Kadikoy, Bostanci & Uskudar
Kadikoy Bostanci Uskudar – Istanbul is a matchless city on earth with its unique characteristic of setting the two continents apart.
The Bosporus which passes right through the middle of the city also borders the continents of Asia and Europe from each other. Asian side incorporating the eastern part of the city is a region which embraces many surprises worth seeing although they are out of the travelers’ routes.
Asian side, which is called as Anatolian side as well, offers more peaceful life to its residents when compared to the other side of the city. Less cosmopolite nature and more established neighborhoods constitute the major reason of preference to reside here together with a greener and better constructed areas than the European side.
Kadikoy is the major district of the Anatolian side. Megarians, were Kadikoy’s first settlers and BC 675 is accepted as its establishment date according to the Greek sources. Some i historical sources claim Phoenicians were the first settlers who called the area as Chalcedony.
Kadikoy Bostanci Uskudar – Restaurants with marvelous scene of islands present one of the most beautiful the city panorama to its visitors while the chic stores located side by side provide the latest trends along one of the most popular avenue that lies to Bostanci in parallel to the Marmara Sea. The recreational sites located along the coastline which passes through Maltepe and Kartal districts and ends at Pendik are the meeting points for those at all ages.
The Baghdad Avenue among the most popular avenues of the city presents the famous brands of fashion within the limits of Kadikoy. Touring along this avenue could be joyful and tipsy for those who are willing to see the latest trends and their live applications. There are lots of alternatives for a pleasant break on that avenue where you can find elegant restaurants and cafes.