Hudavendigar Street is located in the old city of Istanbul, in the Hojpaşa district. The Galata Bridge over the Golden Horn Bay separating the old city from the new city, the Hagia Sophia and Topkapi Palace in the historical district, are all within walking distance of each other. Along the busy street where the Tramvay (Tram) passes by, there are many hotels and restaurants, making it an area for tourists to stay.
Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey, is located where Asia and Europe face each other on the Bosphorus Strait. Due to its geographical importance, the city has developed as the capital of the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman empires. The city is lined with historical buildings reflecting the culture and religion of each era, and is enveloped in a unique atmosphere. From the magnificent mosques to the labyrinthine bazaars, from traditional hammams to a wide variety of culinary delights, you will never run out of things to do during your stay.