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Yedikule Marina, Istanbul, Turkey
The Yedikule Marina is a part of the city of Istanbul, where the urban agglomeration is overwhelming, the historical sites are plenty and the atmosphere is frenetic. Yedikule Marina is well organized and welcomes the boat owners throughout the year. This part of the city is quite busy, so the travellers who want to make a stop here should expect to have an active journey. The main attraction here is the Yedikule Fortress (in Turkish Yedikule Hisarı, in Greek , Heptapyrgion; meaning Fortress of the Seven Towers) that is located in the Yedikule neighbourhood of Fatih in Istanbul. It was built in 1458 by adding three new towers to a section of the Walls of Constantinople which included the Golden Gate.The ruins of this ancient castle are still powerful and show off the architectural style. Those who want to visit this objective should reserve one or two hours from their time in order to see all of the significant places.
Facilities of Yedikule Marina
Cancellation Policy of Yedikule 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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