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Ataturk Boulevard, Antalya (Ishiklar, Atatürk Caddesi) - most beautiful street in the city: walking, shopping, food, palm trees, flowers and retro tram

Ataturk Boulevard (Atatürk caddesi) is one of the most beautiful streets of Antalya, which is decorated with tall palm trees and flowers; there are walking areas and an abundance of shops, cafes and restaurants; a retro tram runs.

Ataturk Street, along with the old town of Kaleichi, is the heart of Antalya and the attraction of all tourists of the city.

This is the most picturesque street in the city, which can only be argued with, Konyaalti Street (Konyaaltı Caddesi), which is a panoramic route from the old town to the eponymous beach Konyaalti.

Ataturk Street is often called Ishiklar Street (street of Lights, Işıklar Saddesi), although in the chalk itself Ishiklar is another street into which Ataturk Street passes near Karaalioglu Park and Atatürk House Museum.

Photo of Ishiklar Street

Ataturk Street has a length of about 750 meters, it runs along the old town of Kaleichi and stretches from Jumhuriyet Streets (Republic, Cumhuriyet Caddesi) to Ishiklar Street.

Ataturk Street is a wide boulevard with a roadway along which public buses also run, and a wide pedestrian zone with places to relax.

Ataturk Street also includes an area with tall palm trees and flower beds with bridges thrown over them, which separates the roadway from a wide pedestrian zone.

On the street there are an abundance of cafes, coffee shops and restaurants with tables in the open air.

Ataturk Boulevard is also one of the best shopping streets in Antalya, as various shops and boutiques, including well-known Turkish and world brands, are located along the street.

A retro tram "Nostalgji" runs along Ataturk Street, which can take you to Archaeological Museum of Antalya and Konyaalti beach. More about the retro tram...

The main attractions of Ataturk Street are

Urban sculptures, created with a face of humor in a pseudo-antique style.

Hadrian's Gate (Üçkapılar) is an ancient Roman gate of Antalya, which is one of the most famous and significant sights of the city.

The gate was erected and named after the Roman emperor Hadrian, who visited the city in 130.

Hadrian's Gate is the only surviving entrance gate in fortress walls, once surrounding the city and harbor that lead to the old town of Antalya. More about Hadrian's Gate…

Karakash Mosque (Karakaş Cami), which was originally built in the 14th century, destroyed during the Seljuk invasion and rebuilt in 2003 by the famous Turkish architect Turgut Jansever.

Currently, the mosque is a replica of the old Karakash Mosque, which is considered a successful example of the reconstruction of historical buildings. More about the Karakash Mosque…

Near Ataturk Street you can stop

Casa Sur Antalya Hotel booking

Zemira Garden Hotel booking

Missafir Excellent Flat Near Hadrian's Gate Apartment booking

Apartments CINEHOME HADRIAN GATES-OLDTOWN günlük kiralik booking

Deluxe Villa VILLA CASTLE INN booking

All accommodation facilities in Antalya (hotels, apartments, villas, guest houses, etc.), including near Ataturk Boulevard, in the old town of Kaleichi, near beaches and more remotely from those, can be view and book here booking

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