Camli Kosk Hotel

Kennedy Caddesi No 38/1, Sahil Yolu Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey
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TATTOO SHOPS IN ISTANBUL

by sdahlinger

Hey guys! wondering if anyone has advice on getting a tattoo in Istanbul. I really want to get one while I'm there and I'd like it to be done by a Turkish tattoo artist. Just want info on safe places to go, good artists, places to avoid, etc. Thanks!

Re: TATTOO SHOPS IN ISTANBUL

by AlperIst

Hi,

Once my guest wanted to make it here since it costs cheaper than in her country, I searched and find a good deal in Kadiköy and she was happy with the work.

There many places in central areas and hygenic, as far as I know.

Cheers.
Alper

Re: TATTOO SHOPS IN ISTANBUL

by fouads

hi

you can visit my page for Tattoo
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/fa1b/1c0a38/1/

Best wishes

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Cay and Nargileh

by AndreSTGT

Yes, Istanbul is a beautiful city with many great sights. But there are many beautiful cities in the world, so what makes Istanbul so special?
For me it was the hours spent in the city's wonderful cafés, drinking 'cay' or 'kafe', smoking nargileh (they have soooo many flavors).
It's just the perfect way to relax in between exhausting sightseeing sessions.
Check out one of the cafés under the Galata Bridge at night. The view on the illuminated Yeni Mosque mosque is breathtaking.

Istanbul City walls

by Erkmen

The location of old Istanbul is marked in a triangular shape by the 6½ km-long city walls. The walls are named Theodosius II city walls, which started construction in 413. An earthquake in 447 almost destroyed them, so were rebuilt in a hasty two months.

Original walls are 5m thick and 12m high, plus and outer wall of 2m by 8.5m. Since 1990, some areas have been rebuilt, and some unrestored areas collapsed during the 1999 earthquake. It is possible to walk along the entire length, which would take a full day, with highlights including Yedikule, edirnekapi and Mihrimah Camii.

Never give up.

by Dizzyhead

I am not used to bargaining or I like that. It is not typical in my Swedish culture, and I feel really bad when you cannot get the exact price directly. But according to my Turkish friend, you have to be tough and hard in this bargaining. But not stupid. You have to deal and bargaining with the Turkish salesman if you really want to buy it. Dont do as it as a sport and just to try to get a lower price, if you dont wanna buy it. That is not a good behaviour!

Asya

by MM212

Istanbul's geographic location, at the point where Europe (Avrupa) meets Asia (Asya), is most remarkable. While the city of Istanbul is officially in Europe, the Asian side has grown over the years to become an inseparable part of the city. Many "Asians" work in Europe during the day, and vice versa. Although overshadowed by Istanbul, the Asian side does have some historic buildings to visit. Üsküdar, the largest city on the Asian side, is the ancient Chrysopolis and Scutari, and was first settled in the 7th century BC! While no ancient monuments remain, the Ottoman heritage is quite present as Üsküdar became part of the empire a century before Constantinople. Though to be able to tell those back home that one crossed from Avrupa to Asya and back in an afternoon is priceless!

Enjoy the early mornings

by SirRichard

After 9pm Istanbul touristic center is empty. The few night activities take place in the Pera-Taksim area.
So if you go to bed early, get up early too, and enjoy Istanbul before all the tourists invade it.
Take a walk by the gardens between Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque, have a tea at an empty Divan Yolu terrace, see how merchants open their shops at the Grand Bazaar without the rush of the daily activity... relax...

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