Welcome welcome! My name is Ege, I am a university student in the faculty of English Language Teaching. I had my high school education in French and have a bit of Spanish. I’ve been living in Istanbul for 20 years, so basically my whole life. I am a wanderer, because even after so many years of living in the same place, I come across a new place every single time. I want to share everything and everyplace that are unique and enjoyable with the ‘fellow’ travelers.
Here’s a list of the attractions : the biggest and the most touristic Catholic church in Istanbul St Anthony of Padua, Istiklal avenue and Beyoglu, the famous Sultanahmet Square and the historical places there such as the Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia, the basilica cistern, etc., The Princes’ Islands, museums of art and archeology, famous bazaars and restaurants and cafés of both traditional and modern Turkish food.
Some of the hot spots for the night life are the newly opened Celtic Irish Pub or the Irish Pub James Joyce which are decorated with objects bought from British auctions, with a menu and a general concept of a big British pub and live music. If you are into live music, you’ll have a lot of options from blues and rock n roll to heavy metal. But if you are lover of a more tranquil night life, I know some of the best places for you.