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Izmir Karsiyaka District Guide

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Karşıyaka is one of the most popular districts of İzmir with more than 350.000 population. Karşıyaka, one of the most important districts of the city, takes you to the past with its old Levantine houses and historical buildings, while at the same time making you feel that the city is alive with its vibrant streets that never end. Located across Karşıyaka Pier, the bazaar is one of the most active places in the district. You will feel the texture of the city as you visit the bazaar where there are cafes, bookstores, restaurants and restaurants as well as shops where you will meet all your needs. Bostanlı, which you can easily reach from the pier by minibuses or taxis, is one of the busiest places you can go for dinner with its meat and fish restaurants. Today, Karşıyaka offers a lot of places to see and things to do for its visitors.

Check out the most comprehensive Karşıyaka district guide now. You will find the answers of many questions like “Places to see in Karşıyaka” or “How to get to Karşıyaka?” in this guide.

District Name

City

Population

Population Density

Population Growth Rate

Surface Area

Number of Neighbourhood

Karsiyaka

Izmir

349.290

6.590 / km2

1,50 %

51 km2

29

Do you want to get detailed information about hospitals in Karşıyaka? If you’re, our special health guide will be helpful for you. In Karşıyaka, there are 1 state hospital, 1 university hospital and 1 private hospitals. In addition, there are many medical centers such as eye hospitals, dialysis center, oncology center, oral and dental health clinics, physical therapy and rehabilitation centers in the district.

If you are looking for real estate for sale in Karşıyaka or real estate for rent in Karşıyaka, you are on the right page. As of the end of October 2020 in İzmir, Karşıyaka district, the prices of houses for sale increased by 25.54% in the last year. Average for sale residential property size is 120 square meters. Considering the annual averages, the neighborhoods that gained the most value in İzmir Karşıyaka district as of the end of October 2020 were İnönü, Mustafa Kemal, Donanmacı and Demirköprü, respectively.

Accommodation in Karşıyaka is an important issue for people who visit city for different purposes like tourism or business. You can find many hotels that are suitable for every kind of budget in the borders of district.

Check out the “Best places to visit in Karşıyaka” or “Top 10 things to do and see in Karşıyaka” questions in this guide. Called as Karşıyaka due to its location right across the center of İzmir, the district also reflects the modern face of the city today. Latife Hanım Mansion is one of the most important destinations of the district. The mansion, which belongs to Latife Hanım, wife of Gazi Mustafa Kemal Paşa, has an important place in terms of moral value in terms of being the mansion where Atatürk’s mother Zübeyde Hanım spent her last days and died on January 14, 1923. It is possible to find everything you are looking for in Karşıyaka Bazaar, which is located on a pedestrian street. You should enjoy walking and shopping in the bazaar, which is crowded at all hours of the day. In the bazaar; There are restaurants, cafes, clothing stores and bars. Built in 1904 by Raymond Charles Pere, the church stands out as the first Catholic Church in Karşıyaka. Located in a location known as Church Street, St. The interior architecture of the Hellenic Catholic Church was renovated in 1968 and rituals, weddings, funerals and baptism are held.

Karşıyaka has bus, railway and ferry transportation alternatives. You can use ESHOT buses and IZBAN metro to visit different districts of the city. You can also use minibuses for inner transportation in the district. Check out the İzmir railway network map below :

Izmir Subway Map

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Enes Sahin

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