Orient House İstanbul
The modern city of Istanbul, once the heart of Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, is a fascinating blend of East and West. The graceful minarets and domes of the Blue Mosque, Saint Sophia, Topkapi Palace and mystical Grand Bazaar are some of the landmarks which have attracted travelers and trade for centuries.
And The Orient House is one of these wonders. The construction date of cellar is not known. However, according to estimations by the historian’s, it was built towards the end of the Ottoman Empire (tulip period). This location was used as a theater in the early years of twentieth century. It was restored several times at different dates.
Situated right next to the Grand Bazaar, and only 5 minutes away from various world wide famous historical spots like a Topkapi Palace, Basilica Cistern, St Sophia Museum, and Blue Mosque. The Grand Bazaar and historical sights such as the Blue Mosque, the Hippodrome, St Sophia Topkapi Palace and the Underground Cistern are within walking distance.
The dinner and orient show of the Orient House is now on the bosphorus. Orient Bosphorus is a sophisticated choice for an unforgettable entertainment in Istanbul.