Sultanahmet Camii (Blue Mosque), Istanbul, Turkey

Rumeli Kavagi

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Rumeli Kavagi is the most northern dock on the European side of the Bosphorus, situated opposite Anadolu Kavagi on the Asian side. This pretty area is a popular stop for enjoying fresh fish at one of the seafood or fish restaurants or relaxing on the beach.

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How to get there:
How to get to Rumeli Kavagi, Istanbul: From Sultanahmet: You can take the bosphorus cruises from Eminonu which depart twice a day. Check from website. From Taksim: Take the M-2 metro. metro stop: 4.Levent. From there, take the bus number 25A(4.Levent-Rumeli Kavagi). Or you can get to Besiktas and catch the bosphorus cruise ferry departing from Eminonu.


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