Bagdat Street, located in the Asian continent of Istanbul; Within the borders of Kadikoy Municipality; Starting from Kiziltoprak; It is a famous street that extends to Cevizli in the borders of Maltepe Municipality. The Bagdat Street is one of the most luxurious ones in Istanbul. A popular place for both locals and tourists stroll along, have a rest in its wide range of luxury cafes, restaurants, bars and pubs, make shopping from many popular brands’ and boutique shops and have great day out activity in a wonderful Istanbul day. Before the conquest of Istanbul during the Ottoman Empire period; It was used by trade caravans and armies as a road connecting the Byzantine Empire to Anatolia. The name of Bagdat Street coincides with the period of Murat IV. “Bagdat Campaign” is organized in order to get Baghdad back in Iraq. However, the road to Bagdat was different at that time; It was on a route that starts at Uskudar Square, passes the Karacaahmet Cemetery and Haydarpasa Meadow and reaches Bostanci Bridge. Also on the present Bagdat Street; There were fountains and prayer halls in the Ottoman period: Separation Fountain in Haydarpasa Meadow, Sogutlucesme and Selamicesme, which gave their names to the districts they were located after they were demolished. According to a study conducted by a French company, the Bagdat Street has been ranked as the 4th best shopping street in the world. The region around the street is also a rich settlement area for the Istanbul locals. There are also very beautiful mansions around the street. It is possible to find a lot of luxury cafes, new generation coffee houses, restaurants and shops along the streets. The numerous bars, pubs and clubs also great night out activities for the visitors to enjoy a lively night in Istanbul.
For those coming from the Anatolian side, take the Kadikoy-Tavsantepe metro from Kadikoy and get off at the Ayrilikcesmesi stop and transfer to Marmaray. When you get off at the Marmaray and Suadiye stop, you can reach Bagdat Street.
If you are coming from Buyukcekmece, Beylikduzu, Avcilar, Esenyurt, Kucukcekmece, Bahcelievler, Mecidiyekoy, you can transfer to Marmaray by getting off at the last stop of Sogutlucesme from any Metrobus station. When you get off at the Marmaray and Suadiye stop, you can reach Bagdat Street.
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