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An Introduction to Istanbul for the First Time Visitor: How to plan your day, where to stay, transport etc.... Use this with Your Guide to Istanbul: What to See

An Introduction to Istanbul for the First Time Visitor: How to plan your day, where to stay, transport etc.... Use this with Your Guide to Istanbul: What to See

Izmir, Turkey.. how unbelievably dreamy

Izmir, Turkey.. how unbelievably dreamy

Fish sandwich seller in Karakoy,Istanbul

Fish sandwich seller in Karakoy,Istanbul

A cafe in Alaçatı, Izmir Province, Turkey. Alaçatı is an Aegean town on the western coast, which has been famous for its architecture, vineyards and windmills for over 150 years.

A cafe in Alaçatı, Izmir Province, Turkey. Alaçatı is an Aegean town on the western coast, which has been famous for its architecture, vineyards and windmills for over 150 years.

Istanbul Street Food - Wetburgers. They don't look like all that much, but take a bite and mmm.. You'll melt too!

Istanbul Street Food - Wetburgers. They don't look like all that much, but take a bite and mmm.. You'll melt too!

The inside of Karabatak in Istanbul is fun and cozy.

Istanbul's Galleries, Shops, Restaurants and Hot Spots

The inside of Karabatak in Istanbul is fun and cozy.

wonderful blog (and photographs) by Rick Poon about his visit and foodie discoveries in Istanbul

wonderful blog (and photographs) by Rick Poon about his visit and foodie discoveries in Istanbul

A retired forestry engineer named Huseyin Cetinel decided to spruce up the neighborhoods of Findikli and Cihangir in Istanbul, devoting four days and $800 dollars to redecorate a massive staircase in rainbow hues. The local community fell in love with the newly adorned pedestrian passageway, tweeting up a storm of praise for the guerrilla beautification project.

The Heartwarming Story Behind Turkey's Rainbow Staircase

A retired forestry engineer named Huseyin Cetinel decided to spruce up the neighborhoods of Findikli and Cihangir in Istanbul, devoting four days and $800 dollars to redecorate a massive staircase in rainbow hues. The local community fell in love with the newly adorned pedestrian passageway, tweeting up a storm of praise for the guerrilla beautification project.


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Mangerie, Istanbul It’s the best breakfast on the Bosporus: a lavish spread of eggs, sheep’s-milk cheeses, olives, cucumbers, tomatoes, warm sourdough bread, local honey, and chai, on a rooftop terrace with postcard-worthy views. $$

Best Breakfasts Around the World

Mangerie, Istanbul It’s the best breakfast on the Bosporus: a lavish spread of eggs, sheep’s-milk cheeses, olives, cucumbers, tomatoes, warm sourdough bread, local honey, and chai, on a rooftop terrace with postcard-worthy views. $$

Flower High Heels

Yen Camii - mosquée d'Istanbul

Flower High Heels

Istanbul, Turkey (National Geographic) from aaronweissart

Istanbul, Turkey (National Geographic) from aaronweissart

Where to eat in Istanbul: A brief guide. We love İstanbul street food.

Restaurants in Istanbul: A Brief Guide

Where to eat in Istanbul: A brief guide. We love İstanbul street food.

There are other places to get views of the city, but the Galata Tower has it all, offering panoramic views of Seraglio Point, the Golden Horn, the Blue Mosque, and Topkapi Palace. Time your visit for the sunset call to prayer, which adds an aural component to the visual experience.

Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore

There are other places to get views of the city, but the Galata Tower has it all, offering panoramic views of Seraglio Point, the Golden Horn, the Blue Mosque, and Topkapi Palace. Time your visit for the sunset call to prayer, which adds an aural component to the visual experience.

Istanbul's Best Coffee Shop - Kurukahveci Mehmet Efendi, the phenomenal 141-year-old Turkish coffee purveyor, is located in a weather-beaten deco building just outside of Istanbul's Spice Market. Through its street-front window, thousands of brown wax-paper packets of freshly ground coffee are sold each day. The beans are roasted on the premises and then ground as finely as cake flour in belt-driven mills that chug away from morning to night.

Istanbul's Best Coffee Shop

Istanbul's Best Coffee Shop - Kurukahveci Mehmet Efendi, the phenomenal 141-year-old Turkish coffee purveyor, is located in a weather-beaten deco building just outside of Istanbul's Spice Market. Through its street-front window, thousands of brown wax-paper packets of freshly ground coffee are sold each day. The beans are roasted on the premises and then ground as finely as cake flour in belt-driven mills that chug away from morning to night.

Nestled between the Aya Sofia and the Topkapi Palace, lies a small cobblestoned street often overlooked by visitors to Istanbul.

Nestled between the Aya Sofia and the Topkapi Palace, lies a small cobblestoned street often overlooked by visitors to Istanbul.

Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore - Condé Nast Traveler

Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore

Insider Istanbul: Where to Eat, Sleep, and Explore - Condé Nast Traveler

Galata Tower in Istanbul, Turkey

Galata Tower in Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul market, fresh juice, pomegranate.

Istanbul market, fresh juice, pomegranate.

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