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Apartments for rent in İstanbul

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  2. Asmalı Mescit
NEW! Charming 1br APT mins away from Istiklal Str

Newly renovated, chic home is located in a historic apartment building that's just a few steps away from famous Istiklal Street, old fish and vegetable market and Nevizade bar street. You will find restaurants, eateries, cafes, bars/pubs and clubs the moment you step out. If you are a person who likes to have it all at your doorstep - this place is for you! Istiklal Street - 1 min by walk Taksim Square (metro) - 10 min by walk Historic Tram - 1 min by walk Galata Tower - 15 min by walk

$36 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Beyoğlu
11. Luxury private suite at the city center/Taksim

{ More Quality of Living } Welcome to our "brand new" cozy hotel apartment. Living in a central but a In the heart of the Turkish capital, But quiet safe neighborhood in Taksim that will satisfy even the most discerning. Living at our hotel apartment will offer a cosmopolitan lifestyle like no other. Location: Easy access to Istiklal Street and Taksim Square by walk / Central in the amazing city of Istanbul / Safe neighborhood / Near to all means of transport

$10 per night
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  2. Tomtom
Studio flat w/ Terrace near to Galata Tower

Studio apartment near to Galata tower and Karaköy Tram Station. There is NO ELEVATOR in the apartment. It is not suitable for older people and the ones who has a health issue with climbing stairs. Apartment has one double and one sofa bed. Washing machine, Refrigerator, high speed free wi-fi, microvawe and TV is available in the apartment. There is magnificent terrace at the top floor of building that has city and sea view.(Terrace is common use with other four apartments not private.)

$51 per night

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Mısır Çarşısı115 locals recommend
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Basilica Cistern127 locals recommend
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Sultanahmet Square57 locals recommend
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Maiden's Tower115 locals recommend
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Dolmabahçe Palace196 locals recommend
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Golden Horn13 locals recommend

Holiday apartment to rent in İstanbul

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  2. Cihangir
Taksim, Cihangir, well located studio, 1st FL #8
$34 per night
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  2. Fulya
In City Center But In Peaceful Street 1+1 in Fulya
$77 per night
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  2. Caferağa
Room with Balcony in The Center of Kadikoy Moda
$22 per night
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  2. Tomtom
Private room in shared flat-for ONLY female guests
$13 per night
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Cihangir
Taila Apartments No 304
$25 per night
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  2. Beyoğlu
Apartment in Beyoglu with kitchnette - 3
$36 per night
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  2. Gümüssuyu
Amazing Flat in Istanbul
$19 per night
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  2. Asmalı Mescit
SAPPHIRE, BEYOGLU PERA, GOLDEN HORN
$30 per night
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  2. Üsküdar
Great apartment with panoramic view
$48 per night
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  2. Beyoğlu
Apartment with Jacuzzi
$35 per night
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  2. Caferağa
1+1 sweet&cozy flat in Kadikoy with balcony.
$53 per night
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  2. Beyoğlu
Nice Studio at city center in Karakoy, Beyoglu
$48 per night

Houses for rent in İstanbul

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  2. Şişli
Close to Taksim Nishantasi Besiktas
$53 per night
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  2. Balat
Detached Ethnic House W/Terrace (Just for Adults)
$32 per night
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  2. Meşrutıyet
Sisli, Nisantasi, Private Home 2+1, City Center
$39 per night
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  2. Tomtom
Mirror of the Crimean Church Loft
$121 per night
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  2. Meşrutıyet
Fully Furnished Luxury House in City Centre
$47 per night
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  2. Sultanahmet
Cozy flat on an Old City neighbourhood street
$36 per night
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  2. Fatih
Studio House in Golden Horn
$27 per night
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  2. Rasimpaşa
Your Home in Kadikoy
$14 per night
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  2. Fatih
Sea View Studio House in Golden Horn
$39 per night
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  1. Private room
  2. Fatih
Central Red Single Room in Old City - 1st Floor
$22 per night
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  2. Balat
Authentic 120 y/o Studio Flat with Bathtub
$26 per night
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  2. Tomtom
Galata Home
$57 per night

