Went to the Galati Altin Balik and had an average meal. We were the only Europeans there and all the Turks got free fruit and we got nothing. Had to wait an eternity for service and we were overcharged for drinks. Do not go, there...More
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We stumbled upon the pier as we were walking and exploring. We noticed a lot of people and food stands etc so we stopped down to check it out. My husband loves fish, not me so much. You could smell the stinky fish all over...More
A must do to sit under the moonlight and having a fish cuisine with a glass of raki and enjoy the breeze of the sea .
A very refreshing view in the morning. You will see people standing with their fishing rods to catch fishes and relax. People reach their before sunrise to welcome the day. So if you have limited time while travelling then you can just have a glance...More
While most Istanbul tourists spend the majority of their time in the Sultanahmet district, you really need to cross over the Galata bridge for more sightseeing and experiences. You can take a ferry, tram, or simply walk across. The lower level of the bridge is...More
Spanning the Golden Horn, the Galata Bridge is a happening place. Really two levels....below are eateries and above room for traffic and tram and walkers....and lots and lots of fishermen, and a few sardines!!!! Watch the boat traffic, the ferries, the cruise boats....watch out for...More
Being in Istanbul from June 30th to July 5th, after visiting the Galata tower, for sure you have to visit the Galata Bridge. It was filled with restaurants specialized to sea foods, but what I heard was different; a boat which cooked the fish with...More
Beware of fraud restaurants that have 2-3 menues depend on how much they want to charge you. They may show you one kind of fish and give you another type.