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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Budget Rent Apartment in Istanbul Turkey Offered for All
Quick booking services are offered by Istanbul Apartments as no booking or card fee required. Book now!
Lots of young people often begin their life together in a renting apartment as they cannot afford buying an apartment. This fact is easily true with the new couples who have more expenses and less income. They give preference more to renting Apartment in Istanbul Turkey instead of buying one straight away.
Are you a resident of Istanbul Turkey and looking out for renting an apartment? Yes, it is better to contact Istanbul Apartments. They provide flats, apartments for rents all over Istanbul and intend to fulfill the needs of the people with diverse budgets through its reasonable serviced apartments.
“Our prime motivation behind the renting services is the location. The boutique style accommodation promises to bring great convenience similar to your home and amenities similar to a five star hotel. Everything is offered at the best rates in Istanbul. If you are searching out for budget houses for rent in Istanbul, there is no need to look here and there.  Everything is offered here in friendlier way. Started from leased houses for business stays to cozy completely furnished apartments to provide you a sense of staying at home, we have everything special for you.” said the official spokesperson.
Istanbul Apartments offers Apartment in Istanbul Short Stay or long term housing with single, double and three bedrooms according to the requirement of the guests. We aimed to make your stay extremely comfortable as well as memorable and that’s too without hitting your pocket at all.
So, if you are interested in the services offered by Istanbul Apartments and need more information about Flats in Istanbul, make call on +90 530 879 7668 or +90 536 724 41 54. You can also write an email on Visit now online!

Monday, March 23, 2015

Istanbul Apartments Offers Rental Apartments to Suit Everyone Needs
25th March, Istanbul - Istanbul Apartments is one of the leading Turkish agencies, offering the best properties in central Istanbul, which includes a wide-range of apartments, holiday homes and furnished flats. They also offer flats and apartments in downtown Beyoglu, Tesvikiye, Macka, Besiktas and nearby the airport Halkal. 
What set’s Istanbul Apartments apart from other agencies is that they offer apartments and flats under different categories so that it suits everyone’s budget and requirements. For instance, they offer Deluxe two room bedroom apartments and flats, which come fully furnished. These Deluxe apartments are architecturally magnificent and come with all the modern amenities. The other categories in apartments are Standard and Economy. All the apartments under Standard and Economy are fully furnished and are situated in vibrant colonies, which are accessible from all the parts of the city.    
Besides apartments and flats, Istanbul Apartments also rents our holiday homes, office and business centers as well as luxury villas. The holiday homes and villas are perfect for large families looking to spend a week or a fortnight in Istanbul. For businesses looking to set up offices, the agency also provides fully equipped offices services.
In addition, to flats and apartments, the agency also provides a dedicated and multi-lingual staff, who take care of all the needs of foreign tourists and travelers. All the apartments and flats are tastefully designed, with spacious rooms and comfortable furniture. They also come with the latest fittings and furnishings. All the apartments centrally located and are close to cultural landmarks such as historical monuments as well as modern amenities such as shopping centers and restaurants. 

To sum it up, Istanbul Apartments offers something for everyone, whether you maybe the budget traveler looking for a one bedroom flat, the business executive looking to rent out an fully equipped office space or someone looking to spend sometime with your family in a luxurious villa.

Friday, January 23, 2015

Istanbul Flats: Best Deals for Flats in Istanbul

There are basically two probable scenarios: possibly you enroll in somebody who previously owns/ rents an apartment, or perhaps you discover an apartment on your own and also look for flat friends afterwards. The two may look like a challenge task for a newbie, particularly if you don’t understand Turkish, but it surely is accomplishable! The most vital aspects you need to pay attention to are: place, transport proximity, hire, along with the condition of the flat.
The nearer the flat would be to your own university the much better , since it can save you lots of time, cash, and nervousness ( commuting in Istanbul is no fun ). Additionally, verify if there are actually metro, metro bus or ferryboat stations close by because they are not as likely to be stuck in visitors instead of buses and douses.

Istanbul flat rental is a good opportunity to get luxurious lodgings at an affordable price. You could be positive that you have very few hotel rooms in Istanbul that can give you the identical facilities that a great apartment has the ability to. In case you are planning to Istanbul, renting a cushy apartment with large surroundings where one can be flawlessly accommodated with your buddies and family members. Most of our apartments are situated in the center of the city. It is possible to rent houses in Istanbul with our assistance as well as have a truly problem-free holiday in Turkey. We assure high-class amenities and unique service in most of our houses in Istanbul. And we’ll get done our wise to make your own vacation the most amazing ever. Most of our apartments are centrally situated, safe inside and also out, because they are fully furnished. Most of the apartments provided by us have been redesigned to the highest European specifications.