Holiday house to rent in İstanbul

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  2. Küçük Ayasofya
HAGIA SOPHIA SUİTES 6
$23 per night
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  2. Fatih
Budget Cozy Single Room in Old City - 3rd Floor
$22 per night
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  2. Hacımimi
Spacious 1B Apartment in our Arts project Building
$62 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Beyoğlu
Fresh Room 5 Min To Taksim Square
$19 per night
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  2. Cihangir
Detached & Cozy 1 BR House in Heart Of the City
$53 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Vişnezade
Spacious and cozy room in the center of Istanbul
$15 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Balat
Old City Center, Free Wi-fi, Next to Bus/Ferry
$17 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Firuzaga
Room with Balcony in Authentic Apartment
$25 per night
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  2. Cihangir
The OnnO's room in Cihangir
$25 per night
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  2. Beyoğlu
Historical Flat since 1872 & A.C. @Galata
$63 per night
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  2. Osmanağa
Cosy Residence in Kadikoy
$25 per night
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  2. Balat
Rooftop Suite w/ terrace in 120 y/o Wooden Mansion
$28 per night

Your guide to İstanbul

Welcome to Istanbul

Istanbul’s long history as a trading post and melting pot has made it one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. At first glance, the evidence appears in the architecture of Neoclassical mansions, Romanesque apartments, Byzantine churches, and of course its iconic Ottoman mosques.

In the neighborhood of Sultanahmet, 1,000-year-old buildings and underground cisterns are a testament to the city’s enduring legacy. Throughout Istanbul you’ll find tributes to the past and an eye toward the future. Beyoğlu’s tangled alleys smell of fresh-brewed Turkish coffee, and trendy neighborhoods like Nişantaşı and Kadıköy boast a bounty of modern galleries and cafes. Yet in nearly every corner of this sprawling megalopolis, you’ll find hospitality as welcoming as in a small town, and people eager to share their stories over a cup of Turkish tea.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in İstanbul?

Though Istanbul can be visited year-round thanks to its temperate climate, there are some factors to consider when booking an apartment for rent. Summer is when the city is at its most alive and charismatic, but it’s also when the humidity hits its peak. July and August are the hottest months, making sightseeing most ideal in the mornings and late afternoons. The warm weather also makes for pleasant outdoor evenings. Spring is popular for its more temperate weather. In April, the city’s parks burst to life with colorful tulips, Turkey’s national flower, peaking at the annual Istanbul Tulip Festival. The fall sees a host of art and music events like the Istanbul Jazz Festival and the Istanbul Biennial, which always draw a chic international crowd. Winter brings cold, wet air with lots of rain and occasional snow flurries. However, temperatures rarely drop below freezing.


What are the top things to do in İstanbul?

Hagia Sophia

One of the most enduring symbols of Istanbul is the Hagia Sophia, a massive building that has seen many incarnations. Byzantine Emperor Justinian consecrated it as a church in 537; a thousand years later it was converted into a mosque, then declared a museum by President Atatürk in 1935. In 2020, it was converted back into a mosque. Today it’s free and open to all visitors, and revered for its stunning mosaics.

Basilica Cistern

This underground cistern is almost 1,500 years old and remains Istanbul’s largest Byzantine cistern. The cavernous space harks back to another time and dimension. A wooden platform stretches out over water teeming with carp; walk among its 336 marble columns, which were salvaged from old temples.

Princes Islands

One of Istanbul’s lesser-known features resides on the Sea of Marmara’s horizon, where an archipelago of nine islands makes an ideal day trip from the cacophony of the city. The islands are all car-free and lined with walking trails that wind through pine forests and lead to panoramic vistas and scenic coves.

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