|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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Kadikoy (ancient and Byzantine Chalcedon) is a large, populous, and cosmopolitan district of Istanbul, Turkey on the Asian side of the Sea of Marmara, facing the historic city centre on the European side of the Bosphorus. Kadıköy it is also the name of the most prominent neighbourhood of the district, a residential and commercial area that, with its numerous bars, cinemas and bookshops, is the cultural centre of the Anatolian side. The major Haydarpaşa Terminal of the Turkish State Railways is located close to Kadıköy's center, serving east- and south-bound international, domestic and regional trains. Kadıköy does not have as much nightlife as Beyoğlu (where nightlife also continues much later into the night), nor does it have Nişantaşı's style of shopping or the Bosphorus for nightlife. Instead, it is often considered a cheaper alternative but may still be regarded as vibrant.
The lovely 1+1 apartment is located at the center of Kadikoy.
The apartment is fully furnished and equiped with: a bedroom and a small sofa group, small vertical jacuzzi, small and modernly designed bathroom, open american kitchen, kitchenware (dishes,pans, forks and knives...), washing machine, refrigerator and cooker, towels for two, lcd tv and air condition.
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We hope you have a pleasant stay!
The flat was very clean, well decorated & well-equipped. We had everything we needed for our 1 week stay. The flat was very close to the Kadikoy pier, which is the center of the Istanbul Asian side. There were lots of public transportation avenues and we took the short ferry rides across the bosphorus, for a little city cruise.