Orient Mintur Hotel - Istanbul

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Mermerciler Caddesi No:5, Yenikapi, Istanbul, 34380, Turkey
Orient Mintur Hotel - Istanbul
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  • Families71
  • Couples60
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Topkapi palce

by sauditiger

Greeting

Would like to know the price of admission to Topkapi palace , Hagia sofia palace and the Blue mosque?


Thanks a lot

Re: Topkapi palce

by explore_discover

Topkapi palace Tickets cost was 20 Turkish Lira per person for 2009 season. The Museum is open between 9:00 am-5:00 pm everyday except for Tuesdays. Tickets are purchased in the gateway to the Second Court.

The Harem section needs a separate admission fee and costs another 15 Lira. There is a discounted fee for the students. The Harem Section can be visited with a separate ticket in the ticket office near the Harem entrance. The tours to Harem are operated every half hour from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm.

An audio guide system which can be rented on the entrance for a cost of 15Lira The audio guide system is much like a big mobile phone. All important items on the palace was identified with numbers and if you dial the code number of the item or place, you can get a full description of it. Currently the system is available on following languages, English, Germain, French, Spanish and Italian


Hagia sofia palace fee was 20 Lira

Blue Mosque is Free to enter any time

Re: Topkapi palce

by sauditiger

Thanks a lot...

Travel Tips for Istanbul

Akbil for easy transportation

by muratkorman

Most of the locals use Akbil which is an electronic keycard for transportation. It can be charged with credit on many counters available all around Istanbul. You can use Akbil in public buses, trains, boats, metro and seabuses. Instead of going on the queue for coins, get your Akbil on your first day and charge it with some money. You will have more comfort and you will also pay reduced rates. With Akbil you can also save from transfer options. For example, if you take the metro and after that take a bus, you don't pay for the bus as it is considered as transfer. Of course, this also has some limitations. You can get more details on Akbil counters.

The Pera Palas Hotel - the...

by Linda_Cuthbe

The Pera Palas Hotel - the first hotel in Istanbul built in 1892 for passengers of the Orient Express. It is still a working 4* hotel but with an impressive history & is open to the public to experience a piece of history.....better than any museum. This hotel is like a step back in time & cannot be recommended enough It's beauty, the people & the culture

Dress appropriately

by Durfun

In Summer it will be hot, so light clothing would be practical.

Istanbul and similar big cities like Ankara are very modern & cosmopolitan in most respects.

One only needs to dress conservatively when entering mosques (religion calls for the traditional aspect of their culture).

Hence, at such sites ladies need to ensure their shoulders and legs are covered.

Ortakoy

by Birsen

In Ortaköy, artists gather every Sunday to exhibit their works in a streetside gallery. The variety of people create a lively scene; sample a delicious bite from one of the street vendors. In Ortaköy, there is a church, mosque and a synagogue that have existed side by side for hundreds of years - a tribute to Turkish secularism and tolerance. Overshadowing Istanbul's traditional architecture is the Bosphorus Bridge, one of the world's largest suspension bridges linking Europe and Asia.

BEYAZIT MOSQUE

by balhannah

This Mosque is one of Istanbul's oldest, being built between 1500 & 1505 under Sultan Beyazit II, who died in 1512. His remains were buried in the gardens with his family.

The mosque was built over the ruins of the Forum of Tauri built by the Byzantine Emperor Theodosius, and was once at the center of a large complex, including a school, kitchen, caravanserai, hamam, and soup kitchen for the poor.

It is located next to Istanbul University and the Grand Bazaar in the center of a large 16th-century complex that includes schools and other buildings.

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Address: Mermerciler Caddesi No:5, Yenikapi, Istanbul, 34380, Turkey