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Istanbul, world famous city with its breath taking history, unique architecture and mosaic of many civilizations and cultures combined. The only city around the world, located on two continents and divided by the stunning Bosphorus Strait.

Enjoy our perfectly located hotel which is surrounded by top places in Sultanahmet hotel. Feel the authentic atmosphere of historical peninsula, just few steps away from all of Istanbul top sightseeing attractions like Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar and Basilica Cistern. You can walk to all transportations just in minutes. Save your time during your holiday and use the Carlton Hotel location advantage to get anywhere you want quickly. 2 minute walking to subway (Vezneciler stop), 5 minute walking to bus stop, 2 minute walking to tramway line (Cemberlitas stop). You can come to our Hotel by taking metro from Ataturk Airport, it only takes 15 minutes. Also metro station could be used for visiting Taksim, Sishane and Galata. (approx. 5-7 minutes)



Take a vessel to the Princes’ Islands

In the event that the high temperature and noise of the city get to be a lot of why not take a ship over to the Princes’ Islands? With no autos permitted, the islands are an awesome reprieve from the movement of Istanbul.

On Heybeliada, various great fish restaurants line the front, and there are likewise a few bread shops offering impeccable procurements for an excursion.
Appreciate unrecorded music over the city
See and hear the best of musical ability against the setting of the Istanbul horizon. The Istanbul Music Festival happens from 31 May to 27 June not long from now, offering an extensive variety of world-class ability from traditional music to musical drama to jazz. Not long from now likewise denote the 21st Istanbul Jazz Festival which is situated to liven up the city with more than 200 musical performers performing at 13 separate venues.
Consume under the stars
Istanbul has an abundance of porches and enclosures where you can feast outdoors, with numerous restaurants neglecting the staggering waterfront of the Bosphorus. Amid summer in the city a large number of the restaurants host an incredible get-together climate, with DJs playing a variety of music for the duration of the night.
Hop on board a Bosphorus journey
With such a great amount to see and do ashore numerous individuals disregard the way that a lot of Istanbul’s legacy can be appreciated from the water. Browse either a short circle or a full Bosphorus journey by night. The full visit takes you from Eminönü to the Black Sea, providing for you incredible perspectives of the shoreline of Europe and of the lush slopes of Asia.
Chill in the shade at Gülhane Park
Formally the imperial arrangements of Topkapı Palace, Gülhane Park is currently one of the city’s most prominent areas in which to while away a sunny evening. In the stature of summer the trees offer welcome shade from the Turkish sun, and free open shows are organized on weekends.
Investigate the riverside at Bebek
Refined eating, excellent cruising pontoons and extravagance boutiques make Bebek well known with Istanbul’s top of the line customers and it’s the ideal spot to put in day or two.
Istanbul Shopping Fest
Annually Istanbul houses the Istanbul Shopping Fest in June where you can discover popular things. And additionally a wide group of shops offer tax-free shopping with present shows, style shows and different exhibitions. Opening hours expend, as well.
Enjoy tax-free shopping
From the maze of the Grand Bazaar to the city’s heap retail chains, shopping centers and extravagance boutiques, Istanbul will realize the most enthusiastic customer.
Discover the underground city
While Istanbul’s scenery is ruled by lovely building design, underneath the city are similarly uncommon compositional accomplishments. The Basilica Cistern is the biggest of a few hundred old storages lying underneath Istanbul. Manufactured to hold 100,000 tons of water, it now is a void maze of fancy segments and carvings. Naturally cool, it offers breathing space from the heat above.
Shopping in Eminonu
The region is hurling with customers; particularly at weekends individuals originate from everywhere throughout the city, searching for rebate dress or plastic frill, stationery and shabby toys in the lanes behind the Spice Bazaar. You won’t locate the tasteful boutiques of the huge shopping plazas here. The customers in Eminönü is customary and common laborers. The tight climbing road called Mahmutpaşa for instance is the spot where those of a progressive nature come to purchase a coat or a headscarf, or to pack their young men out in the ensemble they wear on circumcision day.
Eminönü is creeping with a large number of individuals peddling products on pushcarts, temporary slows down or a sweeping laid out in the road, and additionally the a great many little shops and workshops in the roads, bazaars and the huge stone forts from the Ottoman time called Han in Turkish. Every last bit is retail space, even the underpasses taking individuals from the ships are lined with shops, kebab grillers and young men offering cigarettes. Typically there is a considerable measure of handbag grabbing and pickpocketing in the group. What’s more, the tight avenues are difficult to keep clean. There are such a variety of organizations pressed into such a little zone, to the point that a solitary road or even a solitary building can be the focal point of a specific exchange, and transforming a corner will take you into a very surprising environment. Here you are encompassed by slow down after slow down of denim pants, and over one square you are submerged in the aroma of espresso and flavors.
Misir Çarşisi (Egyptian or Spice Market)
This L-formed bazaar, confronting the Golden Horn, was inherent the seventeenth century as an expansion to Yeni Cami (New Mosque), and financed by the cash paid as obligation on Egyptian merchandise. Originally famous around the world for its fascinating flavors and oils from the Orient, nowadays it additionally offers dried products of the soil, caviar and Turkish delight, and a plenty of souvenirs with lower price than the ones sold in Grand Bazaar. Its neighboring streets are the heart of the commercial life with nearby craftspeople, dealers and extraordinary varieties of cheeses and olives.
