It is one of the most populous districts of Istanbul. Esenyurt is neighbours with Başakşehir, Avcılar, Beylikdüzü, Büyükçekmece and Arnavutköy districts on the European side.
Esenyurt district, which is directly over TEM and E5 highways, is very important in terms of transportation. Likewise, Esenyurt has been in serious demand in recent years, as the metro bus line passes through the district boundaries. According to the latest census, the population of the district is around 960 thousand.
Considering the area of 27 square kilometres, we can say that this population is extremely dense compared to Istanbul in general. In addition to all these, many new real estate projects have risen in the district with the effect of the district’s investments in recent years.
These real estate projects, which appeal to different investors, especially draw the attention of foreign capital owners who want to invest in Istanbul.
History of Esenyurt
At the beginning of the 19th century, one of the important Ottoman pashas, Ekrem Ömer Pasha’s farm was located in the area where farmworkers were generally living in those years. In the first years of the republic, the local population from the Balkan regions was settled in the region, also called Eşkinoz Farm.
In particular, between 1938 and 1920 Flat area settled by migrating to Turkey from Romania and Bulgaria has been used more as a rural settlement in isolating himself from Istanbul this year.
In the 1967s, the name of the settlement was named Esenyurt today, so the foundations of the administrative structure related to the settlement were laid at this time. In 2008, it separated from Büyükçekmece district of Istanbul and merged with another big town, Kıraç Town, and obtained the district status.
Places to Visit in Esenyurt
Among the places to visit in Esenyurt, there are places such as Şehitler Park and Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Park, which are among the important city parks of the city. These park areas are generally forested and isolated from the noise of the city. They are among the important green areas of Istanbul.
These parks are places that attract the attention of both district residents and visitors from outside. In addition to all these, facilities such as Marmara Park and Torium Shopping Mall, which are important centres of social life in the district, are among the social areas that draw the attention of visitors.
Food & Beverage Places and Restaurants in Esenyurt
Esenyurt, one of the most populous areas of Istanbul, is an extremely cosmopolitan district where people from different cultures live. In this context, restaurants and restaurants are representing different cultures among the eating and drinking venues in Esenyurt.
Black Sea restaurants and kebab houses are frequently encountered within the borders of Esenyurt, especially after the 90s, due to the intense immigration from the Black Sea and Eastern Anatolia Region. Likewise, fast food chains are also very common in the district, which hosts important shopping centers such as Torium Shopping Mall.
The Black Sea Cuisine
Chains of Fast Food
Pastry Shops and Confectioners
Anatolian Cuisine and Home Cooking