An extraordinary location even for Europe’s most extraordinary city…
Ravouna stands on Istiklal Street which runs through todays Beyoğlu in the area that was called Pera and since the 18th century Taksim. Pera, bordered to the northeast by Tophane, to the east by Cihangir and the West by Kasımpaşa, when it was founded had a panoramic view of the Uskudar countryside and the Great Palace. It is known that the name Pera comes from “yonder “or “the other side of” in Greek. Throughout history Pera has been both socially and culturally one of the most prestigious neighbourhoods. We invite you to live the story of Ravouna that started in 1894 in Pera while tasting our delicious coffee.
Ravouna is located in Pera, the favourite location for consulates and centre of cultural wealth, surrounded by art, entertainment and shopping facilities and only steps from seaport and metro station. The Ravouna Building stands on Istiklal Street between Galatasaray and Tunel, right next to the Dutch Consulate. At the weekends the pedestrian traffic here reaches 3million.
From the front Ravouna has views of the Dutch Consulate and Istiklal Street and from the second floors to the terrace views of the exceptional Old City, Bosphorus and Golden Horn. Also seen from the terrace are St. Antuan church, Topkapı Palace, Sultanahmet Mosque, the Maiden’s Tower.