Entes Apart Hotel

Taksim Istiklal Cad Ipek Sok No:19, Istanbul, 80060, Turkey
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Turkey Transit Visa issue from the e-konsolosluk.net website

by Akira_sg

Hi Friends,

Last week, I applied for a Turkey transit visa from the e-consulate website (http://www.e-konsolosluk.net/) and I am having trouble printing out the application form since it does not allow me to print it. I read on their website that I need to mail them the hard copy of the form (along with a passport size photo and other supporting documents) for processing of my visa.

I have sent them multiple emails asking for help on this issue, but I still haven't heard back from them :(
I was therefore wondering if anyone else who applied for their visa through the e-consulate website had similar problems and could help me out with this.

Thanks a lot.

Re: Turkey Transit Visa issue from the e-konsolosluk.net website

by hawkhead

You give no information about yourself on your profile page. Are you not able to obtain a visa at the port of entry?

Re: Turkey Transit Visa issue from the e-konsolosluk.net website

by Akira_sg

I actually dispatched my application through Fedex yesterday.

I called up the consulate and they told me that they were having some issues with the online application form and recommended me to print out the application form in whatever fashion I could.

Keeping my fingers crossed for the transit visa :)

Travel Tips for Istanbul

see the islands.. Take the...

by Tulin

see the islands.. Take the ferry from Karakoy , kadikoy or Bostanci and visit the islands one by one.. It is like another world. No cars!!! When you come back to the harbour ,why dont you just sit down while you wait for the boat to the mainland and eat kebab or fish at one of the restaurants.. They have great food and good price..

The city is Rising

by Erkmen

When you open your window outside the touristy area, you will see the Business district of Istanbul.. with all those high and technology maniac buildings..

The city is rising enourmously and you can not follow how fast they are growing.. Good thing is that they are mainly located in the new Business district and do not affect he skyline of the Touristy area..

The highest buildings of Balkan Peninsula are all Located in Istanbul.. Istanbul has all the top 20 Highest buildings of Balkan peninsula, where the highest building is Isbank Tower with 181m, and follow ups are Tekstilkent Plazas with 168 m, Akbank Tower with 158 m...

I've been amazed how many...

by Milanna

I've been amazed how many smoking women are in Istanbul!!!It's very developed city and comparing to deep country women don't cover theirselves and rather independent.But in Masque they will ask You to take Your shoes off.

PRINCES ISLANDS - HEYBELIADA ISLAND

by balhannah

Heybeliada Island (means saddlebag) is the second largest Prince's island, and is shaped similar to a saddlebag!
It is quite pretty with natural beauty, it has an attractive looking Naval Academy which has a small Church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, Sanatorium and a Orthodox Church that was used as a school for the monks in the old days.

When arriving by ferry, if you take the road to the right, it leads to “fayton” (Horse & Carriage)rides. You can also take Donkey rides.
On the left side, under pergolas are tea gardens.
If you decide to walk and climb uphill, you reach the “Monk School” and Haghia Triada Monastery. This school is now the "Greek Boys School," and dates back to 1200. Many Orthodox monks graduated from this school up until 1971.
The headland got its name from the ruined mill standing on top of it. There is a small Entrance fee, and nearby a Cafe.

If you walk past the Haghia Nicola Church behind the market place and turn right you arrive at Lozan Avenue. THIS IS A GOOD LOCATION TO TAKE PHOTOS OF THE OLD HOUSES.
Along here is the home of the second President of Turkish Republic, Halki Palace Hotel is on the right of the road. If you climb the stairs opposite the hotel you reach a track which takes you on a climb to the upper road.

Fayton rides can be either a Long Or a Short ride.

Shopping in Grand Bazaar

by Dirim about grand bazaar

I am sure that everybody knows about the Grand Bazaar, or to say it Kapalicarsi. During my last visits, I have recognized something bad. Grand Bazaar is fading. Instead of cloth shops, etc. the number of gastronomic shops are increasing because the shopkeepers cannot make money anymore. It is very rare to see somebody buying something.

I have to say that if you want to buy something from Turkey, do not have doubt to think about Grand Bazaar. The prices are good there. But, do not forget to bargain. It isnot because the shopkeepers want to cheat you. But, it is because bargaining is like a ritual in traditional shopping centers like Grand Bazaar.

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