Beyoglu district is located on the European side of Istanbul, near the most important areas in the city, such as Sisli, the business center, banks and commercial centers, the famous tourist area of Taksim, with its square and Istiklal Street, and Kagithane, the ideal alternative for investment near the city center, and Eyup area of Islamic character and urban areas, and the tourist area of Besiktas near the Bosphorus.
The most famous neighborhoods in Beyoglu district are Karakoy neighborhood, Tophane, Cihangir, Şişhane, Tepebaşı, Tarlabaşı, Dolapdere and Kasim Pasa.
Beyoglu district is famous for its Galata Tower, Turkey's oldest towers, which dates back to 1500 years, and the tower consists of 9 floors, with a balcony overlooking the Bosphorus, the Golden Horn and the entire city of Istanbul.
Beyoglu area is a vital area where Taksim Square and Istiklal Street are located, Istanbul's most famous tourist destinations, and it is the most important shopping street in Istanbul that includes shops of the most famous international brands, in addition to restaurants, cafes and attractions, such as Madame Tussauds Istanbul and the famous Red Tramway in Taksim, libraries, theaters, cinemas, art and entertainment centers, and others.
As for transportation, the metro line passes through Beyoglu area, and it can also be reached by public buses.
As for education, Beyoglu district is rich in various international schools in addition to Turkish schools, including: Galatasaray High School, German School in Istanbul, St.George Austrian High School, Saint Paul Sherry High School in Istanbul, and Italian Liceo School.
Many public and private universities are located near Beyoglu, such as: Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts, Fatih University, Istanbul University, Galatasaray University, Bosphorus University in Besiktas, and Kadir Has University.