Küçüksu Kasrı (Küçüksu Palace)

The Küçüksu Palace, located on the Bosphorous coastal road between Üsküdar and Beykoz, is a small Ottoman summer palace and was built by Abdülmecit.

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Address

Göksü Mah., Beykoz

Visiting Hours

09:00-17:00
Closed to visitors on Mondays and Thursdays.

Phone +90 216 332 33 03

The Küçüksu Palace ( Turkish: Küçüksu Sarayı), located on the Bosphorous coast road between Üsküdar and Beykoz, is a small Ottoman summer palace ordered by the Ottoman Sultan Abdülmecit. The palace was designed by the famous architect of the time, Nigoğos Balyan.

With its excellent view of the Bosphorus, Küçüksu attracted many sultans during the Ottoman period who used the palace for relaxation.

Because of the fine quality of furniture, paintings, carpets and the delicacy in details the small palace was opened as a museum during the Republican period.

 

From the Atatürk Airport

 

Take the bus YH- 1 “Yenikapı İdo – Atatürk Airport” and get off at Yenikapı,

Take the Marmaray and get off at Ayrılıkçeşme,

Take the bus 14R “Rasathane – Kadıköy” and get off at Küçüksu Kasrı.

From Taksim

Take the bus 40 T “İstinye Dereiçi – Taksim” and get off at  Beşiktaş B. University,

Take the Ferry from Beşiktaş to Üsküdar,

From Üsküdar take the bus 14R “Rasathane – Kadıköy” and get off at Küçüksu Kasrı.

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