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Points To Remember When Renting Apartment in Istanbul

Where you can stay in Istanbul?
When looking for facilities in Istanbul, holiday houses are a fantastic, affordable option. provides numerous quality self-catering villas and also short-stay holiday living apartments in Istanbul, spread across the city's several districts. Most of the holiday apartments in Istanbul provide you with fabulous views and also give a chance to really feel the city like the Istanbul natives conduct. What's more, you may conveniently and also safely and securely book our holiday apartments as well as holiday cottages in Istanbul in since few as six hits. We have a great number of holiday apartments in Istanbul; therefore regardless of what you have to be comfortable, your own holiday rental will certainly feel like a house away from home. 

The time to go to Istanbul

The perfect time to book holiday apartments in Istanbul is in April, May, September and October due to the beautiful, mild temperature ranges in springtime and autumn. Summers can be quite hot in Istanbul-the local people even flee to the coastline - and the winters range from biting winds and also snow. Having said thateven during summer and winter time Istanbul is a thriving, lively city, as well as booking holiday apartments in Istanbul throughout the off-peak different seasons means better offersIrrespective of when you choose to book certainly one of our holiday apartments in Istanbul, our inexpensive rates keep more cash in your pocket for your own holiday. 

Reaching and around Istanbul 

Most visitors arrive in Istanbul by plane, and thus accordingly, we provide you with many different Istanbul holiday apartments around these areas. Outside of these types of parts of Istanbul, public transport choices include bus, ferry, sea bus and metro. This is an outstanding option for individuals who book Istanbul holiday apartments in the suburbs.

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Scott's article of Dec 6, 2014 while staying at Istanbul Apartments.

Scott's article of Dec 6 while staying at Istanbul Apartments:

Americans just love to flaunt their cultural literacy, especially when
it comes to food.  One thing you almost always realize when you travel
is that what passes for ethnic cuisine in the States frequently bears
no resemblance to what people actually eat in their native countries.
How many times have you heard that about Chinese food?  Well imagine
my surprise when I discovered that one of the hallowed staples of the
American bbq, the shish kebob, is actually being mispronounced by
aproned grillmasters everywhere.  The word is actually 'kebop' with a
P.  What's more, although there are kebop stands on nearly every
corner in Istanbul, it's far from the best thing to eat here.  After
your first few days in-country, you probably won't eat another one
until you get back to the US and resume misspelling it.

The food in Istanbul is not gourmet but it's hot, brown, and there's
plenty of it.  Especially at the many cafeteria-style restaurants
dotting the Istikal strip here in Beyoglu there are many delicious
choices outside of kebops or 'gyro' type sandwiches.  Soups, stews,
meat loaf, brisket, twice-baked potatos with cheese, chicken
cacciatore, collard greens and brussel sprouts -- all served with
generous amounts of bread.  In fact, like Hungary, Turkey is a place
they give you (at least) an entire loaf of bread with every meal.  And
it's fresh, crusty on the outside and soft & warm within.  Every so
often you'll meet a local who sanctimoniously tells you they 'don't
eat bread' or they're 'off gluten' -- those people are fools.  Spend
ten years in California living off tortillas and you'll thank God for
the Turkish way.  In fact there's a big industrial bakery right on my
street, so even the local bodega has huge loaves in the back next to
the deli case.  Open up a tub of yogurt and slice up some tomatos and
cucumbers and you're in business.

The standout though is the fish.  This city is bordered on two sides
by water and fishermen are hanging their lines off every available
bridge and shoreline.  My apartment manager Hasan and his son took me
to the Asian side one night and we ate right at the fish market --
don't ask me what it was but it was so fresh and delicious all you
needed was a little lemon wedge and some salad, and a fork to slide
the meat right off the bones in one motion.  Fish stews, fish
sandwiches, fried fish on a stick, it never ends.  The lox situation
is utterly ridiculous.  As we all know, smoked salmon will set you
back about $24/lb in the US.  Here, although they use the metric
system, I'm estimating that it's about $8/lb. for thick fresh pink
slabs of salmon marbled through with fat.  It's like Jewish funeral
and no one had to die.  On Sunday's I'm in my apartment live streaming
the Browns games with a lox, tomato, and cucumber yogurt sandwich on
crusty warm bread the size of a nuclear submarine.

Needless to say, Misha has gained a bit of weight.  There's no way we
are going to be able to maintain this level of luxury when we get
home.  Her sense of entitlement is so out of control, she regularly
turns her nose up at chicken drumsticks or braised beef, at least
until I cut it into small pieces for her.  Street cats are eating
their own poop and she's behaving like a pampered pasha.  Justin
Beiber called her spoiled.

I'm actually writing this on a Saturday night, only two days from my
departure for Vienna and the last three weeks of my trip.  I've
determined that three weeks is just the right amount of time to spend
in any one place on a vacation.  It's long enough to relax and see the
sights at a sane pace, and also have days where I just live like a
regular person without rushing to see anything.  Hasan signed me up
for a gym membership at a very nice hotel with a pool, weight room,
and little hammam so I've been swimming and doing my back exercises.
I'm still in some pain, but it hasn't stopped me from a ton of walking
and exploring the city thoroughly.  Forget about three weeks, you
couldn't see it all in three years.  It took over two thousand years
to build this city and there's no way for one person to take it all in
as a tourist.  I've been to many historic sights, many of the modern
areas, and even out to the suburbs.  If I ever make it back to Turkey
in the warm weather I'll take my neighbor Audra's advice and do some
day trips out to some historic sights outside the city.  In the
meantime, I don't feel like I've missed out on anything.

