Anadolu Kavağı is a neighborhood in the Beykoz district of Istanbul, on the northern shore of the Bosphorus. It stands out as a touristic fishing town. Yoros Castle, located at the top of the neighborhood, at a point overlooking the connection point of the Marmara Sea and the Black Sea, is the cornerstone of the neighborhood tourism dating back to the Eastern Roman period. Another tourist attraction is the nearby fish restaurants and snack bars like waffles. Thanks to these, it can attract 4-5 times the population of the neighborhood during the summer months. You can reach Beykoz Ortaçeşme by road and reach Anadolu Kavağı by taking the 15A buses departing from Kavacık on the Kanlıca-Çubuklu-Paşabahçe-Beykoz route. You can come from Sarıyer with the City Lines engines. Apart from that, due to the touristic importance of the neighborhood, Private Gezi ferry services are organized from Eminönü once a day between 15 September and 15 April, twice a week between 15 April and 15 September, and three times a day. weekends during the summer season. There is also a live music expedition called Mehtap Gezisi, which departs from Bostancı on Saturdays during the summer season, arrives at Anadolu Kavağı at 20:00 and returns at 22:00.
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