Nayla Palace

Kutlugun Sokak. No:22, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey
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Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transportation to Sultanahmet

by cosmichoover

Hi! I will be arriving at Sabiha Gokcen airport in May and I'm trying to find out how to get to Sultanahmet. I'm finding conflicting information re timetable/prices and getting quite confused! Has anyone done this journey recently and could advise me on the best way to do it? Thanks very much!

Re: Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transportation to Sultanahmet

by balhannah

I used this shuttle service for ataturk airport, and they service sabih gokcen as well.
http://www.istanbulairportshuttle.com/

Re: Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transportation to Sultanahmet

by mitata

There is shuttle bus services. From the airport, take bus number E10 and get off at the last station in Kadikoy. You can find the bus timetable from the below link. Cost is around 2$

http://www.iett.gov.tr/en/saat/hareketsaati.php?hid=hat&hatcode=E-10&a%26=BtnSaatler.x%3D25%26BtnSaatler.y%3D12&imageField2.x=16&imageField2.y=9

From Kadikoy, take ferry to Eminonu. The port name is “Eminonu Iskelesi” and there are ferries in every 30 minutes. It costs 1$. You can walk to Sultanahmet area and takes you 10 minutes or you can take taxi, cost you 4$

Re: Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transportation to Sultanahmet

by Jawnuta

We did it last summer.

Details on my Istanbul page in transportation tips.

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/df069/1c0a38/9/#1977166

Re: Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transportation to Sultanahmet

by Durfun

Hi,

I did this same journey in October 2009.

Get the Havas bus from outside SG airport. Journey time upto 1.25 hours, dropping you off at Taksim. From there take the metro from near the main square (statue on the road centre) to Kabatas. Change metro once again from Kabatas to Sultanahmet! Easy peasy :)

Check on my transportation tips.

Re: Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transportation to Sultanahmet

by zagrosso

hi, if you prefer atatürk airport, it will be easier to get sultan ahmet. but if u have some special reasons of choosing sabiha gökçen then the directions to sultan ahmet is up to ur arriving time to the airport. if u come in the daylight or in the evening, u can get a bus from the airport to the kadıköy, from kadıköy u can get the ferry to eminönü. eminönü is about 25-30 mins far from sultan ahmet by walking. i work at a hotel in sirkeci, sirkeci is between sultan ahmet n eminönü. if u plan to come here i can book even 1 room for u. :)the location of the hotel is great, it ll be economic for u while u wanna travel in istanbul. coz its near to many historical places..take care bye. :)

Re: Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transportation to Sultanahmet

by vicealigator

mitata is right.
I did exactly the same last December.

Travel Tips for Istanbul

POLONESKOY

by Aggeliki

POLONESKOY is a very nice village, on the Asia side, 25 km from Istanbul. It was founded in the 19th century by Polish immigrants. Very nice villas are guests houses and pansions. you can enjoy there the hospitality, the quietness of nature and nice walks.

FINDING YOUR DIRECTION IN ISTANBUL

by neodue

It is very importan to find where you are while you are travelling in the city.You can find you direction easily with this City Guide (METROPOLITAN CITY PLAN).It is in Turkish Unfortunately but I hope I can help you about using this map.
http://sehirrehberi.ibb.gov.tr/MapForm.aspx?&rw=1EF&cl=3F4
please click above the link and see the scene.
It is satellite photo of Istanbul.It is not just a photo it is map of Istanbul and you can see all the streets of Istanbul.above the page followings written;
HAVA FOTO 1946 (AIR PHOTO IN 1946)
UYDU HAVA_FOTO 2005 (SATELLITE AIR PHOTO 2005)
HARITA (MAP)
PLAN 1/100000) (ARCITECTURE PLAN OF CITY)
ARAMA (SEARCH)

You can see the DISTRICT NAMES on the Map and I give the distrcit names and you can search in the districts.Districts diveded to quarters.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Districts_of_Istanbul

