Fatih area in Istanbul's largest neighborhood on the European side, where you can sense the history and study the Islamic Ottoman culture, which lasted around 8500 years. Visitors to Fatih will be able to relive Istanbul's Islamic conquest through ancient streets and districts. Faith in Istanbul is situated on a high point within the walls of Constantinople, in the center of the old city. Fatih area is the best spot for Arabic trade and lodging for people who like to remain in a spiritual environment. It is becoming a popular location for Arabic visitors in Turkey.
The Grand Bazaar, commonly known in Turkish as "Kapalicarsi," or "Covered Market," is located in Beyazit, Istanbul. It is a covered market and an unending maze, and it is one of the must-see tourist attractions. The Grand Bazaar attracts thousands of people each day and serves as a selling point for old and new merchandise. It is similar to a mosaic museum and has cultural, historical, and tourism importance for Istanbul and Turkey.
The "Egyptian Market" got its name because merchants used to bring their commodities from Egypt, including spices, coffee, and cereals. Istanbul's second-largest market is located in Eminonu near the New Mosque. The market's stone floor, ornate domes, and historic walls, along with embellished Ottoman items, bright lamps, and silver and copper antiquities, create an appealing feeling of fantasy for visitors.
It is located in Fatih, Istanbul's most well-known district. The mosque's name comes from the Prophet's coat; peace be upon him. Sultan Selim I, who reigned from 1512 to 1520, took this coat to Istanbul in 1516 and stored it in a unique spot. Hundreds of tourists and Turks go to the Hirka-i Serif Mosque every Ramadan to see the Prophet's coat, which has become a Ramadan rite for Muslims.