This unique art, culture, and entertainment festival, which takes place from October 30 to November 14 every two years, will provide you with unforgettable experiences. The Atatürk Cultural Center serves as the starting point for Istanbul’s “Beyoglu Culture Route Festival,” one of the few tourist destinations in the world. From there, it proceeds to Gezi Park, Taksim Mosque, Taksim Maksim Casino, Refia vüç Olgunlaşma Enstitüsü, an advanced technical school for women, Atlas Cinema, Garibaldi Stage, St. Antuan Church, and Odaku.
The festival offers a wide range of interesting, instructive, and enjoyable activities, including works by contemporary artists and university students, classical and contemporary arts, digital arts, cinema, literature, music, dance, and more. It is a must-attend event for anyone who longs for cultural, artistic, and entertainment activities during the pandemic.
At Beyoglu Culture Route Festival, you may take in a play at the Tark Zafer Tunaya Cultural Center with your loved ones, a Murat Dalklç concert in Gezi Park, and the Artificial Intelligence Piano, which generates real-time pictures.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has been preserving and protecting cultural heritage as a whole through its concrete and intangible endeavours. Through the many important strategic events that occur during the year, these efforts are displayed to the world. A two-week festival was one of these events held last year in Istanbul’s Beyolu, which has long functioned as the centre of the city’s thriving artistic scene.
The variety of cultural events offered by the Beyoglu Cultural Route Festival give this popular neighbourhood more life. A celebration of the unique traditions and values of Beyoglu, this festival is a must-attend event. Through free entertainment, seminars, and exhibitions, the refurbishment and new investments in this distinctive Istanbul neighbourhood are also on display.