Dou you know Kadıkoy Istanbul Turkey? I think, If you want to come this city definitely you should know. Because, Kadıkoy is one of the most beautiful parts of teh city. Especially, you ‘re a student of Marmara University or Kadıkoy Anadolu Lisesi. This part of Istanbul near the Sea. You can see the Bosphorus from Kadikoy and you can walk trough to coast easily in this part of the city. And I’m sure you’re wondering Kadikoy ferry and their hours. Actually it is right question for this part of the city. Because you can a ticket and make a Bosphorus cruise.. and then just you can watch fascinating view of sea and beauty of nature. You can find regularly ferryboats tur for this. For example, Şehir hatları, Dentur Avrasya and Turyol.
Note: And some of the tur company are belong the government and the others are personal company. If you use the government section, you can watch whole Bosphorus just with 4 TL.
Kadikoy Ferry Hours
When you come to city must to see part of Istanbul is Kadikoy. You can find so many restaurant -especially famous Turkish sofra restaurant, Istanbul grill restaurant- and you can find market in Moda part of Kadıkoy. Turkey has so many beautiful things, you can sure and again this part of the city is definitey one of them. Because, there are so many things for what to do or eat and entertainment..
When you walk on the streets of Kadikoy likely you can see so many student, because there are schools in district and students don’t want to miss beauty of this district. Because of this the students usally walk around and travel to other part of city. Actually, When you came to Istanbul, I think, you should talk with them. Maybe they can say to you secrects of this district that even we don’t know. Even they can be an amazing guide for you.
Kadikoy have so many things, you can sure that. But market of Kadikoy ditrict… So many people are wonderin that. This part of Kadikoy like we have already told you you can find famos retaurant of Istanbul. This district is definitely good place go to for lunch, drink or dinner. It have so many good cafes, especially for youth people. And you can find more places for drink, because Kadikoy is less religious than other part of the city. And you can find fresh fish, vegatables, fruit in Kadikoy market area.
Kadikoy Restaurants and Cafe
We have already told you; you can find so many famous Istanbul restaurants and cafe in this part of the city and for you, we want to make a list of restaurants and cefes. Even, you can find place for eating and drink.
Phone: 0216 4185115
Address: Caferağa Mahallesi, Güneşlibahçe Sokak, No 43/A, Kadıköy, İstanbul
Phone: 0216 3304587
Address: Caferağa Mahallesi, Bahariye Caddesi, Sakızgülü Sokak, No 24, Kadıköy, İstanbul
The is a metro system in Kadikoy. Name of this metro station is M4 Metro line. It goes from the Kadikoy to Kartal and it has connection with the Marmaray subway system. If you want you can change you route and can go different point of Istanbul when you’re in half of your route. And important point is there is airport tranportation from the Kadikoy to Sabiha Gokçen Airport. (Link ver. ) İt is on side of the sea you will see right next to ferry docks.
Kadikoy Istanbul Turkey
In ancient times this was known as Chalcedon, but no traces have been found. In early Christian times there were some monasteries and churches, and this was site of the council of Chalcedon. Very few of the 19th century wooden villas have survived. Haydarpaşa Railway Station stands oppisite the Kadikoy ferry terminal. On another hill, behind the commercial harbour, is Selimiye Barracks. Kadikoy today has modern buildings, parks, gardens and beutiful scenery.
Around 1000 BC, a village was established by the Phoenicians in this area; this later was to became a Greek colony. The residental areas of this town extended to Moda. At this time, the name of the city was changed from Charcedeon to Chalcedeon.
Money was coined in the name of the city of Chalcedon, but it became a less popular place to live in the 7th century BC because of the quickly growing Greek town on teh oppisite side. This city was Byzantion, which would become Constantinople or New Rome 1000 years later. According to the historian Herodot, the Oracle of Delphi called Chalcedon “the Land of the Blind,” referring the people living on the shore oppisite Byzantion, as the position on the Historic Peninsula was so much more advantageous.
An important event in the history of Christianity took place in this area. It was the Ecumenical Council of Chalcedon in 451 AD, which made the decision to establish a patriarchate in Constantinople. The area was attecked by armies from the Umayyad, Abbasid and Sassanid empires. It was captured by the Turks in 1080. The invaders under the command of Kutalmışoğlu Süleyman Bey, who made the city of İznik thier capital, added this area to the land of the Seljuk dynasty. Eventually, in the 14th century, Chalcedon met it ne owners, the Ottoman Empire. The glory of the Ottomans during the reign of Orhan Gazi in 1331 against the Byzantine Emperor transformed Chalcedon into Ottoman territory. Afterwards, some followers of Geyikli Baba in Bursa, Gözcü Baba in Göztepe, Eren Baba in Erenköy, Kartal Baba in Kartal, and Sarı Gazi in Sarıgazi moved the Kadikoy and settled here and started to conquer the hearts of the locals. The current name of Kadikoy was adopted after this conquest. After the conquest of Canstantinople, Sultan Mehmed II appointed Hızır Bey Çelebi as the qadi (judge) of Istanbul and assigned him to this area and the surrounding areas. This was when the district began to be called “Kadı Köyü” (Village of the Judge). Later the name of the city became Kadikoy. In the 19th century, there was an increase in the density of the city’s population and this region became a comapolitan city. The main turning point for Kadikoy started in the middle of the 19th century. From this period, ferry transportation started between Eminönü and Kadikoy. The opening of the Haydarpaşa- İzmit railway was another important development.
In the Vicinity of Kadikoy
Haydarpaşa Train Station, This main terminal railway station was built in 1906 during the reign of Abdulhamid II by the architects Otto Ritter and Helmut Conu. Its construction took two years to complete. The Haydarpaşa terminal marked the beginnig of the historical Hejaz Railway.
Marmara University, Two monumental structures cath our attention on the sea shore that connects Kadikoy to Usküdar when loking from Eminönü. One of these is Süleymaniye barracks and the second is Marmara University Medical School.
Fenerbahce, it is a name of the some kind of district in Kadikoy. But it is so famous area, because its futbol club. Name of this Futbol Club is also Fenarbahce.
One of the mos pleasent characteristics of Kadikoy its long coatline. The great poet Istanbul poet Yahya Kemal Beyatlı describes the peninsula as “Most beloved and rambled place in the homland.” One of the most important locations of the Peninsula is Fenerbahce Park. The park was used by Byzantine and the Ottoman emperors as a summer retreatç The park was ver popular when it was opned to the public in the 19th century. However, a result of this great interest was pollution. The peninsula was taken over by Turing company in 1990 and redesigned. The Fenerbahçe Peninsula provides a colorful harmony with is curving pathsi large trees, variety of oleanders, and seasonal flowers.
Şükrü Saraçoğlu Stadium in Fenerbahçe is a modern stadium with a five-star UEFA rating that is the used to host major cup finals and international mathes. The stadium hosted the UFEA Cup Final in May 2009, when Shakhtar Donetsk defeated Werder Bremen.