Çubuklu Park (Khedive Palace Park)

Çubuklu Park in Istanbul

The Çubuklu Park (Çubuklu Korusu) in the Beykoz district on the Asian side of Istanbul is rather a small forest area with rare spruce species, firs, cedars and beautiful flowers.

The 189-hectare area on the Bosphorus shore is also called Khedive Palace or Hidiv Ismail Pasha Park (Hidiv Kasrı Korusu) as it houses the beautiful Palace of the last Khedive of Egypt and Sudan. Built in 1907 in Art Nouveau style, this small palace is run by a private company as a café-restaurant and has helped make the park a popular destination for locals and tourists in recent years.

Since the park is located on the slope of a hill, it offers a fantastic view of the Bosphorus and the city. Listen carefully and you can even hear the beautiful melody of a nightingale…

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  • Çubuklu, Piri Reis Cd. No:8, 34805 Beykoz/İstanbul

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