In the commercial area, I feel that there are more tourists than locals. But like the steep and winding alleys here.
It was fantastic historical tramway. I really like inside of that
small, coquette street, between the hotels located near Taksim square in Beyoglu, Istanbul. every street has a lot good restaurants and cafes :))
A beautiful district of Istanbul with it's small alleys, cozy cafés, restaurants, pubs and shopping possibilities.
Located on the European side of Istanbul, Beyoglu is the entertainment district of the city, with its main concentration on Istikal Avenue. The main action surely takes place there, but don't miss out on the charming cobblestone streets next to Galata Tower. There are plenty of local Turkish eateries and tea houses, as well as the occasional Turkish boutiques selling exquisite rugs, ceramics and other Turkish delights.
Most popular and most crowded shopping and entertainment area. One should visit here when in İstanbul .