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Ambarli Marina, Istanbul, Turkey
Ambarli Marina is located on the North shores of the sea of Marmara. Ambarli Port Complex is located 34 km away from Istanbul and is very close to TEM and E-5 highways . The boat owners who will moor here will have the opportunity to visit Istanbul, formerly Constantinople, ancient Byzantium is the biggest city and seaport of Turkey, that is within 30 minutes distance by car. Istanbul was formerly the capital of the Byzantine Empire, of the Ottoman Empire, and—until 1923—of the Turkish Republic. A distinguished heritage can be discovered here by those who are thirsty for knowledge and who like to be impressed by a different culture. This entire city is a metaphor, representing the perfect destination for those who are passionate about travelling. Some of the main landmarks here are the Maiden’s Tower, the Bosphorus Bridge, the Galata Tower, Basilica Cistern, Aya Sofya, Topkapi Palace, Ayasofya Hürrem Sultan Hamam, Blue Mosque, and many more..
Facilities of Ambarli Marina
Cancellation Policy of Ambarli Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Istanbul
The Province of Istanbul or Istanbul Ili is famous in the entire world for its richness and excellent touristic services, but also for its developed society. It is located in north-western side of Turkey, being bordered by Tekirdag, Kocaeli and the Marmara Sea. Istanbul is the only city in the world that spreads on two continents. The Asian and the European side of the city differ in many ways but they are both highly appreciated by the tourists who decide to visit this historical city each year. It is the largest city in the country and the economical, historical and cultural centre of the Turkish territory. The old is combined with the new, the West with the East and the modern with the ancient in Istanbul, offering its guests some of the most diverse experience in the world.
The history of today’s largest city in Turkey is long and filled with important events. The city was founded in 660 BC and it was known as Byzantium, but there is archaeological evidence... more info
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