Lost in Istanbul – The Travel Guide

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Say ‘hello’ to Lost in Istanbul. Lost In Magazine (formerly known as 38HOURS magazine) works closely with local bloggers, journalists and photographers from the featured cities.

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Say ‘hello’ to Lost in Istanbul. A cinema in a former shoe factory, a private Hammam, Anatolian rock and roll, a summer mansion turned art gallery, cocktails on the Bosphorus and gourmet Turkish street food… Get lost in Istanbul, the city of opposites.

Lost In Magazine features 68 technicolour pages filled with tips on: Eating, Drinking, Shopping, Partying, Outdoor activities and wellness. Includes 5 long-form interviews with celebrated locals on their relationship with Istanbul and their absolute favourite spots, a selection of the hottest places to visit in two of the city’s most charismatic neighbourhoods and a selection of our top picks for the entire city.

Lost In Magazine (formerly known as 38HOURS magazine) works closely with local bloggers, journalists and photographers from the featured cities. The interviews, in-depth stories and photographic showcase present the city from a locals perspective. Lost In Magazine is about the value and worth of the experience. It is about the smell, taste, feel, sound and sight that such experiences conjure up. This guide will serve to hone sensitivities and improve the level of engagement with this emerging city. Joseph Djenandji and Philipp Majcher founded 38HOURS Magazine in 2013 (which became Lost In Magazine in 2016). Through prior experience building Groupon’s travel channel in Europe, a great passion for travelling and frustration with the lack of innovation in online travel companies led them to build Lost In Magazine. The Lost In city guides are curated by locals.

Content

An in-depth story on an unknown aspect of life in Istanbul
A photo showcase of social and political shifts by Ekin Özbiçer
An original piece of fiction by emerging writer Engin Türkgeldi
Recommended books, films & music to get you in the Istanbul state of mind

Details

68 pages, 21 x 16 cm

Say ‘hello’ to Lost in Istanbul. A cinema in a former shoe factory, a private Hammam, Anatolian rock and roll, a summer mansion turned art gallery, cocktails on the Bosphorus and gourmet Turkish street food… Get lost in Istanbul, the city of opposites.

Lost In Magazine features 68 technicolour pages filled with tips on: Eating, Drinking, Shopping, Partying, Outdoor activities and wellness. Includes 5 long-form interviews with celebrated locals on their relationship with Istanbul and their absolute favourite spots, a selection of the hottest places to visit in two of the city’s most charismatic neighbourhoods and a selection of our top picks for the entire city.

Lost In Magazine (formerly known as 38HOURS magazine) works closely with local bloggers, journalists and photographers from the featured cities. The interviews, in-depth stories and photographic showcase present the city from a locals perspective. Lost In Magazine is about the value and worth of the experience. It is about the smell, taste, feel, sound and sight that such experiences conjure up. This guide will serve to hone sensitivities and improve the level of engagement with this emerging city. Joseph Djenandji and Philipp Majcher founded 38HOURS Magazine in 2013 (which became Lost In Magazine in 2016). Through prior experience building Groupon’s travel channel in Europe, a great passion for travelling and frustration with the lack of innovation in online travel companies led them to build Lost In Magazine. The Lost In city guides are curated by locals.

Content

An in-depth story on an unknown aspect of life in Istanbul
A photo showcase of social and political shifts by Ekin Özbiçer
An original piece of fiction by emerging writer Engin Türkgeldi
Recommended books, films & music to get you in the Istanbul state of mind

Details

68 pages, 21 x 16 cm

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