Cyprus Martyrs Street

Cyprus Martyrs Street

Cyprus Martyrs Street

Cyprus Martyrs Street, which runs in the Konak district of Izmir, is one of the most colourful destinations in the region. Cyprus Martyrs Street, which is closed to traffic, is famous for its intense flood of people. Not to mention restaurants, cafes, shopping spots and nightlife along the street, of course. Cyprus Martyrs Street, formerly known as Mesudiye Street, is also at the intersection of streets identified with the district such as Gazi Women Street and Muzaffer Izgü Street. There are a lot of shopping points on the street. In particular, you can find all kinds of jewelry and various accessories you are looking for. The street is the center of the fun. Dance Music, 90’s pop music is pretty common here. The sounds of music can be heard from the evening hours. There are restaurants, bakeries, pleasant cafes for sympathetic coffee breaks where everyone can find flavours according to their pleasure and taste. The clams on the coast are highly popular. Izmir's sandwich called kumru is also abundant. You can stand at the pretzel stands and eat kumru. You're also in the right place if you're open to different flavors, such as sandwiches in charcoal or embers. The snack called Boyoz can also be seen at many points on the street. It is advisable. Hours of fun are guaranteed on this beautiful and well-maintained street, where the amenities are quite numerous.

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