Arena Hotel welcomes you with style in this charming Ottoman Stone building dating back to the 19th century.
The owner converted the house she was born, into a hotel.
As a reflection of this bisexual culture, there is a big transvestite & transgender society in Istanbul and in other big cities of Turkey.
ithout a shadow of a doubt, Istanbul – like London, New York or Paris – is one of the world’s great cities.
Local police and the Federal Bureau of Investigations have been searching for Sarai Sierra, 33, who has been missing in Istanbul since Jan. Since I’ve been following the story, I have seen and heard many comments online following these news reports and in particular comments being made about Istanbul, Turks and Turkey. In fourth place, 6 million Americans traveled to the Caribbean. 6, 2012, article in the Hurriyet Daily News, 733,193 tourists from the U. visited Turkey in 2011 compared to 619,000 Americans in 2010. In the past few years, Turkey and Istanbul have been declared top travel destinations by travel experts such as Travel & Leisure, Lonely Planet and Trip Advisor.
Of course, this story is discussed quite differently among my expat friends and me here in Istanbul. Last month, CNN placed Istanbul on its Europe’s 10 Hottest Destinations for 2013.
In this culture the bisexual men would never consider themselves as gay - or even bisexual, and the gay-partners are mostly expected to be more feminine/queer.The upside of this is that there is less bustle and public transport a little-less crowded.This complex was build by the end of 19th century by the architect Vallaury thanks to great efforts of famous Turkish painter Osman Hamdi Bey.The cozy environment and the helpful staff guarantee a relaxing stay and will make you feel like at home.If you have not been to Istanbul before, it is recommended to start with understanding the special gay culture of this city.