Kamerhatun Borough, Mesrutiyet Avenue, No.44 BEYOGLU - ISTANBUL / TURKEY
||20 km. (throughE-5)
||40 km. (through the Bosporus)
||by taxi, bus minibus, subway, bus rapid transit
Enjoying s special location in the city center, the Rixos Pera Istanbul offers a vast number of advantages such as the historically remarkable architecture, art and cultural events, easy access and its location in the center of entertainment of Pera. The Rixos Pera Istanbul is just the right address for entertainment, culture, art, history and business.
Istanbul is one of the most crowded, cosmopolitan, vibrant and exciting cities in the world. The history of settlement in Istanbul goes back 8500 years and it served as capital for many civilizations for over 1600 years. Bridging over Europe and Asia, the city has also become home to different cultures for centuries. Istanbul preserved its metropolitan and cosmopolitan structure and has become home to many different religions, languages and races for centuries; it has become a mosaic in the course of history. As one of the most unique settlements throughout the world, it succeeded in becoming a central point for a very long time, which makes it a global capital from past to present.
The city preserved its importance and value to this day; therefore Istanbul is a significant city, not only for Turkey but also for the whole world.
History of Pera goes back to the 16th century. It is a very significant center for cultural events. Urbanization, triggered by a great number of foreigners living around Istiklal Street, spread to a larger area, leading to the great variety of today. The heart of Beyoglu always beats at Istiklal Street.
Stretching out to Taksim Square, Istiklal Street became one of the most famous streets in Istanbul in the 19th century. Always protecting its position as a historical, cultural and artistic center, Istiklal Street reflects all these characteristics in a multicultural manner. Istiklal Street is the place to go for domestic and foreign tourists, since it is the global meeting point of the city.
|SOEM MUSEUMS AND HISTORICAL BUILDINGS
|Hagia Sophia Mosque
|Chora Museum (Churt Khora)
|Istanbul Modern Art Museum
|Seven Tower City Walls
ISTANBUL ATATURK AIRPORT
Opened for air traffic in 1953, it is one of the most crowded airports according to statistics. It provides services for 45 million passengers according to the figures from 2012. The airport is used by nearly 34.000 aircrafts per month and is located on the European side of the city.
Yeşilköy Borough., 34149
İstanbul +90 212 463 30 00
ISTANBUL SABIHA GOKCEN AIRPORT
The second airport of Istanbul has a capacity for 25 million people per year. The airport is used by over 12000 aircrafts per month. The airport is situated on the Asian side of the city.
Sabiha Gokcen Airport
Terminal Building, Pendik 34912 Istanbul - Turkey
+90 216 588 88 88