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Very nice street with wide sidewalks and many shops on both sides. It is best to visit in late afternoon in summertime (as shops and cafes will be more active then)
It also has a very nice and organized park next to it. You can...More
This is a quality location with everything and where the people are cosmopolitan and polite. You will not see the Headscarf brigade that you see in many parts of Istanbul today when frequenting Bagdat Caddesi.............
There are plenty of shops and arcades along with pubs,...More
If we should name one street to be the Champs-Elysees of Istanbul that is the street, reaching from Kadıköy borders until Bostancı. Full of restaurants, cafes and fancy shops. If you are planning to do shopiing in Istanbul that is the place to go rather...More
We really enjoyed the street: beautiful, full of people, nice stores and restaurants...but we lost the relation with Istanbul: while in the Asian part of the city you cannot recognize the place you are, because sometimes you think you are somewhere in Buenos Aires or...More
the place is very hard to find if you put it on the map and everyone u ask doesnt even know what we r talkin about, its a very long street full of designer shops and amazing outdoor restaurants but unfortunately we got to see...More
Bagdat Street is a charming area of Istanbul if you like shopping/walking/cute cafes. It is far if you are staying on the European side but definitely an area of the Asian side to explore if you have some time.
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Now if you like to take the ferry across the Bosphorus and then go through Kadikoy it would be really nice side view for you but if you like to use road get a cap from the top of the Taksim hill where they cue or mini-yellow... More
Now if you like to take the ferry across the Bosphorus and then go through Kadikoy it would be really nice side view for you but if you like to use road get a cap from the top of the Taksim hill where they cue or mini-yellow busses usually go to Baghdad street.
I would go with the ferry.