Istanbul Airport Taksim Transfer

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Istanbul Airport Taksim Transfer

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Places to See in Taksim, The heart of Istanbul, the meeting place Beyoğlu and Taksim; culture, art, entertainment center, twenty four hour life point.
Everyone has a definition of his own for Beyoğlu. It is a different memory of everyone about Taksim Square. Beyoğlu, before you come to Istiklal Street, you're all crowded after the mind. From every place, from every neighborhood, a flock of people flock to Istiklal.
I think there are dozens of different people, workplaces and shopping centers in and around Beyoglu, the most cosmopolitan neighborhood of the world, not the most complex.
A mosaic of Turkey, Taksim Square, Istanbul continues to function as a meeting place for the ceremony as a protest areas and are used from time to time.

What's Included?

    One-way or two-way transfer by a private air-conditioned vehicle
    English- Arabic speaking representative at Istanbul New Airport
    Complete luggage handling

What's Not Included?
 Any extras (not mentioned in description)


Beyoglu - Taksim Places to visit,
The most active way of living day or night, Beyoğlu and Taksim Square have the busiest entertainment venues in Istanbul.

Taksim square

Taksim, Istanbul, the heart of Istanbul with its tram, monument, domed church, Hüseyin Ağa Mosque and Istiklal Avenue. The story of Taksim is quite interesting.

In order to meet the water demand of people living in the Bosphorus, a warehouse was built to distribute water to the surrounding districts. A small structure was built to disintegrate it, that is, to divide the water. Here is the name of the square Galata ”Beyoğlu water in that period was divided into“ that is distributed from Taksim name.

Taksim, before the square, formed by narrow streets, the old houses are listed as a neighborhood, after being turned into a star is shining and today's appearance is taking.

The Republic Monument and its surroundings in the middle of the square are used as the place where ceremonial ceremonies are held today. Taksim Square and Trafalgar Square for the British play the same role.

The monumental sculptures made by the Italian artist Pietro Canonica not only reveal the victory of the War of Independence, but also the foundation of the Republic. At the same time the challenge provides an incredible traffic port.

When you arrive in Taksim, one of the most important bus stops in Istanbul is located opposite the Marmara Hotel. On the north side of the square, we can say the street is the world's summary. On the other hand, many important streets are opened.

Sıraselviler Street which opens to Cihangir, Gümüşsuyu Street and İstiklal Street which is only open to pedestrian traffic. Access to all kinds of hotels, cafes, bars and restaurants is extremely easy. You can reach the sights within walking distance and take a nostalgic ride by tram. Gümüşsuyu Street brings you to the Bosphorus, Dolmabahçe.


Gümüşsuyu (İnönü) Street
The Idris Ağa Fountain on the road from Taksim to Dolmabahçe and the water from the water reservoir above the fountain to the fountain next to the Military Hospital.

In the course of time, ”gömüşsuyu“ was transformed into ”silver water Zaman. Gümüşsuyu is one of the most exclusive streets of Istanbul with its buildings and scenery. The part of the street connected to Taksim is known as Ayaspasa.
Talimhane
Talimhane is one of the most important centers of Beyoğlu in a very short time. The restoration of the street was rebuilt as the construction of the building was restored. Many shops, cafes and hotels were opened.

You can count at least thirty-five hotels from here, due to its proximity to Istiklal Street and Taksim, it is very advantageous for you to stay in the area. When you come down from Talimhane where there are many hotels, you arrive at Tarlabaşı.

”Tarlabaşı, Istanbul's hub“
Tarlabaşı Boulevard is on the south towards Haliç, parallel to İstiklal Street. On the Taksim side of Tarlabaşı, there are smaller old houses that resemble what you see in İstiklal Caddesi and Cihangir. When the Tarlabaşı Boulevard expanded in the 1980s, hundreds of historical houses disappeared.

There are many churches in the back streets of Tarlabaşı and Dolapdere. Unfortunately most of the special days are not closed and ritual outside. Some of them can only be seen on Sunday mornings.

Cihangir and Cukurcuma

The district, named after Cihangir the son of Suleiman the Magnificent, is one of Istanbul's favorite living areas due to its proximity to İstiklal Street.

Çukurcuma mosques with Cihangir and Firuzağa are just some of the districts where you can never forget. It is not known whether there is any other place that is preserved in such a central but also so much neighborhood specialties.

The most natural consequence of this is that the neighborhood chooses the cat as its icon. The district is one of the most characteristic examples of Greek architecture.

Do not be surprised to come across the children playing French games on the street while visiting Cihangir where there are a lot of foreigners settled in Istanbul. One of the busiest streets of Cihangir, Sıraselviler Street connects Taksim Square with Tophane.

When you walk a little towards the west from Firuz Aga Mosque, you will reach Çukurcuma. It is believed that the name was taken from Fatih Sultan Mehmed's first Friday prayers after the conquest.

It is known as the place where the best antique dealers are located. Ağa Hamamı, which you will see in Çukurcuma, which is still an enigma for many people, started to be built in 1562 in order to generate income for Fenerbahçe Lighthouse. Today, it serves tourists.

The best way to discover this place is to get lost in the narrow streets. Enjoy a different atmosphere from the modern rush of Istiklal Street within walking distance while wandering around the small local shops in Çukurcuma, where time stops for some.

Great Golden Horn View: Şişhane, Tepebaşı and Pera Museum
Şişhane is one of the most popular places in Beyoğlu. Şişhane and Tepebaşı, where the old buildings were restored and the residences left their offices to the offices or touristic enterprises, were filled with cemeteries until the end of the 19th century, and today they are delighted with the magnificent view of the Golden Horn.

