Nişantaşı:  Where you can find high end fashion shops along with many popular cafes, pubs, restaurants, night clubs and the best part is just around the corner!!!!

*** Please ask for the area map from the reception; with just a 5 minute walk you’ll be at the centre of all these attractions.

İstiklal Caddesi: İstanbul’s former Grand Rue de Pera is Lined by an eccentric mix of edgy clothes shops, music stores and cheap restaurants. Look out for its offbeat arcades or passageways called “Pasaj” in Turkish, loaded with tiny shops and stalls such as Halep, Hazzopulo, Turnacıbaşı and the fabulous Atlas.

Grand Bazaar(Kapalıcarşı): The world’s first indoor shopping centre. Build in 15th century, except Sundays still serving to both tourist and locals  with its more than 3,500 shops.
Its an absolute must to visit along with the Spice Market.

Çukurcuma: Boho central with loads of vintage or antique shops.

Bağdat Caddesi: Asian equivalent of Nisantasi district with its big brands shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.