Maltepe is a suburb of Istanbul that sits between the districts of Kadikoy to its west, and Kartal to its east, and is on the coastline of the Sea of Marmara. Maltepe’s population rapidly increased from the 1970's onwards after completion of the Bosphorus Bridge making it possible to commute into the city centre, and today there are buses that run along the E5 highway to the bridge with dolmus minibuses running to the ferry docks at Kadikoy.
Accommodation in MaltepeThe residents of Maltepe either live in quiet tree-lined streets of 4-6 storey apartment blocks that are surrounded by gardens, or in more modern gated housing complexes with security guards that have tennis courts and children's playgrounds.
Maltepe FacilitiesAlthough Maltepe is a little way out from the city centre it is a pleasant place to live, has all modern facilities, a busy shopping district, large supermarkets, fast food outlets, good kebab houses and cinemas. Along its coastline are very nice cafés and bars, similar to what you would find in Kadikoy or Taksim .
Transportation in MaltepeMaltepe’s public transport system is geared toward commuters which mean there are no services for late night party people, although the dolmus minibuses do run late, some until 3am, depending on the destination.
Maltepe MosqueA new mosque was built in the centre of Maltepe in 1992 and has become its main distinctive landmark.
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