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The Princess Islands are a combination of nine islands off the Asian coast of Istanbul, in the Sea of Marmara. Regular or fast passenger ferries operate to the four of these islands from different parts of the city; from Bostanci, Kadikoy and Kartal neighborhoods on the Asian side, from Sirkeci and…
The beautiful Princes Islands are just a small ferry ride away from the city, but transport you to a different car free world. The best way to escape the Istanbul crowds recharge and breath some fresh air! My favorite islands to visit are Kinaliada and Burgazada, the smallest and least touristic…
The islands neighbouring Istanbul each have different level of access to the nature, but motor vehicles are not allowed, you reach there after a 1,5 hour ferry journey from Beşiktaş (timetable provided in the flat), so you are really getting away from the city. I am not fond of the horse carriages…
It is a must see... Take a boat trip to islands and get around those islands by walking or cycling as motor vehicles are not allowed on those islands.
The Princes Islands are easily reached by ~1 hour ferry. The are 4 islands with residential populations. Private cars are banned on the islands, so you can get around by hired bicycle, horse and cart, or simply walking. The easiest way to leave behind the noise and bustle of Istanbul.
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