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This street is pretty steep, so it may be hard to walk, but the area is full of shops and cafe, I like the atmosphere of this street. Took some pictures here. The best time to visit here is on the weekdays, early in the...More
On a walk back from Istiklal Street, we took a wrong turn and headed down Galipdede Street......to our own good fortune. It's a very narrow, but interesting street. What you'll find is a huge abundance of shops that sold musical instruments. And, what a variety....More
This steep, often crowded street sells all kinds of tourist knick knacks you see everywhere in Istanbul (but at better prices), but there are also about a dozen music shops selling traditional Turkish and near-eastern instruments (ouds and sazes/bağlamas and the like).
I bought a...More
Our hostel was in this street, so we needed to walk it up and down every day. Very steep, so not really wheelchair friendly. But a nice lively street with a huge variation of shops, ideal for the last-second souvenir shopping.
Galipdede Caddesi is a tiny, but unfortunately crowded street which connects the Galata Tower with Karakoy zone. There are a lot of shops and souvenirs so the atmosphere is amazing. It's a nice place to visit in Beyoglu.