Though the Bosphorus physically separates Europe and Asia, its shoreline and scenery draw both tourists and residents together spiritually. It offers Istanbul a reason to come together and a path forward. This is best demonstrated at the $1.7 billion Galataport, a three-quarters-mile-long, subterranean cruise terminal, retail center, pedestrian promenade, and art museum situated along the strait.
The Peninsula serves as a center. The 177-room hotel, which opened in February 2022, immediately attracts attention. It is made up of three iconic buildings from 1910, 1912 and 1937, as well as an extension. It is characterized by its excellent amenities, walkable location and prompt service.
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