Çırağan Palace was built in 1834. this palace is one of the first representatives of neoclassical style added to Istanbul landscape. It is almost the symbol of the vast reforms of Mahmut II. The architecture of the palace was very different from that of the Bosphorus at that time. We can say that it is contrary to its age. We only have some definitions and engravings for this. The main part standing in the center and the long side wings attached to it in two directions show the composition of Çırağan Palace.
The structure in the middle, olumned entrances, triangular pediments and details represents French architecture of its age. Many of the palaces and churches of Paris are reflected here in the Ottoman palace.
The central building with modern lines and the traditional wooden parts on the side connect the old and the new. The old Çırağan palace is undoubtedly the best example of the Ottoman waterside palace practice.
Breakfast Prices in Çırağan Palace Restaurant
Breakfast at the Çırağan Palace is between 12:00 and 16:00 every Sunday. The price of breakfast per person is TL 195. There is a 50% discount for children aged 6-11 and it is free for 0-5 aged children. There are mascot-accompanying play rooms for children.
Wedding Ceremony Costs at Çırağan Palace
The wedding prices in the palace are quite high. For special days, the meal for a person is TL 600. Selected materials for the wedding cost between 20 thousand and 300 thousand Turkish Liras.
Where is Çırağan Palace? How to get Çırağan Palace?
The Çırağan Palace is located on the Çırağan Street of Beşiktaş district of Istanbul. It is possible to reach Çırağan by IETT buses from Beşiktaş, Kabataş, Taksim and Sarıyer. At the same time you can reach Çırağan with a short walk from Ortaköy, Kuruçeşme, Beşiktaş.