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This pier area corresponds to Eminonu Pier at the other end of the Galata Bridge. I think the Eminonu side has more restaurants if you count both sides of the bridge but you need to do a lot of walking to view them all whereas...More
We did our own Bosphorus cruise by getting the regular ferry across to Karakoy. In our case the was the point and at 5TL each way was a real bargain. We wandered around Karakoy people watching which was very pleasant.
We used the ferry from...More
It’s a very short boat ride from Kadikoy, lovely to do on a sunny day .Only 5tl one way on the public boat . There are great views of Istanbul from the boat .Once there it’s a pleasant walk around the many little shops ,...More
Karaköy is one of the ferry ports located next to Galata Bridge. I personally prefer this one to Eminönü as there are less crowds, many restaurants and cafes are located around and it is closer to the path that goes up to Taksim. In December...More
Karaköy Iskelesi is not beautiful, nevertheless I have given it five stars because it is a central site in Istanbul. With a boat from here you can get far, e.g. to the Asian districts of Istanbul. In so far it is very important.
This pier is a good place to take a walk in the morning or in the evening. There is a cafe near here and you can spend some time looking the ferry going to and fro on the sea. The view of the old city...More
We found that using the ferry system to get around Istanbul meant that you enjoyed the views and also avoided the nightmare traffic around many areas. We highly recommend crossing to the Asian side, and we thought Kadikoy was great (2 adults and 2 teens)....More
I like to come here to take photos in the morning. When the weather is fine, you can see the beautiful shape of mosques and hills. A hidden spot to take photos! There are cafe and restaurants around this area, too. And one step into...More