Sisli district in Istanbul is located on the European side of the Bosphorus, next to the Beyoglu and Besiktas districts, only 23 km from Ataturk International Airport. The total area is 31 sq. km.
The area has a well developed infrastructure with hotels, restaurants, shops, banks and shopping centres. There are many theatres, cinemas, educational institutions and boutiques (most of all on Rumeli and Nisantasi streets), exhibitions are regularly held.
The area is mostly middle-class, but rental prices are rising every day. The area itself is made in a modern style, there are a lot of new high-rise buildings and residential buildings. Here are some of the most popular shopping centres: Jevahir and Zorlu. This area is filled with office buildings, which is why many companies choose Sisli to build their business.
Among the many new buildings in Sisli is a small but very cozy park - Mask Park. People often gather here to meet friends, have picnics and spend outdoor activities. In the park, you can ride the funicular from one side to the other and look at beautiful Istanbul.
For shoppers, Sisli has a huge street that starts from Taksim and continues to Sisli, with a large selection of shops for every budget. Here you can find unusual clothes with fashion trends: bags, shoes, accessories and many other different things.
Sisli is famous for its choice of cafes and restaurants, they are here at every turn. The area is also popular with many interesting hotels at affordable prices. Often hotels here include spa centres, saunas, hammam, swimming pool and gym. Therefore, you can easily think of something to do in bad weather.
In fact, there are not so many interesting historical places in the Sisli region, but here you can find theatres, cinemas and various galleries, interesting fairs, exhibitions and concerts in abundance.
The Sisli district is not only an area with office buildings, but also a comfortable area for lovers of active life, where you can enjoy not only shopping, but also nature.