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Parques y naturaleza en Estambul

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Café
“The Maçka Democracy Park is located in Şişli, on the Maçka Valley, and covers an area of 156,671 square meters. The first reference to a park in the valley dates from the 19th century, when the area along the stream, that runs through the valley, was used as a recreation spot.”
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“A beautiful park with fresh air and peace hidden in the city's crowd, also has a symbolic stand worth hearing.”
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“A summer garden of Sultans. It has two small Palaces which were used as summer houses by the Ottoman Sultans, a small lake, cafes, restaurants and lots of trees, birds and squirells. ”
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“Maçka park's is the most popular spot for locals. And so close to Nisantası and Besiktas. Good idea for a silent, sunny days.”
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National Park
“Gülhane Park was once the outer garden of Topkapı Palace, accessible only to the royal court. These days crowds of locals come here to picnic under the many trees, promenade past the formally planted flowerbeds, and enjoy wonderful views of the Bosphorus, Sea of Marmara and Princes' Islands from the Set Üstü Çay Bahçesi on the park's northeastern edge. The park is especially lovely during the İstanbul Tulip Festival, when tulips are arranged to resemble nazar boncuk 'evil eye' charms. Green-fingered beautification has brought improvements to walkways and amenities, and the park has seen the opening of the İstanbul Museum of the History of Science & Technology in Islam. Next to the southern entrance is the Alay Köşkü (Parade Kiosk), now open to the public as the Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar Literature Museum Library. Across the street and 100m downhill from the park's main gate is an outrageously curvaceous rococo gate leading into the precincts of what was once the grand vizierate, or Ottoman prime ministry, known in the West as the Sublime Porte thanks to this flamboyant entrance. Today the buildings beyond the gate hold various offices of the İstanbul provincial government (the Vilayeti).”
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Jardín
“Situated in the Sariyer, district of Istanbul, Emirgan Park covers the area of 47.2 hectare which is surrogated high walls. Previously named as ‘’Feridun Gardens,’’ that area was called Emirgan Park anymore. Because the park was given by Ottoman Emperor Murat IV as a present to Persian Emir Gune Han (Ameer Gune Khan) in 17th century. Then it was presented by Ottoman Sultan Abdulaziz to Khedive of Egypt Ismail Pasha in 19th century. As it is seen that for centuries, it has passed into other people’s hands. Once you step into that magnificent park, you feel yourself in metaphysical world due to breathtaking scenery combining with the seaside; don’t be shocked if you encounter a friendly siquirrel with a nut in its hands. They climb the trees and play with the visitors. Today, it is possible to find quiet places, to watch its charming landscape towards Bosphorus, to lie down and take a sunbath and to read a book on the grass within the park. Also sometimes people can have a picnic here; you should take a sandwich and a cup tea when you come to the fascinating park. If you want to run, you can do it by watching the sea and by listening the voices of the chirpy birds. Except for those features, there are located three excellent Pavilions; they are Yellow, Pink and White Pavilions.”
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Parque
“Gülhane Park (Turkish: Gülhane Parkı, "Rosehouse Park"; from Persian: گلخانه Gulkhāna, "house of flowers") is a historical urban park in the Eminönü district of Istanbul, Turkey; it is located adjacen”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“I think Istanbul is a very green city. Here is a big forest in Istanbul with some cafes inside, walking paths, a dam and some places to make picnic. ”
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Parques infantiles

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“Bebek is a historic Istanbul neighbourhood that falls within the boundaries and administration of the Beşiktaş district. It is located on the European shores of the Bosphorus and is surrounded by simi”
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“For playing tennis, basketball and for running its the best. Also you can chat on the grass.”
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“Göztepe park is the best and the ideal place to socialize with folk. İts in Bağdat street area. İts in asian part of the İstanbul.”
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“One of the nicest parks in town. You must take the ferry from Kabataş to go to the otherside of the city and take a walk around Kadıköy and Moda Park. You'll love it.”
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“If you're up to a long walk along the Bosphorus or you want to run on a sunday morning, one of the favourite places. You can start the tour in Ortakoy. I do so.”
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“Grab some snacks or a grocery-store dinner and a bottle of wine and hang out where everyone gathers on the weekends. ”
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“Must see, lovely park by the shore with lots of green and a long coast-line where you can hike and picnic, or sip some turkish coffee at the seaside cafes.”
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Playas

Beach
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Surf Spot
Beach
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Lighthouse
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Otros lugares al aire libre
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Puerto / Marina

Senderos

Bike Trail
“This is the main ferry station that connects the European side to the Asian side the famous Princess' Islands”
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“For sport lovers! You can participate other runners, volleyball and football players. Or you can just walk near the sea or just get relax in the cafes or take a beer.”
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Carretera
“Nice atmosphere outside and inside the cafe. Tried salad there and it was good enough.”
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Parque
“This little park is a lovely place to stroll by the water. The Kasımpaşa Sosyal Tesisleri is a great place to eat whilst you are there or you can rent a little boat from here for a non-touristic private tour on the Bosphorus. A ferry boat can take you across to the other shore so you can explore Balat and beyond”
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Sendero
“One of the common supermarket in Turkey with good quality products with cheaper prices.”
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