Holidays to Sultanahmet - Old Town
A peninsula bounded by water to the north and by the old city walls to the west, this part of Istanbul is what used to be called Constantinople. Surrounded by stunning beaches, the area is home to many of the city’s historic monuments. Take a step back in time and explore the maze of quaint streets before chilling out in a hammam. Sultanahmet’s nightlife is a relaxed affair but those wanting a bigger party should head to the nearby district of Beyoglu.
This sandy beach hosts the annual kitesurfing World Championships making it the perfect place for watersports.
This quiet cove is a great spot to relax in. There is also a fish and mezzes restaurant nearby.
The Palace is a gem for history fans. From the Ottoman era, it comprises 3 impressive gardens and a stunning palace.
Kariye Museum (The Chora Church)
Captivating Byzantine artwork and restored mosaics are on display at this historical place, great for culture vultures.
Bosphorus Cruise Day Trips
Experience European and Asian Istanbul by boat and view the historical sites and monuments from the Bosphorus river.
Spas and Hamams
Spend a tranquil day in the pool, relax after a massage or book a traditional hamam for a true Turkish experience.
Scrambled eggs cooked in sautéed vegetables and served hot with bread are a tasty and traditional Turkish breakfast.
Take a step back into time with food once eaten in the royal palaces. Dishes are a delicious blend of meat and fruits.
Hotel Nomade Terrace Bar
The terrace of this hotel overlooks the Blue Mosque. Look out over the views with a glass of beer or wine in hand.
A’YA rooftop lounge
Sip on a cocktail in this sophisticated rooftop bar and look out over Aya Sofya and the Blue Mosque.
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