Holidays to Sisli
With a nice blend of residential and commercial occupants Sisli is one of the largest of the 39 districts that make up the Turkish capital of Istanbul, it sits on the edge of Bosphorus river at the joining point of Asia and Europe. Sisli was known for a while as being one of the most elite areas of Istanbul and because of this there are many sites of cultural interest and historical churches and mosques well worth a visit.
A day trip from Istanbul, the Princes' Islands offer fantastic swimming and sunsets in peace away from the busy city.
Owned by a local university this 2km beach is perfect for watersports with lots of places to rent kayaks and canoes.
Formerly an imperial Ottoman palace, the Ihlamur Palace is now a museum with a lovely green garden space for relaxing.
Macka Park is not only a beautiful green space, it hosts the Macka gondola, a cable car which connects to Taksim Square.
Visit the spice bazaar
The spice bazaar in Istanbul is a whirlwind of exotic smells and tastes. Though often crowded it is a unique experience.
The Valens Aqueduct
The Valens Aqueduct was constructed by the Romans to supply fresh water to the city. The remaining section is 900m long.
Menemen is a traditional Turkish omelette, prepared with onion, pepper and tomato and normally served at breakfast.
Manti is a cross between ravioli and a dumpling, normally stuffed with ground meat and served with garlic yogurt.
This bar has popped up in a refurbished brewery and is an excellent live music venue with great acoustics.
Roxy Club in Istanbul has been one of the best clubs in the city since it opened 1994, hosting live acts as well as DJs.
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