I miss you and I have you. In 2018, Istanbul, Turkey, Emirgang Park is only in April and May, and the tulip season of 20 days a month opens for you...
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A very beautiful park. The tour guide called the Tulip Park. It took a few minutes to walk down from the Sofia Church. There are many locals, but there are many acts of destroying the flowers and no one cares. Very uncomfortable.
It is a park that the local residents of Istanbul often go to. There are children playing, elderly people walking, and couples on dates. The cafe inside is good. Have a drink and see the life of the locals.
Emirgan Park is known for Tulip Festival mostly. Tulip Festival is in entire april. However, you can visit all the year long. It has several historic buldings that Ottoman Sultans used. It has a small lake and mini waterfalls. Local people are alao using this place for picnics. If you are north part of european part of Istanbul, you might wanna visit this place.
This historic park is situated right beside the Bosphorus in the pretty suburb of Emirgan. The Park is especially well known for its vibrant collection of tulips, which appear on mass every April during the Istanbul Tulip Festival.
This is one of the largest parks in Istanbul.It is a bit of a distance from the city center but on your way to this fabulous place you are traveling along side the Bosphorus so it is a really beautiful drive.What it is most famous for is the Once-A-Year Istanbul Tulip Festival that goes on April through mid May.It is a vision and worth all of the effort required to get there.
I finally walked to the gate of the park and finally knew the name of the park. Emirgan Park (Emirgan Park). Then I asked Du Niang and I realized that this is a very important exhibition venue for Istanbul’s annual International Tulip Festival.
Preston_Dominguez: Emirgan Korusu Emirgan, Sariyer, Istanbul, Turkey
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Rumelihisar,Tarabya,Emirgan Park,Borusan Contemporary,Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridge