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A must do - trip up the Bosphorus and back. Cheap, beautiful, another view of Istanbul from the water.

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    0.22 mi


    0.22 mi from Ferries
    31 reviews

    The historic peninsula is divided into two districts: Eminonu and Fatih. Eminonu is where you'll find most of the major attractions: Hagia Sophia, Sultanahmet, New Mosque, the Grand Bazaar, the Egyptian Bazaar and others. Closer to Sultanahmet you'll find this to be one of the more touristy areas of town but closer to the water in the streets around the ...

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    0.12 mi


    0.12 mi from Ferries
    6 reviews

    Sirkeci is the neighborhood in the immediate vicinity of Sirkeci Train Station. Trains departing for destinations in Europe leave from Sirkeci. This was once the eastern terminus of the Orient Express, so it has some history behind it. The station itself would be rather handsome if they cleaned it up a bit.

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    0.24 mi

    Yeni Camii Külliyesi

    0.24 mi from Ferries
    2 reviews

    Located in Eminönü district, one of the biggest mosques in old city of Istanbul.

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    0.16 mi

    Hayyam Pasajı

    0.16 mi from Ferries
    1 review
  • 5
    0.22 mi

    Sirkeci Ptt Müzesi

    0.22 mi from Ferries
    1 review
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  • 6
    0.21 mi

    Haci Bekir

    0.21 mi from Ferries
    1 review

    I got this name from a owner of souvenir shop around Sultanahmet Square in my first time for Istanbul. We talked about how expensive of Turkish Delight in the Spice Bazaar. So he recommended me that if I wanted to try in same quality but based on a lower price, I should go to Haci Bekir then he write name ...

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    0.32 mi

    The Spice Bazaar

    0.32 mi from Ferries
    100 reviews

    Located in Eminönü, Spice Bazaar is the second largest bazaar after the Grand Bazaar, known as the center for spice trade in Istanbul. Also known as the Egyptian Bazaar, it has far more things than spices alone: it is truly a food haven and one of the best locations for photography.

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    0.32 mi

    Galata Bridge

    0.32 mi from Ferries
    58 reviews

    This bridge is a must see by all travelers. It's one of the first bridges and is double layered. At the too you can see all the daily locals fishing and at the bottom it has a large selection of restaurants.

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    0.37 mi


    0.37 mi from Ferries
    12 reviews

    Named after Crimean Karaites, a Turkic tribe who accepted Judaism, Karaköy is the modern name of ancient Galata. It has long been a district known for the commercial activity it harboured which prohibited the emergence of residential areas. Especially in the 90s, Karaköy was among the list of places people were advised not to tread after nightfall. Many touristic guidebooks ...

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    0.6 mi

    Grand Bazaar

    0.6 mi from Ferries
    127 reviews

    No trip to see Istanbul would be complete without a few must stops, and the Grand Bazaar is just one of those places that has to be experienced. Got the best tasting apple tea, my only regret is that we did not purchase a barrel full! You will experience sensory overload. There is much to see, smell, taste, and touch, ...

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  • 11
    0.71 mi

    Sultanahmet Square

    0.71 mi from Ferries
    51 reviews

    The heart of the Historical section of Istanbul, this is the intersection of some of the most special places in the city. The Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Basilica Sistern, are all connected by this colorful square. Have a coffee and take it all in. The Obelisk of Theodosiusis also in the heart of the square.

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  • 12
    0.78 mi

    Galatasaray Fish Market

    0.78 mi from Ferries
    1 review

    The fresh fish have their red gills turned inside out to prove it, and a few places will cook the fish for you right there. Stop off for a cheap but delicious plate of calamari.

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  • 13
    0.64 mi

    The Old City

    0.64 mi from Ferries
    15 reviews

    I could just hang out and people watch here for days. And the photography! Nice people, good food, interesting architecture...what's not to love?

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  • 14
    0.57 mi

    Hagia Sophia

    0.57 mi from Ferries
    218 reviews

    Hagia Sophia is a great architectural beauty. ! ;))) just beauty

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  • 15
    0.77 mi

    Blue Mosque

    0.77 mi from Ferries
    157 reviews

    This is such a beautiful mosque, it moved me to tears. Definitely a must-see. Take time to soak in the atmosphere.

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  • 16
    0.57 mi

    Basilica Cistern

    0.57 mi from Ferries
    87 reviews

    The cistern was one of the most memorable places in Istanbul, with its immense pillars hauntingly illuminated from below. This incredibly historic place has the location of everything from movies to videogames to books, but still feels almost undiscovered by its understated entrance. Once you make past the gaudy shop and cafe at the entry, the cistern is so vast ...

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  • 17
    0.51 mi

    Topkapı Palace

    0.51 mi from Ferries
    107 reviews

    The most interesting part of the palace was the visit to the harem and hearing the intriguing stories of power struggle and how the sultans were usually controlled by their mothers.

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    0.65 mi

    Galata Tower

    0.65 mi from Ferries
    70 reviews

    Totally underrated! I read about it but it was never on my must-see list and I think it is absolutely the best first stop to make in Istanbul! It gives you tremendous perspective of the city surrounds and the building itself conveys the strong history of the city.

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    0.27 mi

    New Mosque

    0.27 mi from Ferries
    25 reviews

    I give 5 stars for this mosque because its open for any tourists to see how they pray in a prayer time. Don't forget to respect their religion by follow the rules for tourists. I have no chance to see how they pray before, even my country also have many mosques. So I was impress for this mosque.

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  • 20
    0.78 mi

    Historic Areas of Istanbul

    0.78 mi from Ferries
    37 reviews

    It never fails to amaze me how much history is crammed into the area of Sultanahmet. There are plenty of hotels in the immediate area, and enough sight-seeing to keep you busy for at least a week. Public transport makes it very simple to get around if you want to travel across the Golden Horn to Taksim Square or Beyoğlu ...

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