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An Authentic Private Room with a garden view : )

Habitación privada en: departamento - Anfitrión: Meryem
4 huéspedes1 dormitorio2 camas1 baño compartido
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My home has a unique personality. I have 2 well designed new sofa beds in this room which are convertible to double size beds. The maximum capacity of these beds are 4 in total, but I prefer less people. The house is comfortable and safe. I will make the sofa-beds ready as double size bed with clean sheets, when a person book them. The rooms have doors and you may lock them. You will have 100% privacy.

Fondly...

El alojamiento
From Atatürk Airport 25 minutes to my home by car.

Direction from:
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Istanbul Ataturk Airport

Please,
Get on E5 in Yeşilköy Sb Mahallesi from Atatürk Havaalanı Yolcu Girişi and Atatürk Havalimanı Cd.
7 min (2.8 km)

Follow D100/E5 to E-5 Yanyolu in Merkezefendi Mahallesi. Take the exit toward Topkapı/Zeytinburnu/Hastanesi from D100/E5
8 min (8.2 km)

Take Cevizlibağ Köprüsü and Turgut Özal Millet Cd to Hacı Zihni Efendi Sk. in Şehremini Mahallesi
8 min (2.8 km)
Hacı Zihni Efendi Sk. No:3
Şehremini Mahallesi, 34104 Fatih/İstanbul
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My home is located in Çapa, Şehremini which is very close to Aksaray and Samatya. Near to many historical hospitals and there are 7/24 hours midibuses to Taksim. 5 min. or less to trams. There are countless busses to almost everywhere. I sometimes walk to Sultanahmet, Eminönü, Beyazıt, Taksim and Fatih wich are not too close, but 10 minutes away by bus. I generally pay 15 Turkish lira less than 5$, if I need to go Eminönü by cab. I am new in Airbnb as a host, so forgive me for my gaps about useful info. I am working to alter my profile... I will be more than happy to share more info with you when you arrive.

I will add more photos soon. The location of my house is very useful to reach almost everywhere. It is in Çapa, Şehremini. You may search from map.

There are public busses, minibusses, tramway and subway to all various districts of the city. Especially its only 15mins to Taksim -where considered the center of İstanbul- and also it is located in Historical Island -where all the Ottoman Historical buildings and many modern and traditional cafes, markets, etc.

I do not have AC, because I do not feel I need it due to the useful architecture. However, if you need, I may buy a small portable fan.

In fact, my flat has everything a person would need...

Sometimes, I may rent the whole house if you ask specifically.
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Although it is usually considered one of the most conservative districts of Istanbul due to the religious community of Çarşamba, Fatih is actually quite cosmopolitan with a variety of things to do and see. Coinciding with historical Constantinople, it is now accepted as being the absolute must-visit area in the city. Check out our guide to find out what you shouldn’t miss.
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Visit Fatih Mosque
Constructed between 1462 and 1470 by Mehmed the Conqueror who brought an end to the Ottoman Empire, Fatih Camii stands at the top of the highest hill and burial place of Byzantine emperors. Although the mosque you see today is not the same due to an earthquake, the current baroque-style structure does not lack in magnificence. After enjoying the lovely interior, move to Mehmed’s tomb, a popular place of worship, right behind it.

Address: Ali Kuşçu, Fatih Türbesi Sk., Fatih, Istanbul
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Buy a book
Next to the historical Bayezid Mosque, you will find the Sahaflar second-hand book market, drawing intellectuals and writers since the Ottoman times. If you are a book lover yourself, this charming market filled with used books, historical maps, ancient texts and other rare items is an absolute must-visit.

Address: Beyazid Mh., Fatih, Istanbul
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Wander around the Grand Bazaar
One of the largest and oldest covered markets worldwide, the Grand Bazaar attracts a huge number of visitors daily. Opened every day except Sunday, it has a legacy as the most colorful, chaotic and most fascinating place in the city offering a wide range of goods, from jewelry, carpets and ceramics to food and clothes. Even if you don’t want to buy anything, a day walking through the shops will surely awaken all your senses and reveal the romantic atmosphere of old Istanbul accompanied by a dose of authenticity.

Address & telephone number: Beyazıt Mh., Istanbul
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The Egyptian Bazaar
Located in the Eminönü quarter of the district, the Egyptian or Spice Bazaar is filled with the scent of the exotic east. Stroll through the market to find some vividly colored spices, dried herbs and fruits, jams, nuts, coffee and Turkish delights. Do not miss the stalls on the west side selling food from all over Anatolia including an amazing selection of cheeses.

