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We did the cable car ride from eyup to go to Pierre Lotti hill. From eminonu come to the bus station and take bus no 99 to get off at teleferik Pierre Lotti stop. Cable car ride can be paid via Istanbulkart for 2.60 per...More
Hidden spot of Istanbul, so much fun to walk around here. There are so many local people here. Very good place to see and shop. You can enjoy the old and good Istanbul here! You can go by ferry. The pier of Eminonu is out...More
The ropeway system takes about 15 minutes each way and gives a beautiful view of the Bosphorus, the tomb of the mosques all around.
The negative side of it is that the glasses of the gondola are not that clean, hence taking photographs from inside...More
We loved eyup alot can't wait to go back again. The food is super good so authentic and tasty. Cable cars are not to be missed you can get the best photos at the hill point. The best place to buy baklava is eyup and...More
We caught the ferry from Galata bridge, had a look at the mosque and then walked up to the lookout through the backstreets.
Great view from the top, down the golden horn to Istanbul and up to the north.
Had coffee at the cafe behind/above...More
We took the cable car up the hill and sat on top at a local coffeeshop. We had our breakfast there and enjoyed the views. On our way back we took the ferry boat and got off close to galata tower. Amazing views from the...More
Eyüp is located on one of the 7 hills of Istanbul, called Piere Lotti. It is very local area where you would have a chance to see how local people live. From Emınönü we took a bus 99A to get there, took off at the...More
If you ferry up the Golden Horn, this is where you will end. Several small, but nice mosques in town, in addition to the major Eyup mosque.
Also, hundreds of old, and not-so-old graves in the area. Interesting combination of Ottoman and modern Muslim gravestones....More