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This palace was built in the mid 1800s to replace an earlier structure that was made of wood. The new palace incorporated sixteen separate buildings with stables, a flour mill and a clock tower among them.
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Dolmabahce Palace has a lot to offer. It is beautiful and manageable at the same time. The guided tours are very helpful. My favorite place in the Palace is the beautiful garden with the magnificent view of the Bosphorus.
This is the palace where Ataturk lived his last days. The audio guide is very nice. It is very beautiful and grand. You need minimum 2-3 hours to see it. It is very near the Independence avenue. Walking distance.
It was the residence of sultan Ahmet II. It is very huge and look like a Western palace to me. It showed that ottoman did had thier glorious past in thier heydays.
Impressed and alighted my initial expectations about the ottoman empire
It was extremely beautiful palace and inside the palace the photos are not allowed. there were a museum of kitchen as well where crockery of the palace residents were displayed and it was so amazing that those porcelain bowls and other stuff were having diamonds...More
This is truly a stunning location with a very good view into the lifestyle of the Turkish royals and very well organized and maintained. It’s a shame that photography is not allowed but it’s understandable . However the biggest -ve is the fact that strollers...More
Right next to Bosphorus strait that gives you an oportunity to take some of the best landscape photos of Asian side of Istanbul
You may just get on Tram (T1) if you are staying in sultanahmet Area, or take bus to Besiktas Station, which makes...More
Some distance from the main sights in Sultanmehet area, this palace on the banks of The Bosphorus is sensational.
Although not included in the Museum Card it is well worth the price of admission. Each visitor is given an Audio Guide which works well and...More
In Besiktas, skyscrapers compete with palaces for space in an upscale vista replete with hilly green parkland filling in the margins. Step into this rather wealthy neighborhood and discover a rich mix of opportunities to shop, dine, and be entertained. For folks in search of urban buzz, not to mention a constant reminder of just how important Istanbul’s waterways are to its rich history, there's the
frenetic Besiktas ferry terminal or the city’s most vibrant fish market to explore. For a timeout of metropolitan proportions, head to the bucolic Yildiz Park or the chic Bosphorus-side fishing village of Ortakoy. Attractions such as the grandiose Dolmabahce Palace and a bevy of other stately residences await admiration. To be sure, this large and not overly touristy swath of Istanbul yields plenty of pleasure for all.
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I think you can because I saw people with stroller in other places like the top capi for example but for me I didn't have children with me personally but I think if it is allowed in one palace it will be in others