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The palace now turned into a restaurante, is a very pleasant place, located in the neighbouhood of Beykoz on top of a hill. It is surrounded by a beautiful garden and the views are great.
The food served is good. Desserts are delicious.
You can dress casually or dress to walk for a long time. Take a taxi or take your car there (there is parking available). In the middle of a city with 18 million people you will see nothing but threes and flovers, no mather what...More
Since this is one of the beautiful historical palaces in Istanbul, you should definitely see it. You can walk inside the flowers and trees. You can watch Istanbul and look at the bridge that brings Asian and European sides together. You can also have breakfast...More
I visited this palace on Sunday,for lunch ,first of all ,this place has a very wonderful garden ,with a cafeteria,where u can enjoy eating some ice cream or drink a coffee or juice etc ..
Inside the palace in the upper floor ,there s a...More
One of the most attractive buildings on the Asian side of the Bosphorus must be the summer palace of the Khedive (Viceroy) of Egypt in the forest of Cubuklu high above Kanlica.
Built in 1907 by an Italian architect in a style, which mixes Art...More
High above the Bosporus at Kanlica, the Hidiv Kasri (the khedive's villa) was built as a summer home for the Egyptian khedive in the 19th century. It has some beautiful art-nouveau details, and the grounds are a wonderful place to drink tea on hot days.
This was not on my itinerary and I had no prior knowledge of this place. I was taken there by my good friend Ali from Les Arts Turc in March 2015.
I enjoyed his enthusiasm and the obvious love for his city that he is...More
I went only because the NY Times included this as a must-see in theri 36 hours in Istanbul. The place is far from the main part of town, situated on a nice residential hill tip section in the north of the city. I took a...More