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|Karakoy Port Istanbul|
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Cruise ships dock at Karakoy, which is centrally located not too far from downtown. Most tourists visit Istabul Modern – the largest museum of modern arts, which is located nearby.
Regular services as well as cruises from Karaköy serve several port destinations such as Pireaus (Greece), the Greek islands, Dubrovnik (Croatia), Venice, Naples (Italy), Marseille (France), and Haifa (Israel) in the Mediterranean Sea, and also Odessa (Ukraine) in the Black Sea.
Ferry Boats that cruise through the waters around Istanbul are an efficient way to get around, offering some of the best views from the city. There are several ferry points in Istanbul that can take you up the Bosphorus near the Black Sea, and others that can take you to the Princes' Islands in the Sea of Marmara.
Many cruise lines have their newest ships that sail in Europe also visit Istanbul, which is becoming one of the most popular cruising regions. The Cruise vessels first make a short tour inside the Bosphorus, while afterwards they make their maneuvers to dock at Karakoy Port. Most of them stay only one day and it is recommended to use this day very efficiently in order to catch up the city’s best views
Karakoy Port is on Bosphorus European side of, where all touristy attractions old city of Constantinople are located.