Eminonu is a district which focuses of its own incredible richness situated in the district of Istanbul, Turkey. It is the heart of walled city of Constantine, a crossing to Golden Horn and opens the Marmara Sea through the mouth of Bosphorus. Looking straight upward the hill is the point of
. Eminonu is a district of faith because it covered the entire peninsular area of old Istanbul within the walls of medieval city.
Eminonu’s name came from the court and customs of the Ottoman houses. The sea gates on every port of Eminonu serve as the entry points of several goods such as food and trade things. The residential people living in this place are very conservative and working class. It is the district of famous landmarks, historical mosques and buildings. Aya Irini, Sultanahmet, Suleymaniye, Yeni Cami, Galata Bridge and the
are among the best view and point of destination for tourist attraction.
The area of Eminonu is covered of different foods to choose from and known as the “lokanta”, which is a complete soup, stews and hot vegetable dishes during lunch time.