Pontes in Istanbul

Galata Bridge

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Galata Bridge (Türkçe: Galata Köprüsü) is a tourist attraction, one of the Pontes in Istanbul, Turquía. It is located: 26 km from Litros, 30 km from Çiftburgaz, 276 km from Bursa.

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, N41°1'7", E28°58'19". Get directions

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  • Mon-Sun 24 Hours

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Sherry Camera
8 May 2015
Not for a fact that I walked with my all time favorite man on this bridge Nd not for the sake of all those yummy food spots around the corner but it s a great spot to visit and walk Nd enjoy.
eylem basakimiz
15 June 2013
The top of the bridge is busy with local fishermen and it has got a great atmosphere and view across the river. Try tasty fish sandwiches for sale at either end of the bridge. ????
AFAR Media
8 October 2014
While here, try the Balik Ekmek: chewy white bread, smeared with a quick mix of crunchy, chopped vegetables and a slice of salty, grilled fish, then served up with an Efes and an unbeatable view.
Noah Weiss
2 October 2014
The Galata Bridge has a great view of both European sides of the city. On the Sultanahmet side, get 6 Lira fresh fish sandwiches next to the water.
K Hameed
9 March 2014
Famous Galatta Bridge. Citizens of Istanbul stand here & keep on fishing 24X7. If u are blessed with time join them 4 a round of fishing, and get the freshly caught fished BBQ in the restaurants down
Aylin Alpustun
24 September 2019
It is part of the history of Istanbul, bridging the Golden Horn basically. There are usually hundreds of people fishing rain or shine from dawn to dusk. Open to pedestrians, tram and cars
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