Uskudar is located at the opening point of the Bosphorus, which provides transportation between front Asia and Europe thanks to the beauty of its natural texture since ancient times. It has always been a center of attraction. Uskudar is one of the leading districts of Istanbul with a long history. With its privileged position, it has also shown itself in social life and has a culturally rich place. Maiden's Tower is the symbol of Uskudar. It is located on this peninsula. In addition, the 15 July Martyrs Bridge, Kuleli Military High School, Beylerbeyi Palace, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque, Şemsi Pasha Mosque are important places in the district. Uskudar offers services such as subway, metrobus, Marmaray, IDO in terms of sea and land transportation. Therefore, it is shown as a district that can be lived easily in Istanbul.
After the conquest of Istanbul on May 29, 1453, Üsküdar developed rapidly. Previously, Uskudar was a small Anatolian town. After the conquest of Istanbul, the first cores to form a city texture began to manifest themselves. During the reign of Fatih, Uskudar was almost re-established.
Taksim 23 minutes
Besiktas 21 minutes
Kadıkoy 13 minutes
Sisli 27 minutes
Bakırkoy 28 minutes
Levent 13 minutes
Sarıyer 32 minutes
New Airport 51 minutes
Sabiha Gokcen Airport 35 minutes
Transportation to Uskudar is very easy. Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality's Municipal Buses run from many parts of Istanbul to Uskudar. You can get to Uskudar from Eminonu and Besiktas by city lines Ferry, from Besiktas by boat and from Sirkeci by Marmaray. It is also possible to reach from Kadıkoy by yellow collective taxi.