Istanbul / Bayrampasa district District

Bayrampasa district District :

Bayrampasa is located on the European side of Istanbul. It has an area of ​​6.98 square kilometers and a population of 272.374 people.

Bayrampasa district is surrounded by important areas such as Fatih, Eyup, Gaziosmanpasa and Zeytinburnu.

Bayrampasa district is distinguished by its proximity to the city center, but it is less crowded and densely populated than the areas of central Istanbul, and real estate prices in it are reasonable.

Bayrampasa includes upscale neighborhoods, as well as private residential complexes with integrated facilities and services.

As for transportation, Bayrampasa district passes through the Istanbul metro line at the Kocatepe station, as well as the metrobus line, the most important means of transportation in Istanbul, and there is in Bayrampasa district the largest main bus station in Istanbul.

As for health and health services, Bayrampasa area includes many governmental and private hospitals and medical centers, the most famous of which is Bayrampasa State Hospital.

Also, schools, universities and training educational institutes are available in the area.

As for entertainment, Bayrampasa includes two of the largest sports complexes in Istanbul, in which various sports can be practiced such as swimming, football, basketball and others.

Bayrampasa also includes Sabri Akpinar Park, which is a medium-sized park with sea views and playgrounds for children, large green areas, places for picnics, and many cafes, restaurants and waterfalls.

As for shopping centers, there is Istanbul Forum Mall in Bayrampasa, which is one of the largest shopping malls in Istanbul, with about 256 international and local brands, in addition to restaurants, cafes and children's games. Also, in the area there is the popular IKEA Furniture Mall.

Bayrampasa area is considered an industrial area, which is dotted with workshops and small factories.

The growth of residential and investment projects in Bayrampasa area is continuous, along with the old simple neighborhoods in the area.