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ferry

by karamella

My last questions about my Istanbul trip.

I would like to visit the Asian part, I haven't been there before.
I know there are different ports on both sides. From where to where
does it worth to go? Does it worth a visit to go to Bagdat str?
Or what else? Do you have any informations about schedule and price?
(it would be on 02 apr/friday).
Thank you

Re: ferry

by TheWanderingCamel

Here's pretty well everything you could possibly want to know about Itanbul ferries. Definitely something to do whilst you're there.

http://www.turkeytravelplanner.com/go/Istanbul/Transport/IstanbulFerry.html

Re: ferry

by Durfun

Hi,

Catch a local ferry from Eminonu to Uskudar (12 minute journey). Great fish restaurants there.

For your return leg, you can walk between Uskudar & Harem (25 minutes). The last 1/4 is a scenic promenade by the sea, with far reaching open views.

Many people relax by the sea-shore 'cafes': basically there are cushions & sheets laid out on the stones, where you use the 'padded' riser of the step above as your seat backing. Quite quirky!!

Re: ferry

by muratkorman

From Eminonu you can take the ferry to Kadikoy, Uskudar or Adalar (Prince Islands). Bagdat Street is nice to walk along. From Uskudar you can follow the Bosphorus on Asian side. Places like Beylerbeyi and Kanlica are worth visiting. From Kadikoy, you can take a walk to Moda or take a dolmus to Bostanci and start discovering Bagdat Street. If you choose Adalar, you will enjoy the silence and serenity as it is off season. For the places I have mentioned, you can check some of my tips. Enjoy Istanbul :)

Re: ferry

by Sirvictor

Kedves Judith, Hogy van?
Take the ferry from Karakoy (read:Karakoey, Karakoei)to Kadikoy at the Asian part of Istanbul. It takes only 15 minutes to reach the other part. At kadikoy. If you stand your back to the sea and your face to land you will see a little mosque just a few steps inland on the main street.
1- the utca's behind the mosque is the open bazaar of Kadikoy. Just walk in the many utcas.It is interesting.Kadikoy is not a touristic place. It is real place for Turkish moslems, Jews and christians.
2- ıf you walk passing the mosque a smooth way you will come to a little centre in 4 minutes. Turn right. It is the Bahariye street. You can walk the long street or take the nostalgia tram to Fenerbahce where you can sit at many cafes on the shore and relex.
3- Bagdad Caddesi is the beginning of long ancient way to Bagdad from ıstanbul. It is a shoppingstreet fot Turks.
Have a nice time in Istanbul.
April 30th I will be coming to Budapest with my family for the 15th time for a short visit til May 20th. I will held a conference at Hungarian Turkish Friendship Society.
Tosun Saral
Turkish Hungarian Friendship Society in Ankara

Re: ferry

by Durfun

Hey, These are cool insider tips, SirV! Thanks :)

Travel Tips for Istanbul

As a forward looking city...

by AliJoe

As a forward looking city steeped in history, Istanbul presents intriguing contrasts. The Byzantine and Ottoman monuments of Sultan Ahmet are reminders of the former capital's heritage. The medieval and mordern are also reflected in the city's inhabitants.

ENTRANCE FEES OF MUSEUMS AND PALACES

by neodue

Welcome to Istanbul.When you get of from Cruise port cross the street you will see the lots of bank branches in FINDIKLI.100m by walk.

How can I buy entrance tickets and what is their cost?

Topkapý Palace Entrance Tickets can only be obtained from the ticket windows located at the 1st Courtyard of Topkapý Palace Museum. A separate ticket is required for Harem (women’s quarters) visits.
TOPKAPI PALACE
Topkapý Palace Museum is closed on Tuesdays. On other days, the museum is open between 9.00-19.00 hours

The entrance fee for Topkapý Palace Museum is 10 (ten) YTL for domestic and foreign visitors.

The entrance fee for Harem is 10 (ten) YTL for domestic and foreign visitors.

Harem entrance tickets are sold at the ticket window in front of the Harem entrance
http://www.topkapisarayi.gov.tr/

HAGIA SOPHIA

The entrance fee is 10 ytl
http://www.kultur.gov.tr/tr/ayasofya/ayasofya.htm
Mondays are closed .09:30 17:00 is operating hours.

Also whenyou withdraw your money from ATM in FINDIKLI front of the cruise port
take a tram 1,25YTL and get of in Sultanhmad tram station.

During this 15min journey you will cross the golden horn and arrive the old
city down town.

Nationalism

by travelife

Turkey is possibly one of the most nationalist country on earth and it bcomes obvious seeing the framed picture of Kemal Ataturk everywhere. No matter what your personal opinion might be, to a Turk the official line is very clear, 'you have to be a unquestionable patriot and faithful into govt. institutions.

Kilyos (seaside) via Sariyer

by merak

Take the bus 25 from Eminönü to Sariyer, and from Sariyer another to Kilyos.
You may avoid paying a fee to reach the seaside walking to the left, to the outskirts of Kilyos.
The beach there is very nice also! Fine sand, clear water and a flora you may discover as new.

Description: The ride lasts about two hours. Bus 25 (I think the number has not yet changed) slingers on the whole side of the Bosphorus (some locals went sick in the unclimatised buses in August and had to vomit in a plastic bag crying "Ölürüm!"). So be aware if you can stand such a way or not.
Sariyer is famous because of it's wood houses and it's börek. But the börek is to be found downtown as well. Make a roundwalk before getting the bus to Kilyos. The bus will cross a forest picnic zone and at least reach Kilyos. Some buses go to Demirciköy, but there is no beach. You will enjoy your stay coming from smoggy downtown.

Ah, and if you want to try the European Marmara seaside one good chance is to take (from central Bus station/ Otogar) a bus to Sultanköy. No use to travel further if you want to have a nice beach in a nice place. Rides in that direction are astonishingly expensive: For Sharköy you would pay half the price as for Trabzon!

Ortakoy

by SirRichard

Ortakoy is a rather popular quarter between Ciragan Palace and the Bosphorus Bridge. It has a lot of terraces facing the Bosphorus and a cool ambiance at night and in weekends. I went there for a couple of beers with Beatle74, we had a nice time watching the people pass by? There is an artcrafts market on sundays too.
To get there take a taxi from Taksim or a ferry.

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