Marmara Camlica

AtIf Bey Sokak 67 - 69, Istanbul, 34662, Turkey
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Daytrips from Istanbul

by Raimix

Hello dear VT'ers!

I am interested what places could be nice to make daytrips from Istanbul (I guess places should be max. 150 km from Istanbul to reach by public transportation). I am interested in medieval historical towns, natural places.

Thanx for answers!
Greetings!
Raimundas.

Re: Daytrips from Istanbul

by wise23girl

I was looking at the Istanbul pages today and one of the members had written about a tour that they enjoyed and gave this website

www.touroperatorsistanbul.com/

I am not recommending personally but you will find the member who did in the Istanbul travel guide.

Re: Daytrips from Istanbul

by IndianPacific

The boat trip along the Bosporus, nearly to the Blck Sea, is a nice day trip.

Re: Daytrips from Istanbul

by IndianPacific

BLOODY KEYBOARD

The boat trip along the Bosporus, nearly to the Black Sea, is a nice day trip.

Re: Daytrips from Istanbul

by KakapoTheParrot

We did a trip to Princes' Island - although I see looking them up before writing this (couldn't remember if it was Princes' or Princess) that it's actually 9 islands. We got a boat trip from near Galata Bridge. There was a pony and cart ride around the island. Very pleasant day out in the sunshine and nice to see a little countryside.

Re: Daytrips from Istanbul

by Durfun

You could head for Konya, Bursa (the ski resort), and Iznik (where the famed tiles were made).

Iznik (Nicea) is a bit further than 150 kms, it's 127 miles away (204 kms).

Re: Daytrips from Istanbul

by Mikebb

We were in Istanbul 6 weeks ago. We took the ferry trip along the Bosphorous towards the Black Sea. Very nice, recommend you leave mid morning , as it stops at a fishing village ( last stop before returning) where you can have a fresh fish lunch, extremely cheap lunch.

Re: Daytrips from Istanbul

by muratkorman

Konya, as Durfun suggested, is far away from Istanbul. Perhaps the name was meant to be some other place. I can suggest a few places : Yalova for thermal baths,Bursa for famous Iskender Kebab and Chestnut delights as well as Uludag, Edirne for the big mosque and delicious meals of meat. Prince's islands and Bosphorus trip don't count as they are already within Istanbul premises, but you should definitely try if the weather permits. You can check my Istanbul page for more useful tips and details.

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Linking Two Continents.

by illumina

Istanbul is the only metropolis in the world which is situated on two continents, and due to its unique situation provides a bridge between Europe and Asia, and between different cultures as well. The fact that the city was the former capital of three successive empires - Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman - means that it is also a remarkable link from the past to the future. Crossing the Bosphorus from Europe to Asia Minor by ferry was a wonderful experience - and the first time I left my own Continent, albeit briefly!

Kumkapi

by Erkmen

Kumkapi is a small district cery close to touristy area and famous with its fish restaurants... More than 20 restaurants all gathered in 3-4 small roads are waiting for their customers..

Even if you dont mind eating here just spare some time to visit this place.. Especaily during dinner time its quiet crowded and the atmosphere is very authentic.. In every fish restaurants there is another activity going on.. Sometimes it gets very loud but overall a nice evening can be spent...

Traditional Costumes

by Sharrie

Women in Turkey sometimes wear traditional costumes & cover their heads with a veil which is called the mahrem consisting of 2 pieces of muslin; the 1st covered the face up to the nose while the 2nd was wrapped around their head & neck & knotted.

Suleymaniye Hammam

by Heniko

The Magnificent Sultan Suleyman had this Hamam built by the famous Architect Sinan in 1550.

Services included were: Washing, peeling, soap massage, locked clothes changing cabin, loincloth, patten. Also had two ways free shuttle service for the hotel guests if the booking comes through their reception.

All the guests are also insured from the beginning of their transfer till their return to the hotels.

Suleymaniye Hammam is a mixed (male/female) hammam. There are no different section for each sex thus the families may comfortably enjoy this hammam together. Which I didnt really like that is mixed and felt little uncomfortable, but if you can get a single hammam for you it is good.

Masseurs are trained and professional people.

You can catch your own inner peace with history and water in our hammam in this bath.

The Milion

by leics

Divan Yolu was once the main approach to Topkapi, thronged with people making their way to and from the Divan.

Before that, in Roman/Byzantine Istanbul, this street was known as 'the middleway' (Mese) and there was once a triumphal arch at its Topkapi end.

Little of this once-enormous arch remains, but you can still see a tiny bit. Keep your eyes open for it, because it's far too easy to miss.

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