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Disneyland and water Parks of Istanbul

Going to Istanbul with a baby, is to ask in advance than it can to entertain, except for the animation at the hotel pool and walk on the ferry on the Bosphorus. In fact, the choice of “children’s” area is quite large, but in the first place is to visit local water parks or entertainment center Disneyland.

Disneyland in Istanbul − the realm of fairy tales for children and adults

Until recently, the most popular place among tourists visiting Istanbul with children, was the Park “Tatilya” – he was considered one of the world’s largest indoor entertainment centers. It vacationers are accustomed to call the Turkish Disneyland.

Buying one ticket which costs 20 euros, a few hours to wander through this tale – enjoy a colorful show, ride a variety of rides to battle in a computer game. To eat at the Park to leave no reason – several local restaurants are ready to offer the most extensive menu at a price of 3 euros.

But now “Tatilya” reports the palm to his successor – “Istanbul Vialand”. This is a real Disneyland in Istanbul . 26-th in a row version of the American city entertainment, which opens its doors to adults and children. Began his Straits Eyup in 2011, and the first tourists he would take the 23 April 2013, children’s Day, which in Turkey is considered a very important occasion. Continue reading

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