Nicosia Open Market

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Thomas K
Copenhagen, Denmark680 contributions
Solo
Only the Greek side was open for me due to Corona. Lots of shops and cafes. Many nice people. A must in Nicosia
Written August 30, 2020
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Wabel I
Amman, Jordan25 contributions
Very nice and cozy market. Safe and clean. Lots of dining options. Various walking directions. Recommended.
Written November 27, 2019
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Sally C
Fleet, UK148 contributions
Couples
Did not enjoy this trip. We spent total of 5hr on a coach with only 3 hrs to look round. The market was interesting all the little streets, but most selling same things. Glad I went but dont think I would visit again. And on the main street lots of shops we have at home. Bit disappointed.
Written October 9, 2019
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basil609
Nicosia, Cyprus40 contributions
Friends
Good to buy some of the things you need 😊

It is very nice 👍👌 colorful 👌 and acceptable 👌 prices for each other..I spent a lot of time with student..and friends
Written August 14, 2019
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Kobina Hagan
29 contributions
Solo
This old market has lots of local items. It is crowded both on the Greek and Turkish sides but the atmosphere is solid, you'll love it.
Written July 3, 2019
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tinkle_24
Northampton, UK1,474 contributions
Couples
Not all the fruit and veg is cheaper than supermarkets, also stall holders are not too keen you buy small quantities but they are quite willing to have a chat and try to sell their produce. Very colourful with the displays.
Written February 27, 2019
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Bajada S.
Island of Gozo, Malta31 contributions
Friends
I went to Nicosia for only one day, so I had not enough time to go all around the place. I spent half my time in the Greek side and the other half in the Turkish side, mostly where the market was. The latter was full of stalls and small shops selling named brands clothes, and all kinds of home produce. Prices are cheap. Not attractive places to eat, On the Greek side there are also many shops and stalls with Greek products, mostly vegetables. An interesting experience..
Written December 25, 2018
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Hanan C
California643 contributions
Solo
If you are staying in Nicosia for a few days you must visit the Open Market where vendors sell local produce and goods. Some are people coming from villages who sell olives, fetta, and kolokassi. While there is not a lot of variety between stands, you can taste local traditions and enjoy the bustling market. Prices are cheaper than in a grocery store but quality varies.
Written September 19, 2018
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gillie007
York, UK33 contributions
Family
We visited Nicosia for the day whilst staying on the Greek side of Cyprus, as you walk through the Greek side approaching the border point you will notice all the modern shops and cafes, however, once you are through to the Turkish side you notice a marked difference, no new shops here, no fancy cafes, lots of stalls selling hand made goods, lots of places selling 'named brands' not so professionally done. Lots of lovely little places to eat. Very cheap to buy things at the moment with the lira so low, I suggest changing a little stirling to buy souveners, it goes a long way
Written September 16, 2018
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Brannon Wheeler
Davidsonville, MD196 contributions
Couples
Great produce, dried fruits, nuts, pasta, vegetables, bakery items, and don’t miss the jams and farm-made wines.
Written May 23, 2018
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