Although Bala Special Region is not a particularly prosperous place, it’s really good for shopping. It’s quite distinctive. Turkey’s prices are also quite cheap, especially handicrafts and black tea.
Those who like ruins, specialty cafes and beautiful photos must not miss it. Beautiful little houses, cozy little streets, boutiques and cafes, locals sitting on the street, children playing and lazy kittens. Everything is peaceful and harmonious.
To truly understand a city, you should experience this type of community. Recommended attractions: Red Umbrella Street, Greek Orthodox College and Observation Platform, Ruin Street, Rainbow Stairs.
After visiting the Kola Church, we walked to this block. Don’t believe the Internet to say what to do. It is just some ordinary streets. Although the exterior walls of the colorful houses are very old, they are very common people, and they are all up and downhill.
Bala District is a residential area for Jews and some Europeans. The architectural style here will take you to a colorful and different era, and it is more European style than Islamic atmosphere.
Came to Balat Bharat area, which is a Jewish residential area, a coastal style area near the Golden Horn. The surrounding houses are painted colorfully, which is very unique. However, probably due to the weather, the color of the house is not particularly bright, not as beautiful as expected.