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Lutfi Kırdar Congress Center
  • Lutfi Kırdar Congress Center
    Lutfi Kırdar Congress Center
  • Marmara Hall
    Marmara Hall
  • The Anadolu Auditorium
    The Anadolu Auditorium
  • Entrance Hall
    Entrance Hall

Istanbul Congress Valley

Istanbul Congress Valley or the Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Centre (ICEC) is the biggest conventional centre in Turkey. The building consists of 7 floors underground and 5 floors above and the territory of the centre is over 85 000 square meters.

ICEC includes several conventional centers, a theater, and an open-air concert hall. It has everything needed to organize and conduct successful events and exhibitions. The capacity of the centre is 3700 people and it provides excellent service.

Rumeli Fair & Exhibition Hall has 2100 square meters Ballroom which is the biggest in Istanbul. It includes simultaneous translation in more than 10 languages and more.

The Anadolu Auditorium has brand new projection facilities and the most complex, important and big events can be held here as it includes 2 thousand chairs. The Anadolu Auditorium is considered to be one of the best event venues in the world.

ICEC has the infrastructure for all levels of complexity of the conference.

You can easily find ICEC as the location is very central. It is on the Taşkışla Street, Harbiye.

Visit ICEC website for more info and photos:


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