Fasil Pleasure at Kumkapi
Kumkapı, which was formed as a fishing village in the Byzantine period, has imbedded in history as the place where Sultan Murat IV banned alcoholic beverages. In the period of Ottoman Empire, unaccommodating non-Muslim citizens settled in Kumkapı. The neighborhood still maintaining its characteristic of being a place of pleasure is one of the most important tourist attractions of Istanbul. Especially the tables set outside in summer months, the colorful lights of the restaurants, the belly dancer and the musicians will make you experience an unforgettable night. If you want to eat, drink and have fun at the same time, the address is: Kumkapı!