Grow into Istanbul's prominent and most preferred center, hosting a diverse range of national and international events, and offer a flawless customer experience with its technology infrastructure.
Pioneer in turning Istanbul into a major international destination in the congress, meeting and event industry, and contribute to the economies of the city and the country, as well as to the development of society and culture.
"People" are the most fundamental value of Haliç Congress Center.
- Embraces its job
The only congress center on the shores of Istanbul
Haliç Congress Center is a privately-owned enterprise whose land is owned by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. The Center opened its doors to the national and international meeting industry with the 5th World Water Forum in 2009. It hosts events that are worthy of the brand value of Istanbul, the fastest developing and most preferred destination in recent years in the congress, meeting and event industry.
The only center of its kind on the shores of Istanbul, Haliç Congress Center brings aesthetics, flexibility and color to events with its completely sun-lit and spacious galleries and foyers that boast access to the seafront and original architecture. It fulfills a crucial mission for our city by hosting a wide range of events, including international congresses and meetings, fairs and exhibitions, cocktail receptions and gala dinners, wedding ceremonies, film galas, and culture and art events.
The 102,000-square meter Haliç Congress Center boasts 16,000 square meters of outdoor area, a seating capacity ranging from 219 to 3,004 people, five state-of-the-art auditoriums, connecting foyer and gallery areas totaling 9,172 square meters, and 23 multi-purpose halls with seating capacities ranging from 50 to 850.
Haliç Congress Center is the preferred choice due to the attention paid to service quality, its technological infrastructure equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, its team of seasoned and professional staff, its seafront and outdoor event areas, and its capacity to host multiple events simultaneously.