Topkapi is located on the European side of Istanbul, and it is one of the closest areas to the city center.
It has an area of about 17 square kilometers, and its population exceeds half a million people, and it includes 57 neighborhoods.
The area was named this name due to the presence of Topkapi Palace in it, the largest of Istanbul's palaces which was the residence of the Ottoman Sultans, which attracts many tourists to visit it.
Topkapi district belongs to Fatih municipality, and it is one of the largest and most famous municipalities in the heart of Istanbul.
Fatih district has a cultural and historical character, which made it distinct from the rest of Istanbul.
It is located near Topkapi, the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, and it is one of the important tourist places in Istanbul, which visitors to the city must visit.
Fatih area includes more than 20 museums, and about 300 mosques and religious landmarks, including the Fatih Mosque.
As for education and educational services, Topkapi area includes many public and private schools and universities, including Istanbul University and Medipol University.
For entertainment and shopping centers, it is located near Topkapi Historia Mall, which includes many different shops, various stores, restaurants, cafes, and more.
Also, in the area there are popular markets that attract tourists and city residents with the finest Turkish goods.