Ayasofya Caddesi ("Little Hagia Sophia
Avenue") extends from the Küçük
Ayasofya Mosque (built in the 6th century
as the Church of Saints Sergius
and Bacchus) up to
the outer buildings of the Blue
Climbing a gentle slope, it's fairly
wide as streets go in this district.
There are a number of hotels facing
the street, and others on the small
streets leading off it.
There's a fair amount of traffic on
the street during the day, but it's
much quieter at night.