The cornerstone of this Gothic-style Anglican church was laid in 1858 by Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, known as 'The Great Elchi' (elçi ...
Galata Mevlevi Museum
The semahane (whirling-dervish hall) at the centre of this tekke (dervish lodge) was erected in 1491 and renovated in 1608 and 2009....
It's all about the beans. Here they roast their own, make a good brew and offer it in hip surrounds where 'bean raves', hipster beards,...
Fürreyya Galata Balıkçısı
Lying in the shadow of the Galata Tower, this eatery serves ultra-fresh seafood that is overpriced considering the basic surrounds. It's...
Serdar-ı Ekrem Caddesi 31 · interesting places nearby
Serdar-ı Ekrem Caddesi is one of the most interesting streets in Galata, full of ornate 19th-century apartment blocks and avant-garde boutiques. Mavra was the first of the cafes to open on the strip, and remains one of the best, offering simple food and drinks amid decor that is thrift-shop chic.