A 15-minute spin in a horse-driven coach on the kordon costs ₺20 for four people.
İzmir Mask Museum
Tucked away in an old house on a street filled with bars, this little museum spread over three floors has an interesting collection of...
On the edge of the boulevard, the Sunset makes a great end-of-day watering hole, with tables on the pavement and a relaxed, youthful...
Tuğba – Alsancak Branch
Atatürk Caddesi 248 · interesting places nearby
Atatürk Museum information
During İzmir’s 19th-century heyday, the kordon was lined with stately offices and fine houses. Built by a carpet merchant, this is one of the city’s best preserved residence, which traces the life and times of one Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Atatürk stayed here intermittently between 1930 and 1934; in 2014 it was turned into a museum in his honour.