Property for sale in Beyoğlu

The Fascinating District;

Beyoglu Introducing Istanbul, it comes to Beyoglu District and its surrounding which can be said to be the central of this huge city. We all know this area as ‘Beyoglu District’ nowadays but it was named ‘Pera’ in the past. Beyoglu is the borough that makes İstanbul what it is. Its historic monuments, characteristic savors, and pace as intense as its joys present a summary of İstanbul to its visitors. It has various places to visit from palaces to mosques, passages to mansions, cultural and art facilities ranging from museums to galleries, cinemas to theaters, and stores and shops. Everyone can find something from themselves in there, it doesn’t matter your religion, race, language, age or etc. Beyoglu is the heart of culture and arts, galleries, museums, show and performance centers and cultural facilities. It’s impossible to finish visiting Beyoglu in one day; like it’s a day out. Tens of enchanting historical places and monuments bearing witness to the past are within easy reach. You can easily visit Galata Tower, Pera Palace, historic passages, churches and mosques.

Must Visits
Koc Contemporary Art Museum: Architects of the project, Grimshaw Architects proposed an interesting piece of architecture to fit in the context of the rich ottoman architectural tradition of Istanbul. The creation of Koc Contemporary will result in a landmark building entirely derived from its context with the mosaic tiled forms of traditional Ottoman architecture providing the inspiration for the design’s materials concept. It brings together modernism and ottoman culture.
Istanbul Modern Art Gallery: Istanbul Modern, Turkey’s first museum of modern and contemporary art. The museum’s located in a historical building in Beyoglu, houses collection and temporary exhibition halls, photography gallery, educational and social programs, library, cinema, cafe, and store.
Pera Museum: Pera Museum collaborates annually with national and international institutions of art and education to hold exhibitions that support young artists. All of the Museum’s exhibitions are accompanied by books, catalogues, audio-visual events in addition to learning programs. Pera Museum also hosts special shows that directly correlate with the temporary exhibitions’ themes. Pera Museum has evolved to become a leading and distinguished cultural center in one of the liveliest quarters of İstanbul.
Miniaturk : You can explore the European side of Istanbul on this 3-hour tour, and see the Golden Horn, Eyup Sultan Mosque, Miniaturk model park and take a breath at Pierre Loti Cafe. Enjoy stunning views of the Golden Horn and then finish your tour admiring miniature model replicas of Turkey’s famous buildings at Miniaturk.
Ataturk Library: Atatürk Library gets attention with 500.000 books capacity, tome and restoration atelier, physical archive, conference room, exhibition hall and other cultural activities. Church of St. Mary Draperis: Saint Mary Draperis is a Roman Catholic Church in Istanbul, important for historical reasons. Established in 1584, the church is one of the most ancient Roman Catholic parishes of Istanbul. Galata Tower: Built in 500 A.D., Galata Tower is one of the dominating landmarks of Istanbul. It was used as a watchtower to help defend the city. Once you are around it, you simply cannot miss it. It is a medieval structure erected hundreds of years ago. Also, it’s made of stone all along. The Galata Tower is located close to the main junction of Bosphorus and the Golden Horn. When you get in the area, an open view will make the tower quite visible. The ideal place to have a panoramic view of Istanbul’s peninsula, as well as the surroundings.

Stores, fashion centers and shopping malls offering the world famous brands are within easy access in Beyoglu. Especially Demiroren Shopping Mall which is located in the center of Istiklal Street, Taksim. City’s Nisantasi, Zorlu Center, Cevahir, Trump, Istinye Park, Kanyon and Metrocity, considered the most prominent shopping malls in Istanbul, are within easy reach. Also you can find various shopping bazaars, flea markets and second-hand booksellers in Beyoglu.

NightLife/Turkish Tavernas
Cafeterias, historic restaurants and many other entertainment facilities are at your doorstep to let you enjoy night life to the hilt. Most popular entertainment facilities of Istanbul including Cicek Pasaji, Nevizade, Cezayir Street, Asmali Mescit, Nisantasi and Karakoy are only one step away from you. The popularity of those places come from their Famous Turkish Tavernas. It’s impossible to be impressed by fresh appetizers, fish menu, Turkish classical music bands of those Tavernas.

Living in Beyoglu
Beyoglu presents living, investment and transportation opportunities as good as itself to those who want to enjoy Istanbul’s soul right in the heart of Istanbul, on the Taksim to Beyoglu area, and is now the favorite of investors.

Resident of Beyoglu
Local people of Beyoglu, are extremely multicultural and sincere based on Beyoglu’s own harmony. With its intellectuality, it is the district where Turkish artists and venerable people reside for years. Doesn’t matter your religion, race, language or age, residents of beyoglu embrace you and under the favour of Beyoglu people, you can liberally live your religion and culture.

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