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Kadikoy - Istanbul, Turkey
28 May — 29 May2
Kadikoy - Istanbul, Turkey
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Cheapest month:March
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Kadikoy:£77/night
Cheapest price found:£11/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
£57 - £94
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£47 - £94
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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About Kadikoy, Asian Side

Kadıköy is one of the main suburbs on the “Asian” side of Istanbul, Turkey. It’s lively and eclectic atmosphere that attracts young and old to this area of the city. With multiple shopping facilities, charming café bars, traditional markets and relaxing riverside walks, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Kadıköy.

Visitors arriving in Kadıköy by ferry boat can enjoy a beverage in one of the charming waterfront cafes. The views of Istanbul and over the River Bosphorus are like a beautiful landscape painting. Alternatively, venture into the suburb itself to Kadıköy Bazaar, sprinkled with stalls filled with clothing and local produce. It’s the ideal place from which to purchase picnic items or a souvenir. For a more refined shopping experience, Bahariye Street has famous brand names and the largest food market in the area which can be found next to Osman Ağa Mosque. Serasker Street offers the opportunity to buy handmade jewellery, glass works, original art and ceramics. Süreyya Opera House is nearby for those wishing to wish to indulge in traditional Turkish musical culture or see a live performance during their trip. Moda is a beautiful neighbourhood in Kadıköy and is known to be one of the wealthiest and most distinguished areas in Istanbul. Moda has some of the best water sports facilities in Istanbul and is known for the Moda Sea Baths and Sea Club. Boats bob up and down on the glistening water, and there are delightful harbourside cafés and restaurants in abundance. Visit Moda Tea Garden or enjoy brunch in this area before taking a stroll along the waterfront to capture some of the best photographs of Istanbul.

Reaching Kadıköyfrom the European side of Istanbul is not difficult. Regular ferries operate from Eminönü, Beşiktaş and Kabataş. From the main attractions of Sultanahmet, take the tram to Eminönü, and from here visitors can access the ferry to Kadıköy. From Taksim, join the ferry at Beşiktaş or Kabataş and Princes’ Islands can also be accessed by ferry from Kadıköy. The metro bus operates from Taksim, and the dolmus bus runs until late evening. Taxis are readily available to transport visitors across the bridge at any time of day or night.

Kadıköy is one of the older settlements on the Asian side of the city. Ancient artefacts discovered date back as far as 5500-3500 BC. The suburb has much to offer visitors, with exceptional shopping, traditional markets, cinemas, opera houses, museums and spectacular river views.

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Kadıköy is one of the main suburbs on the “Asian” side of Istanbul, Turkey. It’s lively and eclectic atmosphere that attracts young and old to this area of the city. With multiple shopping facilities, charming café bars, traditional markets and relaxing riverside walks, there is something for everyone to enjoy in Kadıköy.

Visitors arriving in Kadıköy by ferry boat can enjoy a beverage in one of the charming waterfront cafes. The views of Istanbul and over the River Bosphorus are like a beautiful landscape painting. Alternatively, venture into the suburb itself to Kadıköy Bazaar, sprinkled with stalls filled with clothing and local produce. It’s the ideal place from which to purchase picnic items or a souvenir. For a more refined shopping experience, Bahariye Street has famous brand names and the largest food market in the area which can be found next to Osman Ağa Mosque. Serasker Street offers the opportunity to buy handmade jewellery, glass works, original art and ceramics. Süreyya Opera House is nearby for those wishing to wish to indulge in traditional Turkish musical culture or see a live performance during their trip. Moda is a beautiful neighbourhood in Kadıköy and is known to be one of the wealthiest and most distinguished areas in Istanbul. Moda has some of the best water sports facilities in Istanbul and is known for the Moda Sea Baths and Sea Club. Boats bob up and down on the glistening water, and there are delightful harbourside cafés and restaurants in abundance. Visit Moda Tea Garden or enjoy brunch in this area before taking a stroll along the waterfront to capture some of the best photographs of Istanbul.

Reaching Kadıköyfrom the European side of Istanbul is not difficult. Regular ferries operate from Eminönü, Beşiktaş and Kabataş. From the main attractions of Sultanahmet, take the tram to Eminönü, and from here visitors can access the ferry to Kadıköy. From Taksim, join the ferry at Beşiktaş or Kabataş and Princes’ Islands can also be accessed by ferry from Kadıköy. The metro bus operates from Taksim, and the dolmus bus runs until late evening. Taxis are readily available to transport visitors across the bridge at any time of day or night.

Kadıköy is one of the older settlements on the Asian side of the city. Ancient artefacts discovered date back as far as 5500-3500 BC. The suburb has much to offer visitors, with exceptional shopping, traditional markets, cinemas, opera houses, museums and spectacular river views.

  • What are the best hotels in Kadikoy?

    Hilton Istanbul Kozyatagi (7.8/10 from 1,094 reviews), Byotell Hotel Istanbul (7.9/10 from 871 reviews), and DoubleTree by Hilton Istanbul - Moda (7.9/10 from 2,177 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Kadikoy.

  • What is a good hotel near Taksim Square?

    Intercontinental Istanbul, An IHG Hotel is a hotel near Taksim Square that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.5 across 3,595 reviews.

  • What is a good hotel in Kadikoy near Taksim?

    For a good hotel near to Taksim, consider Intercontinental Istanbul, An IHG Hotel - it is rated 8.5/10 from 3,595 HotelsCombined reviews.

  • Is there a good hotel near Sultanahmet Meydani?

    Close to Sultanahmet Meydani you will find Sura Hagia Sophia Hotel, which has a rating of 8.1 over 1,899 HotelsCombined reviews.