Hotels in Istanbul experienced the biggest decline in both revenue per available room (RevPAR) and average daily rate (ADR), a measure of the average rate paid for rooms sold, among all European destinations in January, as the city’s hotel occupancy rates continued to decline, fresh data showed.
Propaganda in Istanbul
Pictures of those killed during the July coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on display at the Yenikapi metro station in Istanbul
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The Foreign Minister of Turkey Mevlut Cavusoglu speaks during a visit of the booth of Turkey at the tourism fair ITB in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, …
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How to Drink Like an Ottoman in Istanbul
Tea is the lifeblood of Istanbul. Whether riding a ferry across the Bosphorus, enjoying a leisurely breakfast with friends, or sitting down to do business,
Residents of Turkey’s biggest city, Istanbul, suffer some of the worst hearing loss in the world due to excessive amounts of noise, according to data from the Worldwide Hearing Index, which was prepared for the World Hearing Day on March 3
The 2017 Istanbul Biennial, organized by the artist team of Michael Elmgreen and Ingar Dragset, will collaborate with this year’s Istanbul Film Festiva
Almost 4 percent of Istanbul’s population is made up of Syrian refugees, according to a new report
Palestinians from 50 countries gather in Istanbul to discuss forming new political entity to represent their views.
The scenic Bosphorus strait flows through the heart of Istanbul, connecting Asia and Europe. Geographically, politically and historically significant, .
Hotels in Istanbul experienced the biggest decline in both revenue per available room (RevPAR) and average daily rate (ADR), a measure of the
A long-awaited restoration in the world’s oldest covered bazaar, Istanbul’s historic Grand Bazaar, has begun with efforts to replace the tiles in the commercial and tourist venue.
Movie review: Feel-good doc ‘Kedi’ reveals Istanbul through the eyes of cats … Cats have been in Istanbul since before the ancient city was called that, …
The Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (İBB) has approved a change in its zoning plan for the city’s historical peninsula, despite objection from its local urban planning office, which claimed the new regulation would lead to “irreversible” outcomes.
Having transformed Istanbul into a ‘city brand’, Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IMM) has signed a cooperation agreement for a smart city
Three new artificial islands will be built off Istanbul’s suburban Pendik district, with a total surface area of 603,500 square meters, according to a project drafted by the Istanbul Municipality.
Turkey’s Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication Minister Ahmet Arslan has announced that a new train line between Istanbul and Bulgaria’s capital Sofia will start its journeys on Feb. 20, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
Danish artist Salim Assi works on a live art installation at the Palestinians Abroad conference in Turkey. After initially writing “Palestine in the eyes of
On Feb 17, International Cat Day, Istanbul’s Kağıthane Municipality opened a ‘Cat Campus’ for the protection of disabled and stray cats. The campus provides two big cat houses with 16 rooms each, as well as food and water facilities.
The construction of a mosque that is set to be built in Istanbul’s Taksim Square began on Feb. 17 with an official ceremony attended by the city’s mayor, Kadir Topbaş.
The street cats of Istanbul are a plentiful and distinctive feature of the city, adopting entire restaurants or neighborhoods (and the humans therein) as …
Feb 24 Highlights of the day for U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration on Friday: MILITARY BUILDUP Trump says he will make a massive
On a beautiful spring day, I’ve stepped into my first Shangri-La palace, in Istanbul. Because I am obsessed with huge, white spaces, the elegant
Two strategic waterways, the Bosporus and the Dardanelles, have for centuries limited Russia’s access to the sea. Istanbul sits at the southern end of
A conference aimed at rounding up the support of the Palestinian diaspora for issues of statehood, right of return and the status of Jerusalem
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