Amira Hotel – romantic boutique hotel
Amira Hotel is a boutique hotel in Istanbul located in the heart of the centuries old empires’ capital. Neighbors of the Amira Hotel Istanbul are the great St. Sophia, the magnificent Blue Mosque, the mystic Basilica Cistern, the imperial Topkapi Palace, the colorful Grand Bazaar, and is adjacent to remains of the Bukaleon Sea Palace.
Cipriani Istanbul – elegant restaurant
Cipriani Istanbul is a 2,500 square foot restaurant that seats 180 indoors and features a 1,000 square foot enclosed terrace with seating for 75 outdoors. The new restaurant and event space is located at the Edition Hotel in the heart of the Levent business district on the prestigious Buyukdere Street.
- The Bosphorus
The Bosphorus – amazing place with spectacular view in Istanbul
The Bosphorus is the strait connecting the Black Sea and Sea of Marmara in Istanbul, Turkey.You can walk by the sea with your lover and share romantic moments here. In the evenings, you can view the two romantic bridges and it really amazing place.
Hagia Sophia – great architectural beauty monument
Hagia Sophia is a great architectural beauty and an important monument both for Byzantine and for Ottoman Empires. Once a church, later a mosque, and now a museum at the Turkish Republic, Hagia Sophia has always been the precious of its time.
Sakip Sabanci Museum – historical place
Sabancı University’s Sakıp Sabancı Museum is located in Emirgan, at one of Istanbul’s oldest settlements on the Bosphorus.In 1927 Prince Mehmed Ali Hasan of the Hidiv family of Egypt commissioned the Italian architect Edouard De Nari to build the villa, now the museum’s main building, and it was used as a summer house for many years by various members of the Hidiv family; for a short time it also served as the Montenegran Embassy.
Pera Museum – impressive building in Istanbul, Turkey
Inaugurated on 8 June 2005, Pera Museum is a private museum founded by the Suna and İnan Kıraç Foundation. The aim of offering an outstanding range of diverse high quality culture and art services is as important today as when the Museum first opened its doors to the public.