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İstiklal Ave
İstanbul, Istanbul 34440

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"Like others have suggested for other cities, Istanbul too is very walkable - although hilly in Beyoğlu on the European side leading to the popular Istiklal Avenue."  See More

"Beyoğlu (European side) - is the "modern" side of Istanbul where you can walk among the locals as you explore Istiklal Avenue - the main "artery" (pedestrian street) of Beyoglu."  See More

"Rather than bottom of the list - the priority sites should be Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapı Sarayı, Spice Bazaar, Grand Bazaar, Chora Church, Galata Kulesi, Istiklal Avenue, Bosphorus Cruise and Asian side (Kadıköy/Moda Cd is best)."  See More

"Roam Istiklal Avenue and explore the shops and arcades on the side streets."  See More

"Istiklal Avenue is a great area for local shops and vendors, again, great place to emerge yourself in the local culture."  See More

"D&R is a big chain that you can find in malls (like Kanyon Shopping Center) or on İstiklal Ave."  See More

"There is a very good one half way down İstiklal Ave, I think it's called Robinson Crusoe 389 - massive selection, but not cheap."  See More

"You should go out around Beyoğlu area on İstiklal Ave."  See More

"You can find them around Beyoğlu on İstiklal Ave"  See More

"Day 3 - Dolmabahçe Palace up to Taksim Square down İstiklal Ave to Galata Tower."  See More

"Taksim Square and the backstreets off İstiklal Ave are a more casual affair with live music."  See More

"Places must be seen in Istanbul; Sultanahmet Square area, İstiklal Ave,Taksim Square, Galata Tower, Beşiktaş, Hagia Sophia,Topkapı Sarayı, Hippodrome Hotel, Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar, underground Basilica Cistern, Egyptian Market, etc."  See More

"Visit the Blue Mosque and museums of Hagia Sophia and Topkapı Sarayı, as well as Istanbul Hippodrome, the sunken palace of Basilica Cistern and the dazzling Grand Bazaar, Galata Tower, egyptian market, İstiklal Ave, Taksim Square, Dolmabahçe Palace( the last palace of Otomans) ."  See More

"Then you can walk through the İstiklal Ave."  See More

"Then I would take the tram and head to İstiklal Ave and just wander around and end the day with a drink at Leb-i Derya and follow it by dinner at Asmali Cavit."  See More

"Third suggestion is the Tomtom Suites Hotel, which is located very close to the İstiklal Ave, the location could be negative at night, just wanna let you know."  See More

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