Abdi Ipekci Caddesi in Istanbul, where shopping becomes more chic

Istanbul is a metropolis, capable of combining the ancient and modern, East and West, as well as shopping, if we can have the traditional oriental bazaars, as the Misir Carsisi does not mean that you cannot find something more modern, something that is more in step with the times.Regarding the accommodation, there are a lot of cheap and affordable Hotels in Istanbul, you just have to search in the right way, for a varied selection visit Hostelbookers.com

Nisantasi in Istanbul

Nisantasi in Istanbul

According to Kavitha at this time the most fashionable district of Istanbul, where the shopping is chic, is Nişantaşı, probably already known to fans from the Nobel Prize of Orhan Pamuk. The right way to go is Abdi Ipekci Caddesi, dedicated to the journalist Abdi Ipekci, who was murdered there by Mehmet Ali Agca (did you know it?) Here you will find the major international brands such as Prada, Cartier and Louis Vuitton, even if they ultimately choose the streets nearby, to escape the prying eyes of tourists.

After having been attracted to Abdi Ipekci Caddesi, Kavitha advises us some windows, starting from Arzu Kaprol, which we can see in Milan, Via Spiga. After you can check Armaggan for its jewelry and catfani silk Urart, jewelry, the high-end mimic lines of the Byzantine tradition and Desa for bags, for those who live in Nisantasi they prefer those of Prada.

Finally, after shopping, a stroll through the streets of the neighborhood, which is overlooked by apartments designed according to the principles of Art Nouveau, where it is not difficult to find a restaurant, a pub or a bar in order to end the evening


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