İstanbul is the only city in the world built on two continents. Its fate has been determined by its vital strategic location and enchanting natural beauty. It has long been coveted by powerful empires, and served as capital first to Byzantium and then to the Ottoman Empire. İstanbul stretches along the two shores of the Bosphorus that links the Sea of Marmara in the South with the Black Sea in the North. It is Turkey's largest city with a population of approximately 12 million...
Lutfi Kirdar International Convention & Exhibition Centre (ICEC) has every facility needed to organize successful congresses and exhibitions in the imperial city of İstanbul. As the only place in İstanbul where 3,500 participants can sit down together, ICEC offers outstanding facilities and superior service.
Brand new Rumeli Fair & Exhibition Hall features İstanbul's largest Ballroom measuring 2,100 square meters which includes simultaneous translation in eleven languages, full audio-visual support and more.
The Anadolu Auditorium seats 2,000 in arm-chair comfort and offers complete technical facilities for even the most elaborate performances. From full 16 mm and 35 mm projection facilities to professionally tuned acoustics, the Anadolu Auditorium is a world-class event venue.
Break-out rooms, session rooms and satellite conferences:
No matter how complicated the event is, ICEC has the infrastructure to meet the needs and ensure that the conference or trade fair runs smoothly. The main ICEC building features a total of 21 meeting rooms with capacities ranging from 600 to 60
Lutfi Kirdar International Convention & Exhibition Centre (ICEC) is located in the heart of the city's business and cultural centre, allowing the traveller easy access to municipal, domestic and international transportation networks.23 km / 14.3 miles from Atatürk International Airport - (30 minutes by taxi) 5 km / 3 miles from Sirkeci train station, terminal of the Orient Express 100 m from Harbiye bus stop on the Taksim-Sisli line 500 m from Taksim Metro Station linked to the city's new underground system