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We did not stay here but you can take a tour of the building. The entrance for the tour is one door along from the entrance to the hotel and costs 5 euros per person. We were the only ones on the tour on the...More
I spent some time there with my girlfriend. We did not stay at the hotel, however, we had a chance to taste the restaurant. Oh my! The setting was arranged pleasingly, relaxing music and great cuisine. We had another dinner next day - that's how...More
The Imaret has a special room where you can sit and enjoy a warm or cold drink while reading books about this era history. It offers a beautifull view of the city. This particular space is smoking-free and the sofa is really comfortable. However, I...More
This was my second visit (or "attempt to visit" should I say?) to Imaret. The first one was 3 years ago and this one just two weeks ago.
A friend had recommended and the first time I had been there was for a cup of...More
Waw!! An amazing place thinking of its history. Not only it is beautiful but also well renovated and preserved.
One would wonder about the routine of a student in this Madrasa.
It is peaty that they play a classical western music instead of Mediterranean or...More