Journey in History in Istanbul 'Fashion Tram'. Istanbul is a city where the means of transportation have been transformed from day to day with its settlement area which has expanded throughout its history. Transportation networks are highly developed in Istanbul, which has an inner city transportation history from the throne to the strings, to the trams, to the trams, to the cars, subways, buses and minibuses. Historic Karaköy Tunnel, one of the symbols of Istanbul, and the Nostalgic Tram and Moda Tram that serve on İstiklal Street, carry domestic and foreign tourists and Istanbul passengers who want to have a nostalgic experience on their historical routes.
10 November The Moda Tram, which opened on 2003, is the longest of the nostalgic tram lines serving in Istanbul today. The 2,6-1950 kilometer line, which serves with the 1957-10 model vehicles, 3-minute intervals, the average number of daily trips 10 thousand passengers carry. IDO, Iskele Mosque, Carsi, Altiyol, Bahariye, Church, Moda Elementary School, Moda Street, Mühürdar and Damga Street with a total of 65 stops Nostalgic Fashion Tram is generally the passenger profile of the neighborhood is the age of XNUMX.
The Fashion Tram, which is also used by local and foreign tourists thanks to the schools on the route, Barış Manço House Museum and Moda Wharf, serves between 06.55-21.00 on weekdays, 08.30-21.00 on Saturdays and 10.00-20.00 on Sundays.