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Anadolu Citadel, Istanbul
(4.3/5 based on 15 reviews on the web)
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  • Specifically to visit the fortress bought a large tour of the Bosphorus. and while most tourists in the restaurant prohlazhdalas', climbed the Hill. Lifting pretty heavy you want comfortable shoes. At the December wind was very comfortable. Stunning, so much fun that I almost missed your ferry. And here is the State of the fortress itself depressing could spend money lightly on the restoration. Inside are not allowed (and correctly, even zashibet stone), and did not look at that.
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  • A wonderful journey through the Bosporus entails Anadolu Kavagi parked in and you have a choice: settle in at one of the many restaurants and eat without hurrying up the freshest fish or climb the Hill to the fortress, and then eat the fish. Sincerely advise very elderly and not in the heat of the sport we choose the first option, but if you want beautiful species-will yours.
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  • It can be summarized in that, because when we got the fortress itself was closed, I don't know if because it belongs to a military area, or because they were with some kind of reconstruction process. But the view is incredible, well worth the climb
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