Besiktas is located in the European side of the city, and geographically composed of coastal and interior settlements. Despite its small surface area and population, it is ideally located at the junction of arterial roads of Istanbul, and has a convenient location to world-class amenities. It has the access roads to the Bridges of Bosphorus and Fatih Sultan Mehmet interconnecting the European and Anatolian sides of Istanbul and even two continents. While the current population is approximately 190.000, it reaches approximately 2 million people in a day.
Beşiktaş ( Route: Çırağan Palace, Feriye Palace, Barbaros Avenue, Archaeological Excavations, Beşiktaş Square,Sinan Paşa Mosque, Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa Tomb, Maritime Museum, Akaretler Mustafa Kemal Museum, Şairler SofasıPark, Dolmabahçe Palace, Beşiktaş Museum )