Since the 1870s, Tepebaşı has been a preferred settlement for foreigners and Levantines. The re-fashioned district houses one of the best exhibition venues in Istanbul, the Pera Museum.

Pera Palas Hotel is just a few steps away with many celebrities and the honor of hosting Atatürk. Meşrutiyet Caddesi'un sorted 19th century buildings of the current task is to host some consulates.

Pera Museum, which is a magnificent building in Meşrutiyet Street, reflects the historical atmosphere of Tepebaşı very well. Pera Museum, which includes Osman Hamdi Bey's ve Turtle Trainer de in his collection, is one of the most important museums of the city providing culture and art services.

Pera was the name given to the area around Istiklal Street, where foreign diplomats once lived and traders of European origin known as the Levantine. The houses in the 19th century were built from stone materials to be durable. Thus, extremely dangerous fires that have become a part of everyday life have been prevented.

In addition to the private collection on the first floors, it provides space for both national and international exhibitions on the other three floors. One small suggestion: start the museum on the top floor. In the meantime, pay attention to the elevator that you use to go up. The doors often adorn the photographs of the details of the works exhibited at that moment.

What to do in Istiklal Street?

There are many art galleries that you can visit with varying exhibitions throughout Istiklal Street. You can follow the events to be able to follow what is happening. Istiklal Street, famous for shopping passages; Visit the Aznavur Passage, the Atlas Passage, the famous European Passage where you can buy souvenirs, and the Italian baroque architecture.

In the evening, you can walk in Asmalımescit and eat at one of the many historical places, visit the historical fish market and fish in Çiçek Pasajı.

Watching a movie in Atlas Sineması, which is considered as one of the historical cinemas of Istanbul, will add a nostalgic atmosphere. If you are interested in second hand books, you can look at the old bookstores, magazines and posters in the Aslıhan Passage.

If you like entertainment, you can visit the places where live music is made. Beyond all these activities, you can walk on Istiklal Street.

Things to Do in Istiklal Street
The most important and perhaps first condition of saying “I visited Istanbul” is walking on Istiklal Caddesi. Smelling the air of the street means that you have come to Istanbul if you have made progress by breaking the crowd coming upon you!


Passed the Galatasaray High School and you came to the consulates hosted by the 19th century buildings. Once upon a time you walk in the historic Pera called ’Grande Rue de Pera Bir.

It's hard, because every building in your building has history on every wall. Between them Many churches and beautiful buildings, including Anuan, will turn your head. There are so many things the street wants to tell you until Tünel Square at the end of the road.


French Street

The French Street behind the Galatasaray High School was known as Algeria Street until 2004. The street was decorated and painted in fuchsia. They made their name “French“ to welcome them. Algeria's maiden fortune continued here! As time passed, the mut Superficial French ına was replaced by a mixture of Turkish and international cuisine.
Galatasaray Square

You can see the statue of Şadi Çalık in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Republic in this small square where Yeni Çarşı Street cuts İstiklal Caddesi. At the corner, Yapı Kredi Nedim Tör Museum and Kazım Taşkent Art Gallery, just above the Yapı Kredi Bookstore, are hosting a wide range of exhibitions from history to art. Entrance is free.
Nevizade Street

Those who want to eat and drink even though the flower passage is still popular, they prefer Nevizade behind Fish Market. One of the most enjoyable nights of your trip to Beyoglu is guaranteed to live here. Come in a group and let the atmosphere surround you.
Mısır Apartmanı's Century Story

Egypt Apartment, Hovsep Aznavuryan in 1905 by the Egyptian Khedive Abbas Halim Pasha made for the winter house. Building When Abbas Halim Pasha died in the 1940s, he was sold to Hayri İpar, one of the sugar kings of the period by his heirs. The Egypt Apartment was the scene of a series of changes during the years when the İpar Family lived. The seventh, eighth floors were added to the building, the terraces were closed and used as an office.
Odakule

Odakule, which is not attractive at all, attracts attention with exhibitions in the art gallery on the ground floor. There is the Armenian Catholic Church of Surp Yerrortutyun in the adjacent Perukar Çıkmazı. When you pass to Tepebaşı from the passage next to Odakule, Pera Museum appears on the left arm.
Pera Museum
The oldest metro tunnel and its environs

The tunnel and its surroundings have been recalled thanks to the recent “historical discovery” trend in Istanbul. Not only did it be remembered, many buildings were restored and joined in our lives with new functions. It is possible to reach the “Tünel”, the second oldest subway in Europe and the first subway in Turkey, in the district where the quality restaurants of Istanbul are located.

The first part of Istiklal Street was popular on the side of Taksim Square, but later the demand changed and thanks to the new restaurants and venues opened almost every day, people discovered the south side of the street and recorded interest and enthusiasm in this direction.

To reach the tunnel, you have to walk along the street or take a tram from Istiklal Caddesi. The most enjoyable is to take the funicular side of the Karaköy tram stop and get off at Tünel square, the only stop of this old subway.

The tunnel, which was modernised in 2008, was constructed by Eugene Henri Gavand in France between 1871 and 1874 and was operated in 1875. Detailed information about the history of tunnel, the third oldest underground system in the world after London and New York is available in the newspaper which hangs at Karaköy stop.

Along the tram line at the end of Istiklal street, you will see a long chimney. From 1874 to 1970, this chimney was operated using generators that produced funicultural steam power.