Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Sisli VIP Transfer Service in Istanbul
We are an airport VIP taxi agency in Istanbul and provide your special transfer and tour in Istanbul or closes area/cities. If you want to go to Şişli from hotel or airport, also anywhere in Istanbul, you can contact with us. We have a special mini – van for you. Until 6 or 9 passengers, we can provide a VIP taxi transfer service to Sisli.
Where is Sisli?
Sisli is a town of Istanbul and the most popular area of Istanbul. Many luxurious and modern hotels are located in Sisli. The Istanbul Cevahir mall is located also in Sisli. Because of this many tourists choose to visit and stay at any hotel in Sisli.
When your flight to Istanbul new airport, we can take you from the airport and transfer yo Sisli immediately with a comfortable mini-van or luxurious vehicle like Mercedes-Benz Vito.
Sisli Transfer and VIP Istanbul Transfer
Şişli is a district in the European side of Istanbul, Turkey. It is also referred to as sisli and is one of the city’s most fashionable districts. Both locals and tourists alike enjoy visiting Şişli.
The area has several upscale shopping malls, restaurants and cafés as well as historical sights. The Şişli area is quite different from the other districts in Istanbul. Even though Şişli has suffered from neglect over time, it still retains its charm and beauty. Şişli was a popular resort for Istanbulites during the Ottoman period.
However, by the 20th century, Şişli declined into neglect due to its high rental costs and lack of public transportation to the area. Many prestigious buildings were abandoned, including Beyoğlu’s Grand Bazaar which later became a museum. Many banks also closed their branches in the area due to poor business conditions in Şişli.
Residents in Sisli
In recent years, efforts have been made to revitalize Şişli by bringing back old buildings into use and attracting more residents to the area. However, more work needs to be done to bring this neglected district back to life. Since Şişli is located near Taksim Square, it’s often called “sisli” (pronounced suh-suh-lee). This name comes from the Turkish word for “native of Şişli” or “son of Şişli” since many people originally came from this district. It can also be used as a derogatory term for referring to someone from this part of Istanbul or for calling an abandoned building a “sisli” (suh-suh-lee). In addition, it can refer to an abandoned building that was once occupied by rich people but has now fallen into disrepair since its tenants have left it behind.
As previously mentioned, efforts are being made to revitalize old buildings in this neglected part of Istanbul so that they can once again host many residents and visitors alike. Although some inhabitants refer to this part of Istanbul as “mallu” (MALL-yuh), other areas are known by this name such as Misirlu, Kadıköy and Avcılar malls in İstanbul respectively known by their respective names locally in these areas (eastern parts of Turkey). But most people think of “mallu” when referring to someone from Şişli since many wealthy people used to live there during Ottoman times when Istanbul was booming with business growth and development.
People who came from all over Europe would live their luxurious lives in these luxury homes located in Çukuroğlu Mansion where Winston Churchill once stayed until World War II broke out between Britain and Germany there years later at Istinaion Palaestina Hertzaia (now called Tel Aviv). After World 53rd street was renamed Churchill avenue after Winston Churchill died a few years later—as he did while staying at Istinaion Palace during World War II!
Although some things have changed since then—namely that no longer being wealthy guarantees one a suitable living space anymore—Şişli still retains its charm due.