Our flat is cosy, comfortable and central... It is located in the heart of bohemian Cihangir which hosts plenty of cafes, art galeries, vintage stores... The location is just behind the center of Cihangir, the Firuaga square, in a small & silent street .
The flat is perfect for 2 persons with 1 bedroom, living room, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom. The living room has a couch which can bu used as a bed for 2 person. So the total capacity of hosting is 4 people.
The style of the flat is modern and recently renovated. It is at the 4th floor with lots of light in it from both 2 faces of the building.
WiFİ is free and unlimited. TV is mainly for our guest to enjoy our DVD collection. Washing machine, dish washer, hair dryer, iron & heating is available.
The location is very central, 5 mins walk to the Galatasaray, Taksim squares. Specifically to Taksim which is the transportation hub for whole Istanbul where you can get to Metro & busses and airport shuttle. Bosphorus (Tophane) where you can walk in 5 minutes, is also a good spot for getting around, you can get a tram or bus to the historical part of the city. And only with a 5 minutes walk, you are at Beyoglu area which is the core of the night life of Istanbul.
Looking forward to meet you!
My name in Dogan, originally from Cyprus living in Istanbul. I'm a computer engineer and what I really enjoy in life is travelling. South America, Australia and East Asia are the places that I haven't been :) Out of all of the places, I think I like the best Agean, Greek islands, excluding Santorini & Mikonos :)
For more than 5 years I was an active member in Hospitality Club & Couch Surfing... I've had more than 200 guests from different continents & cultures, had some great friendships which are still active... In case you are a member of one of these sites and want to check my profile, my nick name is "zuco" :)
At last, my place is available for hosting... Since I've had more than 5 years of hosting experience by Hospitality Club & Couch Surfing sites, I think that I know what are the key things to be careful about :) Respect, I believe is the key word...
Looking forward to meet you! :)