Opening Times: Mon-Sat 08:00-19:00
Ayasofya (Hagia Sophia)
At the point when the Christian Emperor Justinian introduced Hagia Sophia, importance Church of Divine Wisdom, in the year AD 537, it was the greatest building on the planet and remained the most noteworthy accomplishment of the Byzantine Empire for over a thousand years. In the fifteenth century, Mehmet the Conqueror changed over it from a Christian church to a mosque, including the minarets, tombs and wellsprings. Turkey turned into a common republic in 1923 and Hagia Sophia was created as an exhibition hall after 12 years, with a hefty portion of its Byzantine mosaics uncovered from underneath layers of Ottoman mortar.
The guests admire the tremendous 56m (183ft) high arch. Different highlights incorporate Byzantine mosaics and gigantic Ottoman round shields containing calligraphy of Koranic verses.
Opening Times: Tues-Sun 09:00-17:00 (winter); Tues-Sun 09:00-19:00.
Turkish showers, or hamams, were a staple of Ottoman culture, and albeit some have following been changed over to bistros or remain as unused, memorable relics, regardless they have a spot in current Istanbul. Well known among Turks and sightseers alike, numerous Turkish showers, for example, Cağaloğlu Hamam, have been ceaselessly worked for several years. For those picking to chill rather, the city has as of late revived huge numbers of its shorelines along the Sea of Marmara and the Bosphorus; Bakırköy, Küçükçekmece, and Sarıyer are among the most frequented beachside areas in the city today.Istanbul does not have an essential urban park, dissimilar to other substantial urban communities, however it has green ranges in diverse parts of the city.Gülhane Park and Yıldız Park were initially included inside of the grounds of two of Istanbul’s castles Topkapı Palace and Yıldız Palace—yet they were repurposed as open stops in the early many years of the Turkish Republic. Across from Yıldız Palace, nearby the Bosphorus Bridge, Fethi Paşa Korusu lives on a slope on the Anatolian side of the Bosphorus. Along the European side of the Bosphorus, and closer to the Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge, is Emirgan Park; initially a private domain having a place with Ottoman pioneers, the 47-hectare (120-section of land) park is known for its differing qualities of plants and a yearly tulip celebration held following 2005. Popular amid the late spring among Istanbulites getting away from the city is Belgrad Forest, growing over an unfathomable 5,500-hectare (14,000-section of land) territory at the northern edge of the city. The backwoods initially supplied water to the city, leftovers of stores utilized amid Byzantine and Ottoman times can in any case be watched within.
The Grand Bazaar is one of the biggest secured markets on the planet.
Istanbul has various malls, from the notable to the present day. The Grand Bazaar is among the world’s most established and biggest secured markets, having been in operation since 1461. Mahmutpaşa Bazaar, built up after a year, reaches out between the Grand Bazaar and the Egyptian Bazaar, which has been Istanbul’s significant flavor market following 1660. Galleria Ataköy introduced the time of present day shopping centers in Turkey when it opened in 1987. Since then, shopping centers have get to be significant malls outside the noteworthy peninsula.Akmerkez was recompensed the title of Europe’s best shopping center by the International Council of Shopping Centers, while Istanbul Cevahir has been among the landmass’ biggest since opening in 2005. Abdi Ipekçi Street in Nişantaşı and Bağdat Avenue on the Anatolian side of the city have developed into top of the line shopping districts, while Istiklal Avenue frames the foundation of Beyoğlu.
Beside normal Turkish food like kebab, Istanbul is likewise well known for its memorable fish eateries. Large portions of the city’s most famous and upscale fish eateries line the shores of the Bosphorus (specifically, the areas of Ortaköy, Bebek, Arnavutköy and Yeniköy on the European side; and Beylerbeyi, Çengelköy and Kandilli on the Asian side) while the Kumkapı neighborhood along the Sea of Marmara has a person on foot zone that has around fifty fish restaurants. The Princes’ Islands, 15 kilometers (9 mi) from the downtown area, are likewise prevalent for their fish eateries. Due to their eateries, notable summer chateaus, and serene, auto free climates, the Princes’ Islands are a famous get-away destination among Istanbulites and outside tourists. Istanbul additionally has numerous eateries offering different variants the well known Turkish breakfast. Breakfast comprises of marinated olives, nectar, margarine, eggs, frankfurter, jams, cucumbers, tomatoes, kaymak and menemen.
Eateries highlighting outside cooking likewise flourish in the city, particularly in the Beyoğlu area. Living along Istiklal Avenue is the Çiçek Pasajı, initially assembled by Greek donor Christakis Zografos as flat building and mall known as Cité de Pera. In the mid-20th century, the building’s center moved toward nightlife, the Çiçek Pasajı has been to home to upscale winehouses (known as meyhanes), bars, and restaurants. While the center of Istiklal Avenue, initially acclaimed for its bars, has moved the other bearing far from nightlife and toward shopping—the adjacent Nevizade Street still holds its notoriety for being lined with winehouses and pubs.  Some different neighborhoods around Istiklal Avenue have as of late been patched up to indulge Beyoğlu’s nightlife; Cezayir Sokağı (“Algeria Street”) is at the focal point of such a changed territory, as it is currently lined with bars, bistros, and eateries playing live music.
Other central focuses for Istanbul’s nightlife are the top of the line neighborhoods of Nişantaşı and Bebek, and in addition, to a lesser degree, Kadıköy on the opposite side of the Bosphorus. Outdoors shoreline dance club, prevalent amid the late spring, fundamentally line the European side of the Bosphorus, in the middle of Beyoğlu.