Eyüpsultan is a large area located in the center and north of European Istanbul, extending to the shores of the Black Sea. It shares Belgrade Forest and parks with the Sariyer area and lies along the E-80 international road. Eyüpsultan is known for its natural charm, including the Göktürk area. It is home to various tourist, religious, and spiritual attractions, such as the Sahabi Abu Ayyub al-Ansari Mosque, the Golden Horn Bay, the Café Pierre Loti Hill, and the Ayub tourist cable car. Eyüpsultan has direct access to Istanbul city centers, particularly Taksim and Şişli.