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Travelaround59 wrote a review Nov 2020
London, United Kingdom1608 contributions469 helpful votes
Sogukcesme Street has to be the cutest little street in Istanbul. I always love walking the little toad with the cobbled pavement and the beautiful wooden houses lining the wall with the Topkapi Palace. Nevertheless the weather is rather miserable Sogukcesme has stil lot of charme.…
Date of experience: November 2020
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digitalroc wrote a review Jun 2019
Calgary, Canada1284 contributions541 helpful votes
Nice looking street, our tour guide indicated that the old Ottoman wooden houses from the 19th century were renovated, looks quite modern now on this car-free cobblestone street.
Date of experience: May 2019
MGTravel75 wrote a review Apr 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom370 contributions142 helpful votes
Lovely street, pedestrianised and cobbled. Quiet and tranquil if you don’t mind the tourists 😀 Several hotels situated along it
Date of experience: April 2019
Alice R wrote a review Feb 2019
Hobart, Australia7889 contributions626 helpful votes
Worth a look down this street, all the buildings have flowers as names and are well renovated. There is a hotel and restaurant here too.
Date of experience: January 2019
Departure811861 wrote a review Jan 2019
Germany824 contributions286 helpful votes
Soğukçeşme Sokağı in Sultanahmet leads downhill from Topkapı Palace to Gülhane Park. The street is interesting but not original. The Ottoman wooden houses were renovated and now look quite modern. The front door miniature "gardens" are also planted with fragrant shrubs.
Date of experience: February 2018