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We had a great experience at Bada Bing! Although the location is not close to Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque and other museums, we really liked that it was just on the other side of the Galata Bridge and away from the busiest and...More
You need to stay in this charming hostel located in Istanbul.
The people are friendly, the rooms are comfortable and the public areas are very pleasant to sympathize between employees and guests.
It is very close to the major tourist attractions, in addition to, you...More
The best hostel I've stayed in; one of the best out there. Not just in Istanbul, but in all of Europe. The staff are more than just helpful, they become your friends and will do anything for you. With a great rooftop bar/chill-out area playing...More
First of all: I may got off on the wrong foot with this hostel, so I'll try to base this review on hard facts, nevertheless the soft facts where rather disappointing...
- location (perfectly fine if you don't want to stay in the touristy...More
Bada Bing has got to be one of the best hostels I have ever stayed in, initially I had planned to stay for 2 nights and then go on to couchsurf at a place I had lined up. After staying there for 2 days, I...More
Sitting pretty with an age-old air about it, Karakoy is situated on the European side of the Bosphorus at the mouth of the Golden Horn. Perhaps the city’s most historically significant area, it’s currently one of the most happening parts of town as well. Here street vendors and alfresco fish restaurants line the banks of the Horn where the views of major attractions across the water rival Karakoy’s own key attractions,
such as the iconic 14th century Galata Tower and the Museum of Modern Art. A major hub for local and international waterborne traffic, Istanbul’s commercial and maritime heritage remains as relevant and evident as ever in Karakoy. Commuter ferries mingle with luxury cruise liners at its busy port, ensuring a continuously cosmopolitan flow of people..