The Pera Suites

Mesrutiyet Caddesi, Orhan Adli Apaydin Sok. No:17, A Tepebasi, Istanbul, 34430, Turkey
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  • Business66

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Forum Posts

Accomodation for 9

by abbeda

Hello friends,
I am thinking of travelling to Istanbul in April or first week of August could anyone please tell me what the tempreture is going to be like at that time of year. Also I am struggling to find self catering accomodation for 9 people in Istanbul. Could anyone please help, is there any other areas close to Istanbul I should consider? please help
Thanks

Re: Accomodation for 9

by leics

You will get a rough idea of Istanbul temperatures from the climate tables here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/world/city_guides/results.shtml?tt=TT004370

August will be very hot.

There are lots of holiday apartments if you google but for 9 people I'd expect you to need a couple of adjoining apartments, rather than just one...as would be the case in most cities. Apartments suitable for 9 people are not common.

Re: Accomodation for 9

by infinitys

hello,

you may try the following hotel which is very comfortable and very close to the main touristical destinations of Istanbul.Their price level is also acceptable compared with the other alternatives.

www.sedhotel.com

The temperature of Istanbul in April will be varying around 10 to 15 degrees depending on the weather conditions at that time.

Regards...

Travel Tips for Istanbul

WELCOME TO THE
HELL OF
ALI...

by harido

WELCOME TO THE
HELL OF
ALI SAMI YEN STADIUM
~ Home of the 'Cim Bom Bom!' ~

Here you will meet the magnificent crowd of Ali Sami Yen. This stadium is called by many visitors as a 'hell on the earth'. It's said that there is no mercy for any rivals here and there is no way out for them.

Galata Tower

by bugulma

When you see on the city on the to the North from Golden Horn, you see Galata Tower. It was built in 1348 by Genoese colony. The tower has 67 meters high. In 1960 interior was reconstructed and the tower was open for public visits (YTL 10, EUR 5). There are wonderful views to the city from the top (see my travelogue).

Turkish Coffee

by H-TownJourneyman

I'll just start out by saying that I am not a coffee drinker. Never really liked the stuff. So I wasn't really excited about trying Turkish coffee, but wanting to try anything and everything I could while I was here, i gave it a shot! I have to say that I was plesantly surprised. I really enjoyed it, and I had some everyday for the rest of my time in Istanbul, and continue to enjoy it to this day. The differences between Turkish coffee and other types of coffee are of course it's being quite strong, and the fact that it is very finely ground. But the big difference is in the way it is prepared. A couple of spoonfuls of the coffee are added to hot water in a "cezve", the small stovetop pot that is used to make it. The mixture is not stirred, and while heating up, it starts to rise to the top of the cezve. When it gets to the top, a small portion is poured into a Turkish coffee cup, which is small in size, similar to an espresso cup. Then the cezve is placed back on the stove until the coffee rises again, and then some more is poured into the cup. This is repeated 1 or 2 more times until the cup is full, and then it's ready to be served. Occasionally a little sugar is added to the coffee while in the cezve, but I tend to like it without. Definately something to try though while in Turkey!

Princes' Islands: Büyükada - Greek Orphanage

by vtveen

More or less on top of Isa Hill, next to a kind of football ‘stadium’ and in the middle of nice pine woods, is an enormous wooden building situated. You cannot get close to it, because everything is enclosed by a fence. Besides there were a couple of not too friendly dogs.

It should be the second largest wooden building in Europe.
It was originally built by a French company in 1898. The building is 26.000 square meters. Its length is 101 meters and its height between 22 and 24 meters. Although it was built as a hotel, it never received permission from the government to operate as one.
During the First World War it was used by the Germans as a military hospital.
Later a rich Greek family bought it and donated it to the church, which used it as an orphanage until the 1970s. Since then it is empty.

If you want to see this ‘unique building’ you have to hurry, because nowadays it is more or less a ruin and in a bad condition. One serious storm and ……….

(thanks to VT-friends 'mertmh' and 'alperlst' for their information)

Leather shop

by floche2001 about Best Leather

Located in the Grand Bazaar, This address is for sure a good tip. Feel free to enter and try. The quality of the clothes is simply great. This is not an address for low quality shoppers but it's worth any penny. We made there a good deal. Leather clothes your wallet is the limit. I paid 600 € for a man leather jacket.

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