As I write this I'm (agonizingly) slowly uploading some photos from
Chora Church, Pammakaristos Church, and Hagia Sofia to Google+.  In a
trip full of mindblowing experiences, these were probably the most
spectacular.  There's really no way with my crappy camera phone to
photodocument how magnificent these sites are, or even to describe
them here in a few words.  For once I actually wished I had an iPhone
-- the people who did seemed to be taking better color pics than me.
There are thousands of professionally-taken photos online, so anyone
interested can see them in detail.  I also didn't want to be glued to
my phone the whole time.  At Hagia Sofia I bought the audio tour and
listened to a fascnating narrative on headphones connected to a little
wand that 'read' each stop from a plastic map I walked around with.
At Pammakaristos church I just threw my hands up and bought the
official guidebook with hundreds of gorgeous photographs.  The mosaics
and the history behind them are so mesmerizing that you can't keep
your mouth closed in these places.  Your jaw drops and stays dropped
and you walk around mouth-breathing with a crimp in your neck from
looking up the whole time.  I really should have brushed up on my New
Testament before coming here -- many of the most gorgeous frescoes and
mosaics depict events in the life of Jesus and Mary and I had to do
some quick catch-up to figure out what all was going on.  Thank God
for Wikipedia on the phone.  Speaking of God, if Jesus ever comes back
please ask him to bring a space heater. That's one thing these sites
could use, especially in December.

It's also fascinating how the concept of 'restoration' has been part
of these sites for at least a thousand years.  There have been so many
wars, so many invasions, earthquakes, riots, and movements like the
iconoclastic period where artworks were *intentionally* destroyed,
that throughout history every one of them has been under renovation
and restoration several times.  And to Turkey's credit, they continue
to be today.  Having a portion on the building closed for restoration
is nothing new -- it's always been that way.  Don't believe a word you
read online at places like TripAdvisor -- what is available to see is
STILL mindblowing and the human brain can only absorb so many hours of
gold and mosaic and fresco and marble and porphyry anyway before you
need a coffee break.  The infrastructure that the Turks have set up
makes everything easy.  It's so clean and high-tech and convenient.
The 'lines' that everyone complains about online are totally
exaggerated, and the security check is both understandable and
effortless.  The carpet museum deserves particular mention in this
regard -- it is the most high-tech system of sliding glass doors and
climate-controlled portals I've ever seen.  Like going on the bridge
of the Starship Enterprise -- and I can understand why.  Although it
bears mentioning that people here are not savages like in the United
States.  Nobody's coming into these places with a Sharpie looking to
ruin anything.  Everyone recognizes the historic and cultural
significance, even if it's not *their* particular religion, and
respects where they are.  It's really much better than in Jerusalem or

Istanbul is a photographer's dream, a cat-lover's dream, and a helluva
fun time if you have the legs for it.  The walking is brutal.
Oftentimes you'll see a magnificent building towering in the distance
and head towards it, only to get submerged in an endless labyrynth of
winding alleyways and bazaars down below and never find the place
again.  Even when that happens though, you still discover such
interesting little diversions that the adventure is fun.  And there's
always something to eat and a place to sit and have coffee or tea.
The city is SAFE, there are police EVERYWHERE, and the fact is that
people here are not sinister (despite some pretty sinister eyebrow and
beard hair).  This city has been welcoming tourists since 300AD and
they know where their bread is buttered.  People fearing pickpockets
or whatever else have a MUCH MUCH MUCH greater chance of harming
themselves on an uneven piece of cobblestone, a high step or
low-hanging stone ledge than from any malevolence by the locals.  And
nobody's out to cheat you.  People here want to do business --
everybody's trying to get a good price of course and make a living,
but there's none of the sneering price-gouging or trickery so common
in the Arab countries when you're a green tourist.  It's true, if you
hear from a shopkeeper the words 'Where are you from?' you run in the
other direction, but only because that question never really leads to
any genuine cultural exchange -- not because you're in danger.
They're just trying to sell you a rug.  And like I wrote in an earlier
letter, say you're from Los Angeles because everybody loves LA.

I'm headed back to Vienna Monday for three intense weeks of rehab on
my back.  It's going to be Cleveland cold there, so I'll probably be
cooped up in my new rented flat for most of the time.  If I can peep
some of the fabled Christmas markets I'll be sure to post more pics.
Hopefully I can get some standby tickets to another concert.  I keep
telling myself that although my trip is almost done, three weeks is
*still* longer than most Americans get for vacation in a year, so I am
very very grateful.

Thanks to everyone who has written.  If you're on this email list that
means I'm thinking about you and wishing you the best.  Misha sends
her love, through a haze of hamburger meat, smoked salmon and Whiskas,