Emirgan Park

Emirgan Park in Istanbul in Turkey

The enchanting Emirgan Park (Emirgan Korusu), located on a hillside on the European Bosphorus shore in the Emirgan district, is best known for its tulips and its three small pavilions.

The entire park bursts with different colors when the Tulip Festival is celebrated in April. All tulips are cultivated here. In addition, the park is home to numerous spruce, cypress, fir, willow and linden trees.

The yellow (Sarı Köşk), pink (Pembe Köşk) and white pavilions (Beyaz Köşk) from the 1870s are also located on the premises. They are run by a private company as cafe-restaurants. Pembe Köşk offers a particularly beautiful view of the Bosphorus.

There is also a large artificial lake with an island, a waterfall and a grotto.

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