Apartment Galata Tower VIP E
The one bedroom Galata Tower VIP E Apartment is a modern and luxurious apartment located in the Galata area and is suited for 4 persons looking for a great time in Istanbul.Apartment Galata Tower VIP E
This apartment has air conditioning and an elevator. The living area has a raw wooden floor partially covered with woven Turkish rugs. It also has a comfortable double sofa bed and a flat screen with a DVD player so you can watch your favorite movie.
Wifi internet is available so you can open your laptop and go on internet and hit the social media like Facebook.
The pure white plan open kitchen has an electrical stove, an oven, a microwave, a dish washer, a fridge, a toaster, a kettle and a cupboard with all the utensils you need to prepare a delicious meal. A washing machine and a dryer are also available.
The stylish bedroom has two cozy single beds, an armchair, a chest of drawers and a mirror. The bathroom has a shower, a sink and a toilet. Linen and towels are being provided.
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Apartment Galata Tower VIP E Location
This apartment is located only a hundred meters away from the Galata Tower. This tower is 67 meters high and has 9 floors. There is a restaurant, a café and a nightclub in this tower. The Galata district used to be a Genoese settlement in the Middle Ages. Today it is a bohemian area which attracts artists, writers and intellectuals. Climb the Galata Tower to get a beautiful view of the city built on seven hills and on the Bosphoros.
Go for a walk to the Golden Horn which is an inlet of the Bosphoros dividing Istanbul and forming the natural harbor. Go and visit the Suleymaniye Mosque. This building is an imperial Ottoman mosque and is one of the best known sights of Istanbul. It was designed by the famous architect Sinan Pasha during the Golden Age (1550) of the Ottoman Empire under the reign of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent. Sinan Pasha blended Islamic and Byzantine architectural elements. It references the Dome of the Rock which was built on the site of the temple of Salomon.
Sultan Suleyman wanted to be as wise and important as King Salomon so this mosque asserts Suleyman’s historical importance. You must go and see the Hagia Sofia. When it was the Orthodox Patriarchal basilica it was called Aya Sofia which means in Greek holy wisdom. When the Ottoman Turks conquered Constantinople in 1453 it became a mosque but in 1935 the first president of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk transformed it to a museum. It has many beautiful mosaics and a copper roof. When the carpets of the mosque were removed floor decorations as the Omphalion appeared.
City area: Beyoğlu