Galata Bridge is a famous bridge connecting old and new districts on Jinjiao Bay. On and near the bridge, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Golden Cape Bay. There are many seagulls in the bay. They are very beautiful. The two sides of the bridge are different styles of architecture, as if through time and space, people are intoxicated. On the side of the bridge, you can take a cruise ship and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the whole Golden Cape Bay on board. Galata Bridge is absolutely the place you have to visit in Istanbul. All 5 stars recommended!
There are many beautiful villas on both sides of the Taiwan Strait. Each villa has a very different style. It should be designed according to the owner's own requirements. It's too free. Compared with the uniform style of residential buildings on the riverside in China, it's totally different. Of course, the premise of freedom is that you are rich enough. It's said that every villa is worth a lot. After all, it's such a good location and a real house facing the sea.
Galata bridge is an amazing bridge.. You may have some romantic moments if u get there.. Having a kiss with your partner on this bridge is awesome.
It's a good place to watch the sunrise. No matter what the weather is like in the morning or evening, there are always people fishing here. It's also an important building in the history of bridge architecture. Istanbul: The Memory of a City says that standing on the bridge, watching Istanbul vehicles pass by you feels like a king.
The Galata Bridge is a bridge connecting the old and new cities. Its deck is wide enough for cars and trams to pass through, and the sidewalks are full of fishermen. There are many restaurants along the river bank under the bridge. The dishes are similar but tasty. The price is relatively high. The target consumers are tourists. But when dining there, the wind blows very comfortably from the sea.
John Freely, noted Istanbul authority, referred to Galata Bridge as the true heart of the city. It makes a certain sense. As you look out on the Golden Horn passing beneath your feet, the intersection of the great estuary with the Bosphorus Strait and the Asian shore beyond, it becomes clear that Istanbul's greatness lies in its role as a confluence of land and water.The Galata Bridge connects Eminonu with the port of Karakoy and the Beyoglu district. It's most famous for the hundreds of fishermen who daily line the span, casting lines and hoping to bring up mackeral or sardines. The lower level is something of a floating shopping mall with fish restaurants and nargiles everywhere. The touts can be a little aggressive but that's part of the city too. The south end of the bridge faces the New Mosque and Egyptian Bazaar while the mosque of Sulyman the Magnificent and Beyazit tower loom in the distance.
When we opened the Galata Bridge, there were many crossbows on both sides of the bridge and numerous seagulls flying in the sky. On the other side of the bridge, we saw a magnificent mosque. These scenes have been seen in other people's pictures, and now we are finally here. On this side of the Galata Bridge is Istanbul New Town, opposite the Old Town. The whole Old Town is a world heritage project. There are 56 huge mosques, including the famous Sofia, Blue, Suleiman and Yeni, all within walking distance of the city.