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What you should know about Kumkapi

How to Find the Best Hotels in Kumkapi, Istanbul with Hotels.com

If you need a great place to stay in the Kumkapi neighborhood of Istanbul then you need look no further than Hotels.com. Our travel experts have hand picked a selection of hotels in Kumkapi, Istanbul for you to choose from. In this list you will find plenty of accommodation options to suit you, no matter what your budget is or what your plans for your trip to Kumkapi are. At Hotels.com, we know that it is really important to know all the vital facts about your hotel before you book, so that you book with complete peace of mind. So, we always show you photos of our hotels in Kumkapi, Istanbul. We also have lots of reviews that you can read of each of the places to stay in Kumkapi listed on our site. Situated on the shore of the beautiful Marmara Sea, Kumkapi is a district with plenty going on, both culturally and in terms of places to eat and drink.

What's Kumkapi Like?

If you enjoy gorgeous seafront views and walks by the sea, then you will love staying in Kumkapi. Why not take a boat out on the Marmara Sea and enjoy the view of the city from the water. Kumkapi is particularly famous for its seafood restaurants, so be sure to try out some local, freshly cooked seafood. In Kumkapi, you will also find the Surp Asdvadzadzin Patriarchal Church, the seat of the Armenian Patriarchate of Constantinople. Kumkapi is also a very good district for shopping; it is easy to find that elusive souvenir to take home with you in this neighborhood. A little gentle haggling is the done thing in Istanbul, so if you are in a bazaar or market in Kumkapi, keep your cool and let the fun begin.

How to Get Along with Locals in Kumkapi

As Kumkapi is so famous for its seafood, it is good to know a little about the main fish dishes in Turkish cuisine, so that you have some ideas about what to order when you eat out in this neighborhood. It is also worthwhile knowing how to get around in Kumkapi. The district is well pedestrianized, so that you can explore it easily on foot. To travel further afield, do as locals do and take the suburban railway; the Sirkeci-Halkali station is situated in Kumkapi. You can also take boats from Kumkapi over to other destinations dotted across the coastline. Make the most of our local knowledge at Hotels.com and find yourself a room in one of our hotels in Kumkapi, Istanbul. We have plenty of places available.

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