Eminonu port in Istanbul... the most important tourist destinations in the city:

Istanbul is the largest and most important Turkish city, and its importance comes from several factors and reasons, including its possession of all elements of beauty from historical buildings, service development, and a distinctive location in addition to its enjoying a picturesque nature in which all the features of beauty combine with seas, forests, hills, gardens and others.

In addition, Istanbul is the economic capital of the country where trade and investment activities are active in many and varied fields and more than in other Turkish cities, making it the first destination for businessmen and foreign investors in addition to being a favorite destination for tourists from different countries of the world.

The fact that the city of Istanbul is located on the Bosporus strait, which connects the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara, makes it possesses several ports, the most important of which is the Eminonu Port of Istanbul.

Eminonu Port in Istanbul:

The Eminonu Port is located in the center of the Fatih area on the Gulf of the Golden Horn in the European section of Istanbul and is one of the historical ports where it dates back to the Byzantine era where the area surrounding the Eminonu region was considered the center of the rule of the Byzantine Empire

In the Ottoman era, the Eminonu port became a commercial port for loading and transporting goods, and in the modern era, that is, after the founding of the Turkish Republic, the whole area was modernized as the bridge and the port were restored.

Today, Eminonu Port is considered one of the most important tourist destinations in Istanbul, as the Eminonu Istanbul area includes many important historical and tourist attractions such as the Hagia Sophia Museum, Topkapi Palace, Sultan Ahmed Mosque, the new mosque, Gulhane Park, the most beautiful parks in Istanbul in addition to many important government buildings in it such as the governor's office and the main headquarters To the University of Istanbul.

One of the most important features of the Eminonu port today is the fishermen who spread along the bridge. There are also stalls selling fish bread, which is a popular historical food in Turkey and is closely related to the Eminonu port in Istanbul.

And the fun in Eminonu does not end, as it continues from morning until evening, as you can visit the many tourist and recreational places adjacent to it, the most important of which are the Grand Bazaar or the Closed Market, the Egyptian Market and Sultan Ahmed Square

In the evening, you can sit in one of the cafes located on the Gulf coast, which all enjoy a fascinating view of Istanbul, its strait, its bridges and the historic Galata Tower.

How to reach the port of Eminonu in Istanbul?

As Eminonu is a prestigious area, transportation to it is many and well available from various regions of Istanbul, where it can be reached with one of the following ways:

You can go to the Eminonu port from the Fatih area or Sultan Ahmed by tramway and get off at the Eminonu station

You can also go to it from Taksim Square, either by buses that run from the station under the square and which goes directly to the minonu area or by going to the Kabatas area by metro and then you can go to the Eminonu by tramway

There is also in the port of Eminonu, a ferry port that goes to the Asian side of the city, and there are ships that carry out tourist trips within the Bosporus Strait to get to know the most important features of Istanbul.

As for living in the Eminonu district, which is located in the Fatih district of Istanbul, it is suitable for lovers of housing near the city center and the most important areas

Istanbul properties in Fatih area is distinguished by its variety and suitable for everyone in terms of tastes and prices, as it has normal buildings, independent houses as well as high-end residential complexes, and the prices of properties in them are considered medium and acceptable looking at its strategic location in the city and its tourism and historical importance

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