À propos de ce logement
This is a central and silent area in the historical Pera region of Beyoglu, close to a market and a hamam. There is a sunny and private terrace that can be used in favorable weather conditions. This room has all the amenities that one can need.
The location is unique, regarding closeness to the historical Pera region of Beyoglu, in combination with a silent street and solitude.
Accès des voyageurs
There is a sunny and private terrace that can be used in favorable weather conditions.
There is a nearby supermarket in the Omer Hayyam avenue. Also there is a nice hamam in Cukurcama, the Aga Hamam. The closest hospital is the St. George Hospital.
Yes, the house is very close to all public transport systems, including the Taxim metro line.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
I'm interested in meeting people from different cultures, hearing their stories, and learning about new viewpoints.
I like music, films, books, languages, cooking, photography, dreams, natural things, diving, skiing and cross-country walking.
I have traveled to England, France, Greece, Iran, Italy, the United States and Germany. In addition to spending 4 years of my childhood mainly in England, and then Germany, I have had much experience hosting people (apart from airbnb) from all over the world in recent years. I have good communication skills and I know very well how to help people be comfortable in a foreign land, and ensure all their needs are taken care of.
I like sharing what I have and learning new things. My visitors can freely enjoy the extensive book (English), film and music (both Turkish and world) collections. Thanks to contributions from many visitors in the last years, the music archive is now very diverse and rich. The book collection is mainly focused on novels, politics, science-fiction, fantasy, philosophy and crime.
I rent the whole flat to visitors, but if they want I will be glad to spend some time with them and also introduce them to Turkish cuisine, as well as some dishes from the Middle East and East Europe.