Kupeli Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Hamam Cad. 4, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey
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88%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
50%
73
Very Good
28%
41
Average
10%
15
Poor
6%
9
Terrible
4%
6

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  • Couples76
  • Solo94
  • Business88

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Forum Posts

bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by pepipepi

Bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport to Laleli Kemalpasa Mah Gencturk Cad, Cukurcesma Sok No 37 Sehzadebasi Hotel Zagreb? Whic is the best way to get to europian site from the airport?

Re: bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by Durfun

Hi,

Take the Havas bus to Taksim. Cost = 12 YTL, duration = 1.25 hours. That is Europe itself.

To reach Sultanahmet, for instance, go to Taksim metro, and arrive at Kabatas. Fare = 1.5 YTL; next metro in direction of Zeytinburnu, fare = 1.5 YTL again.

Sorted :)

Re: bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by leics

Surely Taksim is on the Asian side?

Info/timetable for buses from the airport here:

http://www.sgairport.com/havaalani/eng/ulasim/iett.asp

Hotel directions/info here:

http://www.istanbulzagrebhotel.com/en/otel.htm

Re: bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by Durfun

Nope, Taksim is Europe!!

Re: bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by leics

Soz..brain not functioning properly today. :-(

Re: bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by pepipepi

Thank you, I hope that your reply can help me and my friend to save some money and time! We only have 4 days to see much as possible.

Re: bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by Durfun

No problemo ;)

Definitely take a ferry to Uskudar (from Eminonu) for some excellent fish restaurants; and also one all the way up the Bosphorus, to admire the stylish 'yalis' - waterfront villas of wealthy mercants.

I did Istanbul in 3 days tops, so 4 days is plenty! Try to see Topkapi. Dolmabahce from inside is breathtaking :)

Re: bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by infinitys

hello,

Take a bus so called '' HAVAS '' in Turkish from the airport which is the most economical and feasible solution to come to the city centrum of Europian side of Istanbul

bus from Sabiha Gokcen airport

by neodue

Dear VT'er

Please visit my tranpostation tip for the detalied information.

Best Regards

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Take a BACK IN TIME look at Istanbul

by Lion_Beat

Take a look at Istanbul!

Oh, yeah!!!
I remeber these days! No traffic problems, fresh air!
Just great!!! Those were the days my friend,
We'd thought they'd never end,
We'd sing and dance for-ever and a day,
We'd live the life we choose,
We'd fight and never lose,
For we were young and sure to have our way.
Lalala lah lala, lalala lah lala
Those were the days, oh yes, those were the days.

Then the busy years when rushing by us.
We lost our starry notions on the way.
If by chance I'd see you in the tavern,
We'd smile at one another and we'd say:

Just tonight I stood before the tavern,
Nothing seemed the way it used to be.
In the glass I saw a strange reflection,
Was that lonely person really me.

Istanbul Tip

by maribelm

Si se esta interesado en comprar una alfombra, entraras en todo un ritual. Charlas con los comerciantes que te invitan a tomar algun te (sobre todo de manzana), exposicion de cientos de alfombras mientras te explican las calidades y diferencias de unas y otras. Al final, se llega a ser casi un experto y a distinguir las buenas de las malas. Pero sobre todo en el recuerdo quedan las charlas y tomar un te de manzana buenisimo.
Otro buen recuerdo que queda en la memoria es la comida en cualquier puesto por la calle.

After seeing several shops in...

by Pamela_Peace

After seeing several shops in Istanbul that displayed costumes such as the one on this manequin, I learned the Turkish custom of circumcission. Although performed by Christians and Jews alike during the first week of a baby boy's life, here they must wait until the age of 6-7, the last summer before entering school. In the morning of the big day, boys are dressed in their costume and treated like little princes - they receive gifts and money from relatives and they are taken wherever they choose to go. That evening the rite takes place either at a clinic or at home by a specialist, without anesthetic. At this point, the young Turk becomes a boy and he must complete military service before being considered a man.

The Rustem Pasa Mosque

by mikelisaanna

The Rustem Pasa Mosque is one of the best small mosques in Istanbul from an architectural standpoint. Designed by Sinan, the Ottoman empire's top architect, the Rustem Pasa mosque is best known for the beautiful tiles that decorated its interior walls and ceiling. The tiles were from Iznik, the center of the Ottoman tile industry.

The mosque is named for Rustem Pasa, one of Sultan Suleyman's grand viziers (and also his son-in-law), who provided funding for its construction. It is located adjacent to the Spice Bazaar, whose shopkeepers helped fund its upkeep over the centuries.

[photos to come]

Fountain of Sultan Ahmed III

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The Fountain of Sultan Ahmed III is a Turkish rococo structure located in the great square in front of the Imperial Gate of Topkapý Palace. It was built under Ottoman Sultan Ahmed III in 1728, in the style of the Tulip period.
The fountain is a large square block built with five small domes. Mihrab-shaped niches decorated in low relief with foliate and floral designs in each of the four façades, each containing a drinking fountain (cesme). The water is supplied from an octagonal pool inside the kiosk, with circulation space around it for kiosk attendants. On each corner is a triple-grilled sebil.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Istanbul on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 41° 0' 30.60" N 28° 58' 51.48" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Ahmed III Fountain.

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Address: Hamam Cad. 4, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, 34400, Turkey