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Trendy places Beyoglu Istanbul

During your visit of Istanbul, you must absolutely discover the Beyoglu in Istanbul to visit its monuments and other curiosities. The main monument to visit is certainly the Galata Tower which is erected in the middle of the shopping streets of the Galata district – Trendy places in Beyoglu Istanbul

From the Galata Tower, crawling through the alleys, you will come across Independence Avenue, “Istiklal Caddesi“, about two kilometers long, with daily traffic of over a million people.

You can go up this long pedestrian street (Istiklal street), on foot or by tram dating from the 19th century (currently under construction, reopening scheduled for early 2018). Shops, restaurants, lokanta (family restaurant), cafes, cinemas, fish market (balik pazari), Meyhane (mezze and raki tastings), exhibition rooms, art galleries, street entertainment (musicians, singers, dancers , good adventure, street art artists …) churches, embassies, famous school of Galatasaray (one of the Istanbul football teams) …. this street is a delight!

At the end of Istiklal Street in Beyoglu in Istanbul going up, you will discover the famous Taksim square where you will see the independence monument built in 1928 which commemorates the creation of the Republic of Turkey. Taksim Square has recently had a facelift, flowers, cobblestones, trees, new metro entrances … from this strategic Istanbul square you can take buses serving all areas of Istanbul, the metro, dolmus, taxis.

Nearby Beyoglu in Istanbul it is possible to discover the very cosmopolitan district of Cihangir (expatriates live there), the district of Tophane, less lively but offering many “hookah cafes”.

In Beyoglu in Istanbul near Tophane is the modern art museum (Istanbul Modern) which is worth the visit, by these exhibiting artists from around the world, its view of the Bosphorus, its permanent exhibitions, its library ceiling, its souvenir shop, its creative workshops for children at the entrance (collaboration with the Beaubourg center in France).

From the Tophane district, it is possible to walk ten minutes to the Karakoy district where there is a boat pier near the Galata bridge, for the direction of Kadikoy.

Beyoglu in Istanbul Karakoy has always been a Mecca for Istanbul trade. The major baklava brands in the country all have shops in Karakoy if you want to taste the best baklava in Turkey do not miss the visit of Karakoy.

Karakoy is also the workplace of many artisans and traders who have lived in this district for several centuries.

Today, Karakoy is transformed into a trendy district, new cafes open every month. In fact, the Wall Street Journal has elected Karakoy as the city’s hippest neighborhood.

If you walk north from Tophane about fifteen minutes still along the Bosphorus, you will arrive in the Kabatas district where the magnificent Dolmabahçe Palace is located.

Night out in Beyoglu – Clubs in Istiklal – Trendy places in Beyoglu Istanbul

Babylon

The Babylon, an essential concert hall in Istanbul. There is something for everyone in Babylon, from hip hop music to Roma tunes … A wide variety of artists, national and international, come here to play music.

Very rich in programming, everything sits in a room on two floors, stone walls. The price of the concerts varies according to the artists but not very expensive enough to ensure access to quality music for as many Istanbul people as possible.

Address: Le Babylon, Şehbender Sokak No: 3, Tünel-Asmalımescit- Beyoglu in Istanbul

Vida – Trendy Places Beyoglu Istanbul

VIDA is a must for lovers of alternative rock. Vida has established itself as a special place at Beyoglu in Istanbul with a breathtaking view of the Bosphorus and a terrace equipped with its own bar.

VIDA will surely please all clubbers who like to dance the whole night. VIDA opens at 5 p.m. and it’s also the perfect place for an early evening drink, contemplating the view of the Bosphorus.

Address: Vida Pera, Asmalımescit sehbender sokak no: 7.
Open from 5 p.m. to 4 a.m., Monday to Saturday.

Araf

Araf located on the fourth floor of a Beyoglu in Istanbul building, the Araf bar takes its name from the mythical region between heaven and hell.

Araf offers many concerts of traditional or more experimental music, and evenings of salsa, pop or hip hop music etc …

French song is part of his repertoire. It is a small wooden bar where all ages share the festive atmosphere. Entrance is free and prices are reasonable.

Address: Araf, Istiklal Caddesi, Balo Sokak, 32, kat. Open from 17 PM

Eating fish in front of the mosques

Beyoglu in Istanbul, near the Karakoy fish market, there is a small lawn square (next to the Galata bridge).

Several restaurants have been set up there, for the magical view of Constantinople (the old town). You will eat the fish from the morning peach, choosing for yourself what you want to put on your plate (shrimp, squid etc …). The prices are very reasonable.

Nardis Jazz Club – Trendy places Beyoglu Istanbul

In Beyoglu in Istanbul, at the foot of the Galata Tower, it is at the Nardis Jazz Club that international headliners and the best jazz musicians of Turkey mix.

A musical selection that gives pride of place to vocal jazz and surprising live performances. A surprising choice of quality wine. You can listen to music every day of the week.

Address: Le Nardis Jazz Club, Kuledibi sokak, numéro 14, Galata

Bes Kat restaurant in Cihangir – Trendy places Beyoglu Istanbul

Cihangir is known for its trendy restaurants. But if you only have to choose one, it’s the Bes Kat restaurant. It offers a very rich cuisine, a mixture of Turkish, European and Asian influences. Bes Kat is renowned for its refined dishes and its splendid view of the Bosphorus.

The prices are high, but they remain affordable for a restaurant of this quality. An inevitable place to stay while in Istanbul.
Address: Beş Kat, Soğancı Sokak No: 7 Kat 5 Cihangir.

Beyoglu in Istanbul is the essential place for visits, amusements, the meeting of youth, Istanbul nights, one cannot escape a getaway in this district, it is a recommended crossing point for who comes to Istanbul.

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