Harbiye Mah. Atiye Sok. No:6 Teşvikiye Şişli, Istanbul, İstanbul
Darstellende Künste · Harbiye · 1 Tipp
Melissa Erdagi: At her combination museum-shop, owner Gönül Paksoy turns everyday objects into pieces of art and creates hand-dyed silk coats with vintage beads. Also, must buy her exquisite cook-book!
Melissa Erdagi: For the authentic "yali" - or palace by the bosphorus - tea-time experience. Highly suggested: spend an afternoon in their exclusive spa, for an exquisite turkish-bath experience. Top notch!
Melissa Erdagi: This street is the place to shop and hang out. Loads of shops - designer stores to outlets, super cozy&chic cafés, and all just a 3 minute walk from the coastline. Just spend the day there.
Mısır Çarşısı No: 1 (The Spice Bazaar) Eminönü (Ragıp Gümüşpala Caddesi), Istanbul, İstanbul
Türkisches Restaurant · Rüstempaşa · 126 Tipps und Bewertungen
Melissa Erdagi: This hidden gem in the egyptian part of the bazaar has been around for over a century and is regularly visited by world renowned celebrities, royals and locals alike. Take a visit and find out why...
Kılıçali Paşa Mah. Meclis-i Mebusan Cad. Antrepo No:4 Karaköy, Pera, İstanbul
Kunstmuseum · Kılıçali Paşa · 495 Tipps und Bewertungen
Melissa Erdagi: A permanent exhibition takes you through a history of modern Turkish art. Increasing number of international shows. Also features a restaurant and incredible view of the old city across the bosphorus
Kunstmuseum · Asmalı Mescit · 216 Tipps und Bewertungen
Melissa Erdagi: A main collection consisting of Orientalist paintings, old weights and Ottoman tiles. Keep an eye on the Pera's top-notch travelling exhibitions by the likes of Picasso, Botero and Chagal.
Caferağa Mah. Güneşlibahçe Sk. No:43, Istanbul, İstanbul
Türkisches Restaurant · Caferağa · 1270 Tipps und Bewertungen
Melissa Erdagi: Eat at this internationally-renowned turkish restaurant after a walk in the most charming asian-side fish market - bubbling with şarküteris, dried fruit, tea&coffee stores, bakeries and baklava stores
Melissa Erdagi: No trip to Istanbul is complete without a daytrip to one of the Princes Islands. Buyukada is the largest with the most attractions. No cars allowed: travel by horse-drawn carriage or rental bike!