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Holiday Inn Istanbul - Kadikoy

Things to Do in Istanbul

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Explore Istanbul

Baris Manco House

Yusuf Kamil Pasa Sokak No 5 Moda, Kadikoy, Istanbul,

The most famous house in Moda is certainly the one that Baris Manco, worldwide known Turkish rock singer, used to live before passing away in 1999. The house was turned into a museum by his wife to cherish his memory.

Sureyya Opera House

Caferaga Mah. Bahariye Caddesi No 29, Kadikoy, Istanbul, 34710

There is a nice and old building over Kadikoy's most famous street Bahariye Street. It starts from the famous bull monument at Altiyol square. After a short walk starting from the sculpture, you'll see the most beautiful opera house of Istanbul.

Historical Haydarpasa Train Station

TCDD Liman Isletmesi Mudurlugu, Haydarpasa, Istanbul,

Turkey's largest and most magnificent railway station,It was built in the early 20th century by the German architects Otto Ritter and Helmuth Cuno. A monument to the close Turkish - German relations of the time, the station is in neo-renaissance style.

KidZania Istanbul

Akasya AVM, Acibadem, Istanbul,

KidZania provides children and their parents a safe, unique, and very realistic educational environment that allows kids between the ages of four to twelve to do what comes naturally to them: role-playing by mimicking traditionally adult activities.

Istanbul Toy Museum

Omer Pasa Caddesi Dr. Zeki Zeren Sokak, No 15 Goztepe Kadikoy, Istanbul,

Istanbul Toy Museum was founded by poet/author Sunay Akin on 23 April 2005. The museum which houses the most favourite examples of toy history, spanning from 1700’s to today is located in a historical mansion.

Historical Moda Dock

Moda Iskele Caddesi, Moda, Istanbul,

The historical wooden structure is both an inner line quay and a popular cafe-restaurant for inhabitants of Istanbul.

The Princes' Islands

Buyukada, Istanbul,

The Princes’ Islands are a cluster of 9 islands southeast of Istanbul in the Sea of Marmara. Mainly car-free, the islands are known for their horse-drawn carriages (phaetons). At the highest point of Buyukada, the largest island, the 6th-century Hagia Yorgi Church has panoramic views. Between 08.00 - 21.00 (please ask for updated schedule) you may take the frequent ferries from either Kadikoy or Bostanci Ferry Docks and enjoy the ferry trip!

Maiden's Tower

Kiz Kulesi, Salacak Mevki Uskudar, Istanbul,

The Maiden's Tower, also known as Leander's Tower since the medieval Byzantine period, is a tower lying on a small islet located at the southern entrance of the Bosphorus strait 200 m from the coast of Uskudar.

Sultanahmet District

Sultanahmet, Istanbul,

Buy IstanbulCard for public transportation. Get on the Marmaray train at Sogutlucesme Station -750m walk to the hotel- and 3 stops later get off the train at Sirkeci Station. Most famous buildings of the city are in Sultanahmet, the center of old Istanbul. Once a church, then a mosque, and now a museum, the Hagia Sophia displays Byzantine mosaics. Six minarets mark the Blue Mosque, while walkways wind underground at the Basilica Cistern, which once supplied water to lavish Topkapi Palace nearby.

Gazhane Museum

Kadikoy, Hasanpasa Mahallesi Uhuvvet Street, Istanbul, 34722

Hasanpasa Gazhanesi, one of the important examples of the Ottoman industrial heritage, was opened in 1891 to meet the gas needs of the Anatolian Side. In 1993, when natural gas started to be used in Istanbul, it ceased production and was left idle. The historical buildings, which have been restored in accordance with their originality, were opened as a museum on Friday, July 9, 2021.

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