Some important districts to know
EMINONU- (HAGIA SOPHIA-BLUE MOSQUE-HEART OF THE CITY-MAIN TRAIN STATION)
FATIH- (KHORA MUSEUM-FATIH MOSQUE-YEDIKULE-BALAT-FENER)
BEYOGLU (GALATA TOWER-TAKSIM-BEYOGLU-ISTIKLAL STREET-SEA PORT FOR PASSENGERS)
BESIKTAS (DOLMABAHCE PALACE-CIRAGAN PALACE-YILDIZ PALACE)
SISLI (MILITARY MUSEUM-ATATURK HOUSE-CEVAHIR SHOPPING CENTRE-NISANTASI
BAKIRKOY ATAURK AIRPORT LOCATED
PENDIK SABIHA GOKCEN AIRPORT LOCATED

Now We will see the ARAMA (SEARCH ) buttons how to work?

when you click on it you will see this menu

Nazar Boncuk – The Evil Eye!

by H-TownJourneyman

One common sight you will see all over Turkey is jewelry & decorations incorporating this blue eye symbol. Nazar Boncuk, as it is called, is actually thought to defend against, and absorb evil energy. Commonly it is used in necklaces and bracelets, as well as amulets hung on walls in homes and places of business. It is also tradition to immediately place one in some form on a newborn baby, as to protect it from sickness or harm.

Yuvacik dam and around Camiduzu.

by Tdiver

Looks like the black sea region but is only 2 hours from Istanbul.Great for picnics and guaranteed peace and nature.Fresh river fish restaurants tucked away in odd places.Rhododendron everywhere,plus other wild flowers and animals.Great views.
Around an hour to the west is Izmit,take the turn off for Izmit otogar/Yalova.From the turnpike take 1st left signed,keep going heading D130 signed Yalova.Just after sign turn off for Kullar.Keep going to PetrolOfisi gas station and turn left before the bridge.Keep going until Kullar stadyum sign and turn right.Go through Kullar to the left of the Mosque and turn left just before Saglik Bakanligi building on the left.Head up to Yuvacik.In Yuvacik turn left just past green Mosque,signed Yuvacik baraji,it's on a building.Road twist through the back streets.Go up right side of dam.At the top turn left and cross the dam and turn right,signed Camiduzu.Keep on when you reach Cataldere sign turn right side of it.From now on stop anywhere you fancy.We carried on through Camiduzu,turned for Serindere.4km up track is Yellow Mosque,3km to Serindere to right.We went to Ornekkoy to left.Just past the village we stopped and picnicked.More photos HERE

Naval Museum

by traveloturc

The Naval Museum contains artifacts from the history of Turkish naval warfare. It was founded in 1897 at the Taskizak Docks. The museum moved to the district of Kasimpasa along the Golden Horn in 1940's. Twenty years later, it was relocated to the finance building in Besiktas. Among the objects displayed are some of Ataturk's personal belongings, his photos, objects from yachts he used in the Ataturk's Room; objects and paintings of Savarona Yacht in which Ataturk stayed in the Savarona Room; the name plates, portraits, personal belongings of Turkish Seamen killed in battles or died while performing their missions in the Martyrs Room; hand made and printed maps showing the Ottoman Empire and Mediterranean World from 1461 and 19th in the Maps and Charts Room; Turkish Naval uniforms in the Uniform Room; the galleon of the Sultan Mehmet IV, original rowboats used by the Turkish court personnel until the 20th. Century in the Caiques Gallery; ship anchors, naval and land cannons, torpedoes, inscriptions of naval buildings, tombstones of Turkish seamen and the German Submarine UB 46 sunk in the Black Sea in 1916.
Naval Museum
Iskele Caddesi, Besiktas
Open daily except Mondays and Tuesdays, 09:30-17:00

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Address: Kutlugun Sokak. No:22, Sultanahmet, Istanbul, Turkey