Ekol Hotel

Tamburicemilbey Sok. No:7 Aksaray, Istanbul, 34093, Turkey
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Istanbul apartament

by muleyomar

How can I find a small and good apartment to rent in Istanbul in January 2010 for good value of money???

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by Mikebb

Bookmark, for late Sept

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by neodue

please visit my hotel tips.

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by infinitys

try this following website


Re: Istanbul apartament

by muleyomar

Thank you for answer me, but Where are your hotel tips??

Re: Istanbul apartament

by muleyomar

thanks for answer me but no good ,I am looking for renting, but thanks.

Re: Istanbul apartament

by neodue

my hotel tips are in my tips section and if you want to rent a flat
visit www.sahibinden.com and www.hurriyetemlak.com
where about in Istanbul you want to rent an apartment?

Re: Istanbul apartament

by muratuzun

Hi muleyomar!

We are working on tourism organisation in İstanbul.Not all our apartments for now but you can watch the listed ones from fallowing link. (www.istanbulapartmentsrental.com)
Also we can offer you different choises.You will find there information about apartments,booking conditions and our services.You can be sure, our staff is making everything possible for our guests to make them feel comfortable and to make them come back to us again and again.
Thank you.



Re: Istanbul apartament

by boragok

if you haven't come yet, i can rent a room from my house in city center. Asia side.

Travel Tips for Istanbul

The Taksim is unique to the...

by catdockev

The Taksim is unique to the city. Sail on The Sea of Mamara for the best views of the city. There are small ialnds to see, try Prince's Island for lunch and a carriage ride. Stand in the Spice Bazaar and smell the spice of life!!!!

Sea is the easiest way to discover the city..

by mehbos37

In Istanbul ,traffic is a huge problem...Use sea options as much as you can..
The ferries are very practical, comfortable and nostalgic...
Bebek Port is a good choice if you wish to enjoy the view and save time &money..

Turkish Bath Party

by mabozer

Cagaloglu Hamam, which has been exclusively reserved for you. At first, it may sound strange to make an evening program at such a place, but according to your experience, assure you that it has been the very highlight of you. First, the you will have the opportunity to bath and be massaged at the hamam.It will be advisable to have bathing suites, although towels etc. Are provided by the bath. Thereafter, a rich open buffet awaits you and belly-dancers and musicians will entertain them during the evening.

Yerebatan Sarnici: the sunken cistern

by leics

Briliant place this...hugely atmospheric and really rather weird (because it was patently never intended to be looked at).

This was the first of Sultanahmet's ancient cisterns to be fully-excavated, and is a truly magnificent piece of architecture.

It's simply huge, and probably dates from the 4th century AD (with probable enlargement in the 6th century).

It was re-discovered in the 1500s (people who lived above it had sunk wells into it, and were even fishing in it!). but wasn't properly cleared and made safe until 1987.

The water is full of fish (some massive ones!), interesting architectural bits and pieces are spotlit......and when I visited there was a continual dripping of water from the arched ceiling (a bit odd).

There are 336 columns, many of which are recycled from other Roman sites......two superb Medusa heads, for example, which are entirely wonderful.

Well worth a visit; it's a unique experience imo.

Ethnic shopping in Istanbul

by lucygwt about grand bazaar

Grand bazaar was established by Mehmet II around 1453, theres a lot of shops inside and an unique architectural, many enter gate but we cant loose the way because theres a lot of signposting.
I entered throu Carsikapi gate in front of Beyazit tram stop, this side is the easy way from my hotel in Taksim area, or you can use a bus number 81 from Taksim . We can buy a lot of unique and ethnic things ,like souvenirs (key chain, wallet, t-shirt ) , carpets, scarf and leather goods Remember always to bargain...and use cash YLT ( new Turkish Lira ).


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