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Sok. No: 32 Polonezköy / İstanbul.
Sok. No: 32 Polonezköy / İstanbul.
'''Stella Pension''' Beykoz Caddesi 75. Yil Sokak No:31 34800 Polonezkoy / Beykoz / ISTANBUL  
'''Stella PANSİYON ''' Beykoz Caddesi 75. Yil Sokak No:31 34800 Polonezkoy / Beykoz / ISTANBUL  
Tel: ''+90 216'' 432 3232  
Tel: ''+90 216'' 432 3232  
'''Helena Rizi Pansiyon'''Tel: ''+90 216'' 4323073
'''Rizi Pansiyon'''Tel: ''+90 216'' 4323076
'''Santa Roza''' Tel: ''+90 216''  
'''Santa Roza''' Tel: ''+90 216''  

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A house in Polonezköy

Polonezköy [1] is a village in in the Asian side of Istanbul Province, located about 20 km far away from central parts of Istanbul. Its name translates "Polish village" in Turkish. The Polish name of the village is Adampol.


The village was founded in 1846 by Polish settlers who sought refuge in Turkey after the invasion of Poland. Although not all people of the village is of the same ethnicity any more, the majority of the population of the village is still of Polish descent and retain the Polish language.

The village is located inside the forests and declared a “nature park” in 1996.

Get in

by car

From Istanbul’s European side, first cross the Second Bosphorus Bridge (officially called Fatih Sultan Mehmet Köprüsü, usually referred to as FSM Köprüsü or 2. Çevreyolu on the the traffic signs). After crossing the bridge, leave the motorway in the first exit, first follow the “Beykoz” signs, after you have totally left the motorway behind, follow the “Polonezköy” signs you’ll see in every junction.

Get around


  • Village houses with a traditional Polish style.
  • little Catholic chapel which dates back to 1914




There are many restaurants in the village mainly servicing Istanbulites visiting the village for a day in the nature at weekends. Some of them serve traditional Polish meals too. But all restaurants are reported to be expensive, so it may be best to bring your sandwiches from the city and perhaps have a picnic in the park (which contains some beautiful wooden sculptures) situated right in the centre of the village if you are on budget.



Where you can stay in Polonezkoy

Fredi Pansiyon +90 216432-30-47

Leonardo Restaurant - Rezervasyon : 0 +90 216 432 30 82. Köy içi Sok. No: 32 Polonezköy / İstanbul.

Stella PANSİYON Beykoz Caddesi 75. Yil Sokak No:31 34800 Polonezkoy / Beykoz / ISTANBUL

Tel: +90 216 432 3232

Rizi PansiyonTel: +90 216 4323076

Santa Roza Tel: +90 216

Adampol Tesisleri Tel: +90 216 4323154

HERA BUTİK OTEL Tel: +90 216 432 31 83

Polka Country Hotel – tel +90 216 432 20 21

Gülayım Hotel (2*) 75. Yıl Caddesi no: 64 – tel +90 216 432 31 34



The area code of the village is 216, which it shares with the rest of the Asian side of Istanbul. The area code should be dialed not only when calling from out of Istanbul, but also when calling from the European side of Istanbul.

Get out

Şile is about a further 40 km away, follow the road passing through the village which eventually reaches the shore of Black Sea.

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