Address Rüstem Paşa, 34116 Fatih, Istanbul
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Discover Fener
Often confused with Balat, Fener used to be one of the neighborhoods of Istanbul’s Greek population, known as Phanariotes. Once the roads start narrowing and the slopes becoming steeper, you will have entered the historical quarter of Fener. Take a walk among curiously shaped houses, watch locals in their everyday life and pay a visit to the Ecumenical Patriarchate, one of the main centers of Christianity as well as the Cathedral of St. George. Fener’s cultural wealth and importance wait to be discovered.

Address: Fener, Fatih, Istanbul
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Wander through Samatya
Samatya, meaning “sandy place,” will not be found on most maps, since its modern name is Mustafapasa. Similar to Fener in terms of history and beauty, this is a favorite spot for Turkish film directors. A place where Turks, Greeks, Armenians and Jews used to peacefully coexist, it’s still a multicultural hub. Keep your eyes open for the numerous churches, ancient monasteries and places of worship and seek out some traditional wooden Armenian houses before visiting the picturesque local fish market.

Address: Samatya, Istanbul
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Dine with a view
Are you one of those travelers who adores discovering venues with spectacular features? Then the rooftop seafood restaurant at the Seven Hills Hotel is the ideal place for you. Overlooking the best view of the magical Sultanahmet, it gives you the chance to see most of the city’s landmarks from your dining seat. The breathtaking sunsets along with the authentic local flavors provide the best setting for a last goodbye to the city.

Address Tevkifhane Sk. 8, Istanbul
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Explore Sultanahmet
This is probably the best place for sightseeing. Sultanahmet, hosting the Topkapi Palace, Hagia Sophia, and the Blue Mosque, among others, will amaze you with its historic treasures and incredible pieces of architecture. After visiting the main attractions, stop by one of the excellent Turkish hamams.

Address: Sultanahmet, Fatih, Istanbul
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Attend a performance
Beautifully converted from an old hamam, Hodjapasha Cultural Center is a dance theater not to be missed. Attend the Whirling Dervish ceremony called Sema, held every evening for a sense of enchanting religious mysticism. If this is not your cup of tea, choose the high-quality performance of Turkish folk music and belly dance.

Address: Hocapaşa Hamamı Sk. 3, Istanbul,
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Get creative
They say that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. The Museum of Garbage displays pieces of garbage found around the city, from cigarette butts and crushed cans to crumpled newspapers, along with explanations of their life cycle and value. Learn how you can manage your domestic waste for a cleaner environment with some useful practical advice, get creative with objects that are usually thrown away and see ordinary trash in a whole new light.

Address & telephone number: Firuzaga Mahallesi BostanbasiCaddesi 23 Cukurcuma
ENJOY!

Acceso de los huéspedes
Except my bedroom, all parts of the house are available to be shared.

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My home has a unique personality. I have 2 well designed new sofa beds in this room which are convertible to double size beds. The maximum capacity of these beds are 4 in total, but I prefer less people. The house is comfortable and safe. I will make the sofa-beds ready as double size bed with clean sheets, when a person book them. The rooms have doors and you may lock them. You will have 100% privacy.

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Dormitorio 1
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Ubicación

Fatih, Estambul, Turquía

Anfitrión: Meryem

Se registró en octubre de 2015
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Only Woman or Couples please. ... Addition to the next info, I came back from the U.S. this year for good. ... I have been living in the U.S. Chicago for almost 10 years. I have studied Philosophy and Sociology at North Eastern Illinois University. I love literature, but also trying to read life and universe by the help of other people's perspectives is very valuable and tasteful, too. So far, I have been to Bosnia, Macedonia, Syria, Jordan and Germany. This summer, I was able to do PCT partially at Yosemite. Hopefully my next destinations will be Spain and Armenia. I have just graduated from NEIU and before going back to my country Turkey for good, I would like to travel as much as possible. I love animals, photography, Ingmar Bergman's, Akira Kurosawa's movies and all types of ethnic music. I have many other interests, but I guess these are enough for here. Fondly, Meryem
Only Woman or Couples please. ... Addition to the next info, I came back from the U.S. this year for good. ... I have been living in the U.S. Chicago for almost 10 years. I have st…
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I can communicate with you by phone and email to arrive my home comfortably and safely. If you like, I can offer you a traditional breakfast.
  • Idiomas: العربية, English, Türkçe
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