Located in Halkali, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Strike Bowling, Mall of Istanbul, and Ataturk Olympic Stadium. Play Land and Florya Beach are also within ...
Located in Kurtkoy, this hotel is 3 mi (4.9 km) from Viaport Outlet Shopping and within 9 mi (15 km) of Sabanci University Gosteri Merkezi and Aydos Castle. ...
Walking through some sites in Turkey is like walking back in time. The Grand Bazaar is a must-see site in Turkey for any traveler because this looks like the classic Turkish bazaar you might see in movies. The hallways wind through the building, taking travelers down dark hallways and small alleys to find the best deals on clothing, jewelry, souvenirs, and hundreds of other items.
If you want something a little more cultural, try St. Peter' Castle, which dates back to the 15th century. This historic building looks very similar to the way it looked then. Finding low prices on the things that you need for your trip is easy with Orbitz.com.
Turkey is an unusual country because it has extreme weather conditions in the summer and winter. If you visit in summer, you might see temperatures as high as 104 degrees Fahrenheit, while winter temperatures might fall near zero degrees. Temperatures can even hit 113 degrees in some parts of Turkey during the summer. The spring and fall months offer much milder temperatures in the 60s or 70s, and will make your trip a more pleasant experience. Even if you decide to visit Turkey in the summer when a large number of tourists come into the country, you can still find deals and low prices on travel expenses through Orbitz.com.
This unique restaurant serves traditional dishes, and it sits inside a former jail that operated during the early 19th century.
Locals know this outdoor restaurant because of its beautiful gardens, and seafood dishes featuring freshly caught fish.
One of the hidden gems in the city is this restaurant, which serves authentic dishes that you cannot find anywhere else.
With a wide range of kebap dishes on the menu and both indoor and outdoor seating, this upscale restaurant offers a taste of the country.
Also known as the Egyptian Spice Market, this is where residents go when they want fresh spices, clothing, dried spices, seeds, and nuts.
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