Olivium Outlet Center
Olivium Outlet Center
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Fatemeh A
Tehran, Iran38 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2012 • Family
In Olivium you can find many brand cloths with reasonable prices. However, most of them are last year's fashion. Olivium is far from the center of the town, so if your plan is short, I don't suggest you to go there, because it takes at least half a day. You can buy from Istiklal street or Cavahir Mall which are closer and the same quality, but maybe more expensive.
If you planned to go to Olivium, don't hesitate to shop from the Carrefour. You can buy many Turkish chocolates (Especially as souvenirs) and the prices are good.
Besides, Simply take a look at shops around the outlet; you may find good things there.

I have heard that in Tuesdays, the prices are lower than other week days, but I haven't been there in Tuesday to confirm this claim.

I went there by bus; it was easy and cheep, however it took almost 1.5 hour to reach there from Taksim. Just simply take the buses to Zeytinburnu (93T) from Taksim Square and ask someone, maybe the driver, to get out of the bus in the right place. But remember that most of Turkish people cannot speak English, just say Olivium. They will help you.
Written January 31, 2013
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Mohammadreza G
4 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
If u are in taksim area or nearby places never go olivium by bus.take m2 metroline (green) and get the last station yenikapi. Then follow marmara direction and take suburban to get its last station "kazlicesme".leave the station and walk 200 or 300 meters to olivium.dont forget that the center opens its door at 10 A.M befor this time ur not allowed to go inside .
Written November 4, 2014
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Azadeh2000
Toronto, Canada80 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2014 • Family
Olivium is small mall. But the prices are much better than the other shopping malls. there is a big outlet on Tuesdays and all the prices will be half.

there is a food court in upper floor. Also there is carrefour in the ground floor.
We went there by tram and get out in zeitunburnu station. there are many minibuses (dolmus) there which take you to olivium for 1.75 turkish lira.
Written March 15, 2014
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Mehran M
Tehran, Iran48 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
The mall is big enough to spend a full day for shopping.
Since the mall is an outlet, you can find products with lower prices than the other malls.

There is a Korkmaz in the basement floor, where I baught several steel dishes with a fair price (30TL for a pan and 40TL for a pot after discount). There is a Tefal branch too. You can also find textiles, bedsheets, blankets, towel, etc. with really good prices in the basement floor.

If you are going to buy clothes, I recommend to visit these shops:
* LC WAIKIKI which always has nearly any clothes you want with low prices. I baught 700TL overall there, you can find a t-shirt for only 10TL, pants for 30TL, socks for 2TL, underwears for 3TL, etc. there. You can see so many products in this branch which I didn't find them in the other branches like Istiklal st. or Kadikoy, etc.
* SARAR is a famous Turkish brand of dress. I baught a black suit for 408TL and with a really nice material (100% wool). Of course it was in Indrim (discount), if not I had to buy it above 1000TL. Strongly recommended if you want to buy a coat or jacket. There is also a pirre cardin in Olivium, but not worthy to visit till SARAR is availble!
* Nike has the best offering of shoes among the shops of Istanbul! We were 4 persons and baught 10 pairs of shoes from Nike Outlet in Olivium! You can find shoes there for 70TL to 250TL. However, you can buy the same shoes (not literally the same but similar) for a minimum price of 200TL around the other malls like Cevahir.
* I also recommend to visit Adidas and Puma which have high quality shoes with price of 100 to 300TL.
* MANGO outlet had also nice products as well as mavi, KOTON and DeFacto. If you are crazy about brands, you can visit Levis and Polo too.

And finally for food, there are lots of choices you can have, Pizza Hut, McDonald's, Burger King and KFC are recommended if you are going to experience a nice fast-food.
Written August 8, 2015
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Uttam G
42 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2018 • Couples
This CENTRE is not worth a visit. It is quite far from Istanbul centre. Traveling by taxi will cost over R 120.00 depending on your locality. Is is difficult by bus and train which both take over an hour to get there and then you will find that only a few international brand stores with outdated goods. We could not find the Mango store.
There are many local brands that do not appeal very much. The upper level is filled with food stores selling very similar lines.Olivium is a local Mall and not an outlet CENTRE that you see in other countries. There are far better shopping malls in and around Istanbul.
Written May 3, 2018
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shirin_shahab
Kish Island, Iran43 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018
it very good to find the products which is from the previuse sesone at these mall so you can find the cheaper thing at this mall , and the nearest metro station to it is zeytonburo and by just 5min walking you can get to it.
Written October 20, 2018
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hamed s
Shiraz, Iran8 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Couples
Hi
It’s the 10th time I’m visiting Istanbul,nice and warm city with very dangerous taxi drivers,just don’t trust them.i think they play with the taximeter at the time of driving so cheating you 3 or 4 times more
Just take care
Written November 6, 2018
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Nassim A
19 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Friends
Lots of people complained about this shopping center, but I'm telling you: don't trust them.
They said it's really hard to get to this place from Taksim square. But with some help, it's actually really easy.
You just need to get on the tram (the Zeitinburnu line) get off the tram at the station named Akşemsettin. You will see a street full of different shops especially ones selling children's clothes. Continue down this street. Cross one intersection, continue down the road, and then you can see this outlet mall downhill.
It's a bit tricky the first time, but you will see that it actually isn't that hard.
The mall itself is a nice place. You can find nice clothes here. The prices aren't bad. Schedule your trip so that you can go to this place on Tuesday. Because they usually have especial offers on Tuesdays.
The food court is nice. There are some international fast food brands like Mcdonnalds, Burger King and kfc. There are also some Turkish brands selling kebabs and traditional Turkish food. Of course their food is usually too greasy and maybe not apt for your western taste.
There's an exchange office (doviz) in the mall, so you won't have trouble changing your money. Also, some of the stores such as Adidas, koton or lcwaikiki accept American dollars.
You can spend a nice time in here. You can do some shopping, buy souvenirs to bring home for your loved ones and buy yourself some nice clothes, too. There is even a stand where you can buy Turkish soaps and bath supplies. And another one selling delicious Turkish delight.
Written July 2, 2016
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Ali_R36510
Greater Newcastle, Australia61 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
I heard about this outlet mall and I decided to visit, first of all my hotel was in taksim square area and I decided to ise metro to get there and cosequently I had spent about an hour on metro to got there. After that I faced with a mall with many stores which present not last season but I don't know when cloth which mostly wasn't impressive at all. The mall mainly consists of local brands and international brands didn't had anything to offer. Finally In my opinion you better shop in sale season in ordinary malls rather than waste your time in outlet malls in istanbul
Written March 3, 2015
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Sadra S
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mall is very good and its so far from taksim square and the the address on the map its not true and the correct address is 8 km away from there
Written August 5, 2014
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