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Visiting Kucuk Park in Izmir
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Kucuk Park is the center of entertainment in İzmir, one of the most popular places in the city. Especially because it is a stopover point for university students, it has a lot of places that appeal to young people. One must visit at least once to enjoy the atmosphere. The place is surrounded by different means of transportation and highly popular.

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Kucuk Park

Kucuk Park

1. Sightseeing

1. Sightseeing

If you want to blend in with the locals and get the feeling of Izmir during your Kucuk Park tour, one of the things to do at Kucuk Park is to just sit at the park, hanging around, have a drink and look at the people who come and go walking around you. That wil be a very interesting experience.

2. Cafes and Coffee shops

2. Cafes and Coffee shops

Kucuk Park has great deals of animations and nightlife. In Kucuk Park you can find everything from tea garden to luxury cafes and a lot of choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a very good prices. The coffee shops in Kucuk Park also serve tea and ice cream. Kucuk Park is a good place to have nargile (also known as hookah or shisha) and drink tea, and it is a very popular things to do at Kucuk Park amongst the young people visited the area.

3. Foods, from appetizer to dessert

3. Foods, from appetizer to dessert

You may be getting hungry by this point, so help stave off your cravings by tasting Izmir cuisine as it is known as Turkey's 'Pearl of the Aegean' and has plenty to offer apart from very fresh and delicious seafood. Tasting local and traditional Izmir cuisine is just another things to do at Kucuk Park.

Insider Tips

How to Get Tickets?

You do not need to pay an entrance fee for Kucuk Park tour, just make sure that you bring enough money should you want to have a bite at the restaurants or go drinking tea and have a nargile.

How To Get Around?

It is best to go around and do all the tings to do at Kucuk Park tour on foot, walking around between cafes and restaurants will give you a pleasant experience . And while walking around you can also do a sightseeing and you can blend with other tourists and the local people, that will be very interesting.

What Should I Wear?

Comfortable clothes and shoes are best to go around during your Kucuk Park tour, the more comfortable your clothes and shoes are the better. And do not forget to dress according to the season.

Facts

Best Time to Visit

You can have your Kucuk Park tour at all time of the year. However, the best times to visit Izmir for ideal weather are between March to June or September to December.

Currency

Turkish Lira

Will I Need a Guide?

You do not really need a guide in order to enjoy your Kucuk Park tour. It is easy to get there, the place is surrounded by different means of transportation and highly popular.

How To Get There?

You can drive to go and have your Kucuk park tour. However, it is best to use public transport and here's the information: the closest stations to Kucuk Park are: Kemer 2 is 316 meters away, 5 min walk; Kemer is 394 meters away, 6 min walk; Kemer 1 is 403 meters away, 6 min walk; Yenişehir Üst Gecit is 428 meters away, 6 min walk; Yenişehir Pazar Yeri is 530 meters away, 8 min walk. Metro lines stop near Kucuk park: Metro - M, Train lines stop near kucuk park: Train - ALİAĞA - CUMAOVASI, Bus lines stop near kucuk park: Bus - 200, Bus - 302, Bus - 415, Bus - 45, Bus - 802.

Additional Info

Izmir is a metropolitan city in the western extremity of Anatolia and the third most populous city in Turkey, after Istanbul and Ankara. It is the second most populous city on the Aegean Sea after Athens, Greece. İzmir has a Mediterranean climate, which is characterized by long, hot and dry summers; and mild to cool, rainy winters. Turkish is the official language spoken in Izmir, but as this is a popular tourist resort you may hear other languages spoken including English.

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