★★★This historical, particularly renewed Galata apartment is located next to Galata Tower which is Istanbul's most famous tower.
The location is one of the well-known sight-seeing attractions of Istanbul and also a part of antique Old City.
★★★ The historical Galata apartment's building is one of the listed monuments of Istanbul. The flat is in the 3rd floor of this building.
During renovation of interior decor, its original 150-years-old Byzantine (and Semi-Ottoman) architecture has been protected in its original style.
The doors, marble and floor wood are apartment's prior/oldest material which have been renewed by a loyal way to original shapes and dimensions like other parts.
The flat has very high ceiling only can be found in that kind of a few monument buildings. That is why it is very spacious and has a relaxed atmosphere.
The beds, wardrobes, commodes, lamps, curtains and other furnitures are selected particularly to be suitable with flat's original antique character.
In apartment we always tried to use minimum syntetic materials to ensure a natural and healthy ambience.
Kitchen and bathroom are installed very convenient as a synthesis of modern items and technological materials with historical structure to provide a comfortable stay for my guests.
The lighting of apartment includes many options to provide a peaceful ambience. There are many kind of lamps in the rooms to be chosen depending to guests' preference.
It is convenient for reading and for the ones who doesn't like high level light.
*** The room design of flat is as listed below;
- 1 Double Bedroom
- 1 Twin Bedroom (If required transformed to triple)
- Common area (w/sofa)
- Dining Area with its table & chairs
- Kitchen (fully equipped)
- Bathroom (with shower cabin)
★★★ The apartment has a breathtaking sea view from its roof top terrace.
Bosphorus is seen too close so it makes you feel like sea is under your foot.
The other side of terrace has The Old City and Galata Tower view.
You can have a drink after a tired sight-seeing day or just enjoy the silence of Antique Istanbul with seagulls' sound or have a delicious breakfast while watching stunning sea view and monuments from terrace.
-Limitless speedy wi-fi
-Soup & Shampoo
-7/24 hot water
-Breakfast items including tea, coffee, juice
-Cutlery in the kitchen
- Washing machine
-Cooker & Aspirator
-2 Fans (for cooling)
Regarding to apartment's distance to main touristic attractions and monuments to visit:
The location of flat is one of the most central and famous areas of Istanbul with a main landmark; Galata Tower.
So I can shorty summarize the distance from flat to following places;
***Galata Tower ( a few steps away)
***Spice Bazaar (7 min)
***Hagia Sophia (15 min)
***Blue Mosque (15 min)
***Grand Bazaar (25 min)
***Galata Bridge (5 min)
*** Istiklal Avenue (2 min)
***Taksim Square (10 min)
***Golden Horn (5 min)
***Karaköy Port (5 min)
*** Basilica Cistern (15 min)
It is too easy to reach this well-known location of my apatment. All you need to ask for GALATA TOWER (In Turkish ''Galata Kulesi'') to anyone in Istanbul and after access this tower, it means you arrived your accommodation.
You can take public buses and stop in ''Şişhane'' station, take subway, shuttle buses or taxi from both airports in Istanbul (Ataturk and Sabiha Gokcen).
★★If you request i can also arrange a private transfer from airport to your flat's door for a reasonable price.
I always try to do my best to help my guests to discover my sophisticated city Istanbul. So i think you will have a new experince with a friend from here.
I also used to be tour guide before so i have many stories about Istanbul to tell you :)
The neighborhood is called Galata (Pera) and it has a historical background from Byzantine to Ottomans.
It is one of the safest neighborhoods of Istanbul and touristic attractions' center with many monuments includes.
The area came to be the base of European merchants, particularly from Genoa and Venice, in what was then known as Pera. Following the Fourth Crusade in 1204, and during the Latin Empire of Constantinople (1204), the Venetians were more prominent in Pera. The Dominican Church of St. Paul (1233), today known as the Arap Camii, is from this period. In 1273, Pera was given to the Republic of Genoa by the Byzantine Emperor Michael VIII Palaeologus in return for Genoa's support of the Empire after the Fourth Crusade and the sacking of Constantinople in 1204. Pera became a flourishing trade colony, ruled by a Podestà. The Genoese Palace (Palazzo del Comune) was built in 1314 by Montano de Marinis, the Podestà of Galata (Pera), and still remains today in ruins, near the Bankalar Caddesi (Banks Street) in Karaköy, along with its adjacent buildings and numerous Genoese houses from the early 1300s. In 1348 the Genoese built the famous Galata Tower, one of the most prominent landmarks of Istanbul. Pera (Galata) remained under Genoese control until May 29, 1453, when it was conquered by the Ottomans along with the rest of the city, after the Siege of Constantinople.
★★ ★ My flat is a neat, sophisticated, warmly comfortable and joyful place in a great location . Enjoy the new definition of experiencing Istanbul
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- Eşcinsel dostu
- Ücretsiz park
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- Sigara içilebilir
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