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city relaunch explore template v0.1
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Beyoğlu
GALATA | TOPHANE | KARAKÖY | İSTİKLAL & AROUND | ÇUKURCUMA | CİHANGİR | GALATA | TOPHANE | ÇUKURÇUMA |
CİHANGİR
Neighbourhood Top Five
1 Visiting cultural centres
such as İstanbul Modern
(p116), SALT Beyoğlu
(p120), ARTER (p120) and
SALT Galata (p117) to see
why international artists,
collectors and critics think
that İstanbul has one of the
world’s most exciting visualart scenes.
2 Sampling the sights,
smells and flavours in the
historic Balık Pazarı (p120).
3 Seeing dervishes whirl
in a 15th-century semahane
(whirling-dervish hall)
at the Galata Mevlevi
Museum (p118).
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For more detail of this area, see Map p236 and p240 A
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Lonely Planet’s
Top Tip
The neighbourhoods within
Beyoğlu all have distinct and
fascinating characters. Be
sure to veer off İstiklal Caddesi and explore districts
such as Cihangir, Çukurcuma, Asmalımescit and
Galata.
Best Places
5 to Eat
¨¨ Asmalı Cavit (p126)
¨¨ Karaköy Güllüoğlu (p124)
¨¨ Lokanta Maya (p124)
¨¨ Meze by Lemon Tree
(p126)
¨¨ Zübeyir Ocakbaşı (p127)
Be yoğlu 
For reviews, see p124 A
Best Places to
6 Drink
¨¨ Tophane Nargile Cafes
(p131)
¨¨ Mikla (p132)
¨¨ 360 (p132)
¨¨ Baylo (p132)
¨¨ 5 Kat (p134)
For reviews, see p131 A
Places to
3 Best
Party
¨¨ Babylon (p135)
¨¨ MiniMüzikHol (p134)
¨¨ Dogzstar (p133)
¨¨ Indigo (p133)
¨¨ Kiki (p134)
For reviews, see p133 A
Explore: Beyoğlu
If you have the time, it makes sense to spread your exploration of this neighbourhood over two days. The first
day could be spent in Galata, Tophane and Tünel, visiting sights such as the İstanbul Modern and wandering
around the fascinating streets. The second day could be
spent walking from Taksim Meydanı (Taksim Square)
along İstiklal Caddesi, veering off into the districts of
Cihangir, Çukurcuma, Asmalımescit and Tepebaşı.
If you only have one day, start in Taksim Meydanı and
work your way down İstiklal, exploring the Balık Pazarı,
heading into Tepebaşı to visit the Pera Müzesi and then
backtracking to İstiklal Caddesi to start our walking tour.
Even if you are staying in another neighbourhood, it
makes sense to follow the lead of locals and head here
every night for dinner, bar-hopping and clubbing.
Local Life
¨¨Streetside cafes Take a break and enjoy a glass of
tea at old-fashioned outdoor cafes such as Hazzo Pulo
Çay Bahçesi (p132) off İstiklal Caddesi, Kardeşler Cafe
in Cihangir and Cafe Gündoğdu in the square below
Galata Tower.
¨¨Football & nargile If you’re in town when a Süper
Lig or UEFA match is being played, head to one of the
Tophane Nargile Cafes to drink tea, smoke a nargile
(water pipe) and join the fans in making your team
allegiances clear.
¨¨Tea by the Bosphorus To enjoy a million-dollar
view with a cheap glass of tea, try the ramshackle çay
bahçesis at the edge of the Bosphorus opposite the
Fındıklı tram stop. There’s even a kids’ playground
nearby to make toddlers happy.
Getting There & Away
¨¨Tram A tram runs between Bağcılar in the city’s west
and Kabataş near Taksim Meydanı in Beyoğlu, stopping
at Sultanahmet, Eminönü and Karaköy en route.
¨¨Funicular It’s a steep uphill walk from all tram stops
to İstiklal, so most commuters use the funiculars that
link Karaköy with Tünel Meydanı and Kabataş with
Taksim Meydanı.
¨¨Metro A modern metro system travels between
Şişhane (near Tünel Meydanı) and Taksim, where
commuters can transfer to the funicular or to another
metro heading to Nişantaşı and the ritzy residential
and commercial suburbs to its north.
¨¨Bus Buses to every part of the city leave from the
chaotic bus station at Taksim Meydanı.

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