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The Prince Islands (“Adalar” in Turkish) are an archipelago of islands located in the Marmara Sea and one of the thirty-nine districts of Istanbul. Discover for a day those islands that were the favorite holiday spot of the Istanbulite elite during the Ottoman Empire, the old bourgeois mansions and old religious buildings, as well as the cosmopolitanism that is still present there.
The districts of Fener, and Balat are surely the ones that have the richest history in Istanbul. They are also on the list of the UNESCO heritage sites, and yet it is still a region rarely visited by tourists. Explore the colorful and charming streets of these districts during your stay in Istanbul.
During your stay, you cannot miss the visit of the neighborhoods that make up the Beyoğlu district. Especially famous for the square of Taksim and the great pedestrian avenue of Istiklal, Beyoğlu which extends to the entrance of the Golden Horn in front of the bridge of Galata is much more than that. Discover the unmissable places of Beyoğlu.