Sirkeci railway station from turkeytravelplanner.comSirkeci Station (Sirkeci Gar), Istanbul, Turkey: Orient Express terminus now a Marmaray station, & how to visit it, ... With the opening of the Marmaray regional train line on October 29, 2013, Sirkeci Station took on a ...
The origin of the whirling dervishes is in Konya. Many tourists will go to Konya to watch it. However, there are many historical places to watch the whirling dance in Istanbul. The most recommended is Sirkeci Railway Station, which is on the tram. , Just get off at this stop.
This beautiful railway station is located in the old city of Istanbul, very close to the Galata Bridge and can be reached directly by the light rail T1. There are few people in this railway station, but it is more like a work of art. The whole building is very beautiful and empty inside. There is also a typical European-style waiting room with a few trains parked inside, all complementing each other, and they are so beautiful.
Known as the most beautiful railway station in the world, it was built in 1890 as the terminus of the Orient Express that departed from Paris. It is located near the eminonu pier. Now the railway station has been out of service and has become a sightseeing spot. The waiting room has been changed to a revolving dance auditorium. .
In a bustling place, it is recommended that tourists go together
The Siker Railway Station, built in 1890, was once the terminus of the "Orient Express" departing from Paris. The long red bricks and stained glass on the left and right of the station gate make this building in the Turkish Art Nouveau style look Charming. Although the gate of the station is no longer in use, people often stop here to look inward, and sometimes you can still see the whirling dance performance in the hall.