Nişantaşı is located in Şişli district of Istanbul. It is a district known for its world-famous brands stores, cafes and entertainment venues, which is a monumental stone located at the intersection of Valikonağı Avenue and Teşvikiye Street-Rumeli Avenue, covering the parts of Meşrutiyet and Teşvikiye neighborhoods around the Governor’s Mansion. Nişantaşı, which is largely intertwined with Teşvikiye, borders Maçka to the southeast, Harbiye to the southwest, Osmanbey to the west and northwest and Teşvikiye to the east. Today, it continues to be both a busy, lively and crowded area of Istanbul, and an elite district with its luxury shops, galleries, restaurants and elegant showcases. Nişantaşı is known by many people as a district where more than one activity can be done on the same day, where quality time is almost guaranteed. Abdi İpekçi, Teşvikiye and Vali Konağı streets are among the streets with the highest real estate rental prices in Istanbul. Abdi İpekçi Caddesi appeals to the upper income group. it is also the most famous streets in the first place they are looking for when they start their activities in Turkey of world-renowned brands. As of 2009, it is the world’s most expensive 25th street in terms of m2 rental price. Nişantaşı, which was largely known as a shopping district until the 2000s, was also known for its recently opened entertainment venues, and since 2002 it has become one of the centers of New Year celebrations in Istanbul. In Nişantaşı, which has gained a different dimension with the lights on the streets and the New Year’s times, there is a dynamism not only during the New Year but of course throughout all four seasons. It is an undeniable fact that Nişantaşı, where many street activities, fashion shows, fashion and shopping festivals take place especially in the summer and spring months, is a very important and valuable district for Istanbul.
You can take any bus to Harbiye located in Taksim square. You have to get off at Harbiye stop and walk along the road. When you turn off Valikonağı Street, you will arrive in Nişantaşı.
Assuming that you will go by metro – which is easier than by bus – take the metro from Taksim or another district. Get off at Osmanbey, follow Rumeli Avenue. You can reach Nişantaşı with a 10-minute walking distance.