Sakıp Sabancı Museum
Located in the wealthy suburb of Emirgan, this museum has a permanent collection showcasing Ottoman manuscripts and calligraphy, but is...
Gâzi İskender Paşa Mosque
This small mosque in Kanlıca's main square was designed by Mimar Sinan and built in 1560.
Set in a gorgeous garden where masses of tulips and other flowers bloom in spring, this palatial art nouveau villa was built in 1906 as...
Named after a species of freshwater whitefish, this large and often boisterous restaurant has been serving excellent seafood to locals...
Sakıp Sabancı Caddesi 1 · interesting places nearby
The Bosphorus branch of this popular chain has an expansive and comfortable terrace overlooking the water. It's known for all-day breakfasts and its huge range of sweet treats – we recommend a simit (sesame-encrusted bread ring) with bal kaymak (honey and clotted cream; ₺10) in the morning and a muhallebisi (milk pudding) in the afternoon. Watching the valet parking ritual on weekends is hilarious.