You can enjoy a direct view of the Bosporus and the Golden Horn from this apartment1/3City trip at the Bosporus
Istanbul | Istanbul is a unique city between two continents. Experience the metropolis between Europe and the Orient from a city apartment
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You can enjoy this view from your own terrace in the harbour of Valletta, the island’s capital.2/3Panorama for you
Malta | There are holiday homes with a view of the Mediterranean in the small island state. They are often even located in wholly idyllic surroundings such as in a bay or a picturesque island harbour.
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Holiday complex consisting of stone houses with beautiful apartments in the south of Cyprus3/3Holiday in a natural stone house
Cyprus | Holiday homes of natural stone not only lend your holiday accommodation a certain charm, but are also the ideal place to retreat if the summer heat gets too much.
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This is how holiday rental owners described Istanbul-Beyoğlu
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What's going for it? I bet guide books blethered on about "where east meets west" when Istanbul was Constantinople. But at least ...
show more it's finally coming true again. On account of Turkey's wooing of both the EU and east Asia, the past decade has seen the city turn from lovely-if-decrepit museum piece to lovely-if-decrepit museum piece with great bars, economic growth and an OK public transport system. Not all of the change has been for the best. But spots like Cihangir make it all seem worthwhile. This is an Orhan Pamuk kind of neighbourhood. You'll still pass woodturning workshops, button warehouses and old ice-cream parlours en route for that dark, urbane bookshop. It still feels old and ancient and unrestored and a bit shabby. There are still whiskery grocers who'll deliver figs to the door. The dervishes still whirl up the hill at the Galata Lodge. Only now there's a great rooftop bar or six with views over the Bosphorus (I'd consider moving here for the views alone) and a good modern art gallery at the bottom of the hill. What with culture and economics so shifted to the east, this feels like where the world begins.
Well connected? The tottering, creaking tram plying along Istiklal Caddesi isn't just for the tourists, nor the new one up the Bosphorus and off across the Galata Bridge. In between, use your thighs, or hail one of the billion yellow taxis.
Hang out at… Susam Sokak (Sesame Street) is a laid-back cafe by day, a slinky cocktail bar by night. Good place to pretend to write that novel.
Holiday home in Turkey: Exquisite food and a traditional Turkish bath
Turkey | Historically a bridge between Europe and Asia, Turkey and its heterogeneous culture stand out for its combination of European, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and central Asian influences. A cultural potpourri that mixes the exotic and the familiar makes Turkey one of the best places for adventurous travelers and those seeking a holiday house off the beaten path.
A holiday home in Turkey: surround yourself with historic sites and open seas
Energetic, unique Istanbul, literally straddling the West and East, could be your ideal location to book a holiday rental in Turkey. With the Black Sea in the north and the Marmara Sea to the south, the city offers a mosaic of cultures and the relics of ancient civilizations. Families on vacation could rent a holiday apartment in, for instance, the historical Sultanahmet neighborhood, with its incredible architecture, important mosques, and buzzing Spice Market. Or try hip Galata, with its mix of charming, winding streets and hip boutiques and cafes.
Renting a holiday house or holiday apartment in Turkey's Mediterranean region is a great idea for both families and couples seeking a more relaxing holiday. Though cities in this region, like Antalya, Hatay, and Mersin, offer incomparable historical heritage, the area's most striking feature is its beautiful beaches. It is ideal for a holiday rental for vacationers looking to hike, swim, or practice other outdoor sports. Summers are typically dry and hot; however, the mild Mediterranean climate means that the weather is generally pleasant for visitors renting a holiday house during any season.
Experience adventures: see Cappadocia from the sky
Anatolia is a particularly famous region in Turkey and great for an unforgettable holiday rental. In central Anatolia lies the historical Cappadocia, home to many civilizations throughout the centuries and unrivaled in its unique volcanic landscape. One option to sightsee in Cappadocia? Take a hot air balloon ride at sunrise. Even those who are not fond of heights should appreciate the astonishing view. And it almost goes without saying that this locale is the perfect complement to a holiday home vacation.
Property no. 1251234
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Istanbul-Beyoğlu, Marmara Region (Turkish Black Sea Coast)
Studio for max. 2 personsApprox. 45 m², 1 bathroom, pets not allowed, satellite TV, Complete WLAN coverage, non-smoking property, beach approx. 250 m, sea approx. 2 km, city apartmentThere are 6 further property types with 6 accommodations for this complex
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