from the outside. Unlike Haghia Sophia, this is still a working mosque, entry is through the courtyard on the SW side which is back side of mosque. No shorts or bare shoulders (shawls are provided) and you will need to remove your footwear (bags are provided that you can place your shoes in). Entrance is free, but donations are welcome upon exit. The mosque is closed during ritual prayer but mosque volunteers provide you with a free presentation about the Mosque and also about Islam during that period. The venue for this event is the Mosque's conference hall. It is the building with "Free Event" sign that will be on your left while you are approaching the Mosque from Hagia Sophia. There is no entrance fee, and there is even free refreshments. Women need to wear head scarves, which can be bought in nearby shops for 5-15TL or borrowed at the mosque for free. Everyone needs to cover their legs (no shorts or short skirts).
Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan Sarnici). Yerebatan Cad., Sultanahmet [6], 09:00-18:30. A giant underground cistern built by Justinian in 532 to provide water to the city in cases of siege. A wooden walkway winds between the pillars, and lights and piped music add to the eerie atmosphere. Bring some type of fish food as you'll see enormous fish swimming below your feet, and throw a coin into the pool to make a wish. The statues of Medussa are impressive. 3 TL for Turkish citizens, 20 TL ( April 2015 -no concessions. Turkish currency NO credit cards accepted.).
Hippodrome, adjacent to the Basilica Cistern, Blue Mosque and Hagia Sophia. This was the centre of Roman and Byzantine Constantinople, and is a great place to begin one's tour and to watch people. The building no longer stands, but the obelisks and sculptures that have been collected here since Theodosius' time in the fourth century remain. The four bronze horses in the facade of St. Marco in Venice used to be on top of the Emperor's box in the Hippodrome and they were looted by the crusaders in 1204. While you are on your way to the hippodrome, don’t forget the German Fountain (Alman Çeşmesi), a neo-Byzantine style fountain building at the square leading to Hippodrome. It was a gift sent by German Kaiser Wilhelm II to the Ottoman Sultan.
Archeology Museums (Arkeoloji Müzeleri), Osman Hamdi Bey Yokuşu, Gülhane (tram: Gülhane; take the first right after entering Gülhane Park), ☎ +90 212 520-77-42, [7]. Tu-Su 09:00-19:00. Tickets stop being sold at 16:00. The first museum of Turkey, consist of there museums in same courtyard and different buildings; Archaeological Museum, the Ancient Orient Museum (Eski Şark Eserleri Müzesi) and Tiled Kiosk Museum (Çinili Köşk Müzesi). The museums houses of over 1 million archeological objects. One of the best pieces are Sumerian tablets such as oldest poem (8th century BC), Alexander the Great Sarcophagus, Treaty of Kadesh (oldest agreement in the world), wall of Babylon, Gezer Calendar (10th century BC) and much more! Note, that as of April 2015, many of the exhibits are unavailable (eg Alexander Sarcophagus) due to restoration work. 15 TL. edit
Great Palace Mosaics Museum (Büyük Saray Mozaikleri Müzesi), Arasta Çarşısı, Sultanahmet (just south of Blue Mosque), ☎ +90 212 518-12-05 (fax: +90 212 512-54-74), [8]. Tu-Su 09:00-16:30. Located in Arasta Bazaar, this museum hosts the pavement mosaics of the Byzantine-era Great Palace of Constantinople, which once occupied all the way from Sultanahmet Square, then the Hippodrome, to the coast of the Sea of Marmara. 10 TL. edit
Museum of Turkish and Islamic Art, (Sultanahmet). Carpets, rugs, calligraphy, pottery. With the same ticket, you can visit also the Ethnographic Museum downstairs where you can learn about the lifestyle of the Turks and their ancestors.. 10 TL. edit
Million, (on the street with the tram line, close to the entrance of Basilica Cistern). While this partially intact marble pillar dating back to 4th century AD may seem unremarkable, it was the starting point of any distance measured within the empire during the Byzantine era, so it may be nice to think that you are in the centre of where all the roads lead to (or rather start from). edit
Gülhane Park (near Sultanahmet, and next door to Museum of Archaeology). This park was royal hunting grounds in the past. Today it’s a public park with lots of seasonal flowers, including huge patches of tulips in early April, and huge plane trees (platanus)—which means lots of shade as well. The high walls on one side of the park seperates it from Topkapı Palace. At one end of the park are a group of nice outdoor cafés—all of which basically serve the same drinks and snacks—with a view of Bosphorus, a view that is as charming as the view from the Palace situated right above. Those cafés sell tea by teapot (which holds over 5 glasses of tea), and costs 6 TL or 8 TL for two persons for which you will get a slightly bigger teapot (note that while tea in each teapot is enough for two persons, they only serve one glass if you order one-person-teapots which cost 6 TL). On your way to the cafés, don't forget to check out the Column of the Goths (Gotlar Sütunu), a Corinthian-style marble pillar dating back to Roman times, located just behind the entrances of cafés. It was erected in honour of victory over Goths of either Claudius II Gothicus (r. 268-270) or Constantine the Great (r. 306-337), and it likely is the oldest artifact dating back to Roman era that is still intact in the city and possibly predates foundation of Constantinople, with some badly deformed Latin inscriptions on its pedestal. Also near the café is the ruins of a monastery dating back to Byzantine times. The park has two gates, one near Sultanahmet (on the street between Sultanahmet Sq and Sirkeci, the street on which tram runs), and the other on the avenue lying on the coastline. To get to Sirkeci/Eminönü from the latter, turn left after exiting the park. Free. edit
Soğukçeşme Street (Soğukçeşme Sokağı), (between Hagia Sophia, Topkapı Palace, and the gate of Gülhane Park). A car-free downhill cobbled street just behind Hagia Sophia, with renovated (or totally re-built) traditional wooden houses two- or three-storeys tall typical of Ottoman era, leaning against the outer wall of Topkapı Palace grounds/Gülhane Park. Worth a look to see what typical streetscape of Istanbul was like before the concrete came over. While around there, don't forget to check out Fountain of Sultan Ahmed III, at the square in front of the outer gate of Topkapı Palace, a huge standalone fountain building built in typical Ottoman rococo style in 1728.
Around Sultanahmet Square
Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya), Sultanahmet Square (by tram: Sultanahmet), +90 212 522-17-50. Tu-Su 09:00-18:00. Dating from the sixth century, it was originally a basilica constructed…

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加入時間:2015年7月
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We receive our guests cordially upon their arrival and give them a briefing about the apartment and the neighbourhood. The cleaning lady goes their and clean the flat every two days. We can come any time of the day according to our guest's requests.
We receive our guests cordially upon their arrival and give them a briefing about the apartment and the neighbourhood. The cleaning lady goes their and clean the flat every two day…
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