Suite Home Cihangir

Purtelas Sokak No: 12, Taksim, Beyoglu, Istanbul, 34433, Turkey
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Forum Posts

Flights

by kikili

Hi
I'm planning a trip to the middle east in November
Any suggestions on inexpensive flights from Turkey to Syria ??
Preferably from Istanbul to Damascus.
I've heard the train ( Toros)has been cancelled for 2009 ( upgrading the line ??? )for istanbul to damascus
Cheers Kikili

Re: Flights

by fouads

hi there is plane from Istanbul to Gazientap city in Turkey cost about 70$ take 1.5hour and then take bus to Aleppo cost about 4-6$ take 3-4 hour with border

hope this be helpfull

best wishes

Re: Flights

by kikili

Thanks Fouad
Which airline, Pegasus, AtlasJet ?
And from Aleppo to Damascus, what would be my best options ?
Cheers Kikili

Re: Flights

by fouads

hi

there is Onur aırlines and pegasus also .
for Aleppo to Damascus . i think if you take train or bus is better .

there is every 1 hour bus take 4-5 hours cost 5usd
train also there is 4 route take same time and cost

hope this help you

best wishes

Re: Flights

by kikili

thanks very much for that.... I have now been looking up more details.
I want to see Aleppo ,Palmyra and Damascus. Do you think it is better for me to go to Palmyra from Aleppo, or go to Damascus and then do Palmyra as a day trip ? I will spend four days all up in Syria and want to see Palmyra and Damascus. Also to travel from Damascus to Amman, how long does that take allowing for border controls and shared taxi ( costs ).
Thank you
Kikili

Re: Flights

by fouads

hi

you can stay 1 or 2 night in aleppo and then go to Palmyra vıa Homs and saty 1 nıght there then go to Damascus .
for the Amman . i don.t know but i think it take about 2-4 hours and cost you by bus about 15-20usd

wish you all the best

Re: Flights

by kikili

thank you
much appreciated
kikili

Travel Tips for Istanbul

thanks

by brazzi

thanks for the info 0Zan,
i have not made any definate plans of what to see and where to go,
but obviously i intend to see some of the regular tourist sites.
and will look at your tips soon.
initially i thought it might be a good idea to stay on the asian
side for starters at least,but i have not managed to find many hotels online.
for example what is the area on the coast near pendick like,as it is not far from the airport,is it a nice seaside area or industrial??
thanks again
Bry

Haunted House

by Erkmen

Just on the edge of Bosphorus.. Just next to the second bridge.. On one of the most elegant districts.. A House of seven floors with red tiles from the 19th Century...

But all alone.. nobody dares to live.. The value could worths millions and millions of dollars.. But it is Haunted..

nobody lives there... the Haunted house of Istanbul..

'...Koimessis ; La dormition...

by istanbul_is

'...Koimessis ; La dormition de la Vierge . St. Sauveur de Chora ...'-------' 3 differents special trips in old city ' -------------KARÝYE - AYVANSARAY - BALAT - FENER-----------

Kariye Kilise Müzesi – Bizans Surlarý - Tekfur Sarayý – Panaya Hançerliotissa Kilisesi – Eðri Kapý – Panaya Suda Kilisesi – Ývaz Efendi Camii - Anemas Zindanlarý –Emir Buhari Tekkesi - Aya Blaherna Kilise ve Ayazmasý – Hz. Cabir Camii – Aya Dimitri Kilisesi – Rum Balino Kilisesi – Musevi Evleri - Ferruh Kethüda Camii – Surp Hýreþdagabet Kilisesi - Ahrida Sinagogu – Balat Çarþýsý - Yanbol Sinagogu – Agora Meyhanesi – Bulgar Kilisesi ------ Cibali Tütün Fabrikasý – Cibali Kapýsý – Gül Camii – Aya Nikola Kilisesi – Fener Rum Evleri – Patrikhane - Fener Rum Okulu – Maria Muhliotissa Kilisesi – Dimitri Kantemir’in Sarayý

FENER - BALAT - AYVANSARAY------

Geziler Cumartesi-Pazar günleri min. 10 , max 25 kiþi olmak kaydýyla düzenlenmektedir -------------

A ONE DAY GUIDED CULTURAL TRÝP IN ISTANBUL'S UNKNOWN PART---------St. Sauveur de Chora ( best mosaics )------City Walls------Tekfur Palace--------Egri Gate-------Panaia Suda Chuch------Haci Ivaz Mosque-------Anemas Dungeons-----------Panhagia Blakhernai Church ( with its spring )--------Cabir Mosque-----Hagia Dimitri-------Balinu Church--------Surp Hiresdagabet Armenian Church-------Ahrida Synagogue------Vlah Palace and Church--------Old Houses of Phanar-------Joachimion Greek Highschool-------Maria Muhliotissa Church-------Red School--------St. Stephan Bulgar Church--------Bulgar Methoion-------Hagia Georgios Patriarc Church--------Fethiye Church Mosque........... included typical turkish restaurant KOMUR and tea in a turkish kahvehane ......

for more info ---------faozbilge@ttnet.net.tr ------

The Yeni Cami (The New Mosque)

by Paul2001

The Yeni Cami is not one of the must see mosques in Istanbul but it is worth a visit if you are area of the Spice Bazaar or have a few moments before your cruise up the Bosphorus sets off. This the case with me and I felt that the mosque was well worth a visit. The mosque is one of the oldest and largest in Istanbul. It was begun in 1597 and took about forty years to complete. Like many Ottoman mosques the interior is decorative to the point of awe inspiring.
The mosque is located virtually across the street from the Spice Bazaar in the Emin?n? district on the edge of the Golden Horn.
It is open during daylight hours but non Muslims should not enter during prayer times.

Whatever you want!

by Svillegas about grand bazaar

Istambul is like a huge shop, there's thousands of shops everywhere where you can buy whatever you want.

The only difference is that you have to discuss the price of the things, you'll become an expert in only a couple of days...

There are more than one baazar, I went to the Egipcian Baazar (smaller and less people) and the Grand Baazar

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