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Istanbul Cevahir Mall, Istanbul

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Shopping Mall
Shop for everything from designer clothing to housewares, watch a movie at the cinema, go bowling, or ride a roller coaster at Istanbul Cevahir Mall, the largest shopping mall in Europe. Featuring over 200 stores spanning six floors, the mall houses the largest enclosed entertainment center in the nation, with the state theater, a children's cinema and amusement park, and numerous restaurants and cafes serving cuisine from around the world. Admire the glass roof, boasting the second-largest clock face in the world. Lighten your load by stowing belongings in the lockers near the entrances. This center of culture, fashion, food, and entertainment is easily accessible via public transportation. Work out when and for how long to visit Istanbul Cevahir Mall and other Istanbul attractions using our handy Istanbul family vacation planner.
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  • In front of the subway Sisli and around our hotel, was the best option for dinner, because we don't understand the Turkish language, they don't speak English, but the restaurants have pictures of the dishes. Due to the tension against fanaticism, even in the malls there are metal detectors and x-ray conveyor to enter. The Bosphorus divides European Istanbul, where was our first time in the East. Full, huge shopping mall and meets the trend ' ostentatious ' of tags that predominates in the young Turkish. Tip: don't take a taxi on the street, or be deceived! Get inside the Mall, because they are safe and are registered on the site.
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  • Great mall, this uniq mall in all of Istanbul , his position in the center of city - Mecdiye koy, all rod go to him , metro , bus , taxi, the shipping in it like you are hunting bear . A lot of brunch...  more »
  • For residents of Moscow this mall no interest-in terms of how Babylon in otradnoye. Stores all standardized type, Zara, Bershka, Gap. Very good food court, yum. Eventually bought nothing, all the same that on the Istiklal
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  • It is one of the largest malls in Turkey and probably in Europe. Here you can find a variety of clothing and accessories brands, cafes and fast food. And most importantly ... here you find an interesting complex super fun for kids and adults, where you can spend a few hours, there it offers various bonuses that you can use.
  • One of the famous mall in Istanbul. Especially for tourists. It's always crowded
  • There are many stores and brands but you gotta pay for carpark and its annoying.. Fortunately public transportation is also available for this place, there's a metro station in this shopping mall, ground floor of course..
  • You cannot find most of the things you are looking for in this shopping center anymore. At the past, they were good at it but in time, they have lost the track.Especially top level goods are out of this Shopping center, they are serving to mid range or lower segments. I don't recommend
  • Expensive and busy. Going through security is as bad as the airport. Food court is great.