Art Otel

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Messihpasa Cd No 16 Laleli, Istanbul, 34020, TR
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Forum Posts

Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by azizshaikh09

Can you please advice the proper way to travel from Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada. I have heard ferries depart from Eminonu station, Besiktas Station and Kabatas Station? Confused where to depart from.

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by KakapoTheParrot

We did a day trip a few years back. We departed from Eminonu but we just picked there because someone was standing there advertising day trips. I wouldn't suggest there aren't departures from other places too. The boat operators are hard to miss. If you show a bit of interest, they are hard to avoid.

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by melek02

Yes it's true, ferry departs from different stations. Please let us know there you will stay and I can advice which station is more convenient for you.

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by Martin_S.

The Eminonu station was convenient because of its nearness to the tram line.
Martin

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by azizshaikh09

Staying at Sultanahmet district. As you all said it's depart from all the stations then Eminonu is feasible. How i know the schedule of departure & arrival again to Eminonu from Buyukada.

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by max_stirner

Hi ;-))

http://www.sehirhatlari.com.tr/en/2010_2011_Kis_Tarifesi-content-m-26-42.html

Max ;-)

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by max_stirner

Departure on conventionnal ferries are not from Eminonu anymore but from Kabatas with a stop in Kadikoy.
There are speed boat too, but less scenic and more expensive.

Max :-)

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by melek02

I guess metioned speed boat departs from Eminonu, but I have never used it as I lived in Asian Part of Istanbul.

Anyway to depart from Kabatas is still not a problem, it is just few tramway stops away after Emenonu, you should use the same tramway with the same direction but go out on the stop Kabatas but not Emenonu.

Re: Istanbul to Princes' Island - Buyukada

by max_stirner

There is not speed boat from Eminonu to anywhere as far as I know.
From Kabatas to Adalar yes.

Max ;-)

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Simit - Turkish Street Snack

by boocik04

The simit is a popular quick snack, sold from glass covered carts by street vendors. It is made from a circular ring of bread topped with sesame seeds. The simit seller has long been a common sight in the city streets of Turkey.

The traditional ingredients for simit commonly include flour, butter, eggs, olive oil, milk and, naturally, sesame seeds to go on top and their preparation is relatively quick and simple. The simit differs significantly from the bagel, which it resembles, in its firm texture, thinner bread and larger central space. Simit, as this name suggests, is at its best when the bread is fresh and crispy.

Balloon in Kadiköy

by MalenaN

In Kadiköy, on the Asian shore, there is a balloon to go up in to have wonderful views over Istanbul. It is not flying but going straight up 200 metres and off course only does this when the weather conditions are good - not too much wind and no rain.

Local Bazaars

by Lion_Beat

In every region of Istanbul there are certain days of the week when right on the streets the local bazaars are opened.
Quite amasing, the tradition is still alive :)
But of course nowdays it doesnt look like The Grand Bazaar... You can find mostly things to eat here, clothes and some over things for the house.
So if you wiil be staying in Istanbul you can make you fruits and vegetables shopping on the street bazaar!

Cicek Pazari (Flower Bazaar)

by ozalp

Cicek Pazari leans the outer walls of Egyptian (Spice) Market. It is at the left side of Market's main entrance while your face towards the gate. Wandering in Cicek Pazari is not an "Off The Beaten Path" for locals because we buy our flowers, trees, seeds and such requirements here. Also you can find interesting animals (not only pets, animals like partdige, pheasant, leech) here. It is always full of people bargaining.

Ataturk Museum

by traveloturc

House where Ataturk lived and worked before the War of Independence during his stay in Istanbul between 1918 and 1919, originally was built in 1908 and restored by the Municipality of Istanbul in 1943, opening to the public in 1981. Top floor of this building was reserved to His mother Zubeyde Hanim and His sister Makbule, meanwhile Ataturk used middle floor for himself and lower floor for His loyal officer.
On display are photographs of Ataturk from his birth until his death, as well as some of his clothes, personal belongings and paintings. It's located at Halaskargazi Street in Sisli district.
Open daily between 09:30-16:00 except Thursdays and Sundays.

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