Jaelynn. Age: 20.
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Paislee. Age: 22.
Turkey opens 'World's widest' suspension bridge linking Asia to Europe
The Istanbul nostalgic tramways are two heritage tramlines in the city of IstanbulTurkey. T2 linethe other on the Asian side T3 line, aka. Istanbulthe former capital of Turkey, once had a large tramway network on both the Asian and European sides.
Aisha. Age: 20.
Istanbul is the only city in the world to be built on two continents. The strange doubts are condensed in the question that sometimes comes to us via e-mail and to which we hope to answer once and for all: No, you do not need a passport to go to the Asian side of Istanbul…. Few minutes later some even get back on the same ferry to return to Sultanahmet, sadly bewildered and disappointed. The reality of Istanbul is very complex; we will never be tired of reminding it.
By Susanne Fowler. But just across the Bosporus lies the less-harried Asian side, a greener, cleaner and often more conservative swath of the city that offers its own multicultural mix of Ottoman palaces, artsy hotels, tasty cuisine and hipster night life. Here, at the gateway to Anatolia, hilly pine-forest trails in former fishing villages offer opportunities to burn off the baklava, while shady tea gardens abound for those who prefer relaxing with a water view. Wealthy Turks live in villas to the north, while miles to the south, party-friendly Kadikoy is bursting with vegetable and fish markets and bookstores, and is home to a street devoted to bars.