Yıldız Park (Turkish: Yıldız Parkı) is a historical, urban park in Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Turkey. It is one of the largest public parks in Istanbul. The park is located in Yıldız quarter between the palaces of Yıldız and Çırağan.
Yıldız Park was once part of the imperial garden of Yıldız Palace. Extending down the slopes from the palace, this walled park was reserved only for palace dwellers during the reign of Sultan Abdulhamid II.
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Amine Fahel | Apr 5, 2018
A perfect place to escape from the city crowd! Well recommended for kids too as there are many outdoor playgrounds. Better to enter from the upper entrance.
Ali Al-Brahim | Apr 1, 2018
A lovely park with nice places to stay and kids playground.. You have to go by car, it a hill and walking is very difficult.
Adeela Saleem | Jan 28, 2018
It is a beautiful place for spending day but if you are using public transport then it is a very long walk as taxis are not allowed. Otherwise a very beautiful place for picnic and day out
Mehrdad Asadi | Nov 2, 2017
Very beautiful park. I was anazed by how clean this park was and how fresh all the plants looked. There was a very beautiful pond in the middle surrounded by benches for people to sit. There are cute little cafe’s in one corner of the park and as a local friend told me, people go there to have brunch on weekends. The only thing is it’s way too hilly and steep for people who have difficulty walking so I wouldn’t really recommend it for people who can’t walk a lot.
Seetheworldwith Daph | Feb 4, 2018
It is a perfect place if you need to escape the noise of the big metropol, Yildiz park is the right place. A pretty, leafy oassis alive with birds and picnickers... It is the imperial garden of Ciragan Palace. Park has two pavillions. These pavilions is used by the Sultans to enjoy the surrounds. when you entered the main entrance opposite the ciragan palace, and if you walk around 10 minutes to uphill. From T intersection at the top if you take left, this is going to bring you to cadir Kosk. There is a small lake in front of this pavilion which I like a lot. the other one is Malta pavilion. on th right side of the park. You can have light lunch at malta pavilion with the view of Bosphorus from it's terrace..A taxi from sultanahmet coast around 25 tl if there is no traffic. But it is a really nice way to walk under the exteremly big trees.
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