Istanbul Çamlıca Tower, Ticket Prices, Location and other info



The high-rise Çamlıca Tower, which is planned to become an important tourist attraction that will attract many tourists to it, especially as the tower is in a wonderful area on a high hill with wonderful Istanbul views. Çamlica Tower officially became the tallest tower in Istanbul and the entire of Turkey after it was officially opened in May 2021. The main purpose of the tower is to allocate it media and radio channels, removing the visual pollution left by radio towers and antennas, and arranging antennas in the region, including communications and media channels stations in one place. The tower also holds special floors for visitors to enjoy watching Istanbul city from a different perspective above the clouds. The tower also includes a café and restaurant on the 40th floor.

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Where is Çamlıca Tower and How to Go There?

The tower is located on Camlica Hill in the Uskudar region. On a glamorous hill rising from sea level, this area has special for locals and tourists.

The tower is 900 meters away from Bulgurlu metro station. and Ahmet Selami Sogut, director of the tower, said that soon there will be a bus service to Çamlıca Tower from the famous Çamlica Mosque and the following stations Acıbadem, Altunizade, and Bulgurlu.


Çamlica Tower Ticket Prices and Working Hours

The full ticket price for local residents and Turkish residency holders is 60 Turkish liras (approximately $ 6.9) and 120 (approximately $ 13.8) TL for tourists, while the cost of a student ticket is 30 TL. Free entry for children under 6 years old.

Another type is express pass tickets, which allow visitors to skip the queue, and it costs 100 TL for locals and 200 TL for tourists.

Working days and hours for visitors, from Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 9 pm. while Sunday off.


Çamlica Tower Facts and Figures

  • The height of the tower is 369 meters and is 583 meters above sea level.
  • The tower consists of 49 floors, 4 of which are below ground level and 45 above the ground.
  • The 39th and 40th floors of the tower include a café and restaurant, watching floors are on the 33rd and 34th floors.
  • The tower has a panoramic elevator and screens that display the landmarks of Istanbul, like a modern telescope.
  • The cost of construction is about 170 million Turkish Lira (around 48.5 million dollars).

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