Aynalıkavak Kasrı (Aynalıkavak Pavilion)

Aynalıkavak is an Ottoman summer palace in Hasköy built in the in the 17th Century. In that period Hasköy was a rural region and the palace was used by the sultans for relaxation and hunting.

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Address

Camiikebir Mh., 34440 Beyoğlu/Istanbul Province, Turkey

Visiting Hours

09:00 – 17:00
Closed On Monday and Thursday

The Aynalıkavak Pavilion (Turkish: Aynalıkavak Kasrı) is an Ottoman summer palace in Hasköy built in the 17th Century. At the time, Hasköy was a rural region and the palace was used by the sultans for relaxation and hunting.

It is said that the palace takes it’s name from the valuable mirrors sent from Venice as gifts that were installed throughout the building.

The palace is also used as a venue for Turkish music.

From the Atatürk Airport

            Take M1 Subway and get off at Ataköy- Şirinevler .

            Get on the Busway and get off at Halıcıoğlu

            Take the public bus 47 (Yeşilpınar- Eminönü) and get off at Aynalıkavak .

From Taksim

            Take the public bus 54 HT (Hasköy – Taksim )  get off at Aynalıkavak 

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