Kadikoy is a large cosmopolitan district on the Anatolian side of Istanbul, Turkey, on the shore of Sea of Marmara. Since the very early ages, Kadikoy has had a great scene for entertainment. Its narrow streets are adorned with varieties of cafés, bars and restaurants.
With its graceful minarets, fountains, tombs, churches, Turkish Baths, pavilions, quays, monuments and parks; Kadikoy is where history meets the current civilization. It is a vibrant pier for tourism.
Moda Cape, Kalamis, and Fenerbahce inlets, with their individuality and elegance are some of the most important areas of the district. Bagdat street is also located in this area and is a popular location with all ages.
What makes Kadikoy so unique is its location. In this mystifying city, Kadikoy plays the role of a doorway to the Bosphorus with its modern transportation facilities on rail, water and land.