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Istanbul Blog posts

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25th November 2020 by The Wandering Quinn

Where to stay in Istanbul: Taksim Or Sultanahmet? Which is BEST?

Istanbul is a big city however the main tourist areas are pretty close together. You’ve probably heard of Taksim and Sultanahmet which are 2 of the main areas in Istanbul when looking into where to stay in Instanbul, so in this post let me help you decide where to stay in Istanbul Taksim or Sultanahmet?...

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30th October 2020 by The Wandering Quinn

Balat Istanbul guide

Balat is a neighbourhood in Istanbul which is most well known for its colourful houses. I thought that the Balat Istanbul location of these colourful houses in Istanbul was close to the major Istanbul tourist attractions but this isn’t the case, you have to take a bus or taxi to Balat, or Fener Istanbul as the area is also called. However, once there, not only will you be able to see the famous Istanbul colourful houses, you will also see street art, cool cafes, a local neighbourhood and some...

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25th December 2019 by PommieTravels

How to spend a weekend in Istanbul

Some days, you look out your office window and reminisce on your days as a carefree traveller. Back then, you spent your mornings not in meetings but exploring the world’s historical sites. These days, you toil away on reports all afternoon. A few short years ago, you were working on your tan. If only you could recapture the spirit of those carefree days. Well, you can. Yes, it’s true – you do have a career. However, that doesn’t mean you have to compress your travels into a precious...

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24th September 2019 by Twins that Travel

Three days in Istanbul: From historic mosques to hipster hangouts

When putting together the itinerary for our second TTT Tour, our first worry concerned time. Would three days in Istanbul be enough? Would this expansive, serpentine city be conquerable in just a weekend?  In a city notorious for its traffic, its sprawling neighbourhoods and the no small matter that it straddles not one, but two, continents, would we be chewed up and spat out before we even caught a glimpse of this minaret-filled city? Keen to ensure that our tour would still include a...

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25th June 2019 by PommieTravels

eVisa for Turkey: All you need to know

Turkey is a remarkable country. A border between the west and the east of Europe, it’s capital city Instable stretches over two continents and is the only city in the world to do so. Combine this with golden beaches, important historical sites and you have a wonderful country to experience. To make it easier to get their Turkey has its own eVisa system which if you live in an eligible country will make the whole process much easier and faster. Let’s take a look at the requirements to obtain...