The entire apartment will be yours.
The apartment is located on the 4th floor. It has a back and front balcony overlooking the city. There is one bedroom with a double bed. In the living room there are two pull out sofas for additional guests. Up to 4 people can stay in the flat. The kitchen is basically equipped.
TV, wireless internet and A/C are available as well. Clean sheets and towels will be provided.
The flat is very close to Taksim SQ. There are many shopping stores, cafes, restaurants and groceries within the immediate area.
- Sultahnahmet (Old City) with all historical sights
- Dolmabahce Palace
- Galata Tower (ascend to the 360-degree viewing gallery, with commanding views of the entire sprawling metropolis)
- Istanbul Archeology Museum
If you have any further questions, you can contact me any time. I will get back to you as soon as possible. Thanks for checking my place.
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If you like to feel the history of the istanbul while you are in home, let us accommodate you in one of my appartments. You can also enjoy neiborhood Beyoglu while you are out for dining clubing or museums and art galeries, they are only minutes away from your appartment. You can also ccok in as you will have fully equiped kitchen. This is not an hotel, this is your home in istanbul.
I can offer you 1 bedroom flat or studios in the center of the istanbul,at the location Taksim square meets. For surroundings please give me couple of minutes by reading below.
History of the Location of the apartment:
The main thoroughfare is İstiklâl Caddesi, running into the neighbourhood from Taksim Square, a pedestrianised 300meter of shops, cafés, patisseries, restaurants, pubs, wine houses and clubs, as well as bookshops, theatres, cinemas and art galleries. Some of İstiklâl has a 19th century metropolitan character, and the avenue is lined with Neoclassical and Art Nouveau buildings. The nostalgic tram which runs on İstiklal Avenue, between Taksim Square and Tünel, was also re-installed in the early 1990s with the aim of reviving the historic atmosphere of the district.
Some of the city's historic pubs and winehouses are located in the areas around İstiklal Avenue in Beyoğlu. The 19th century Çiçek Pasajı (literally Flower Passage in Turkish, or Cité de Péra in French, opened in 1876) on İstiklal Avenue can be described as a miniature version of the famous Galleria in Milan, Italy, and has rows of historic pubs, winehouses and restaurants