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It must be one of the largest covered markets in the world. Very easy to find the way and not get lost a danger existing in other Bazaars in other places. You can buy anything. Particular large part dedicated to jewelry of all kind, e.g...More
This site constitutes the largest and oldest covered markets in the world. It's highly impressive because of its covered streets filled with small shops. At some point, things are repeated and shops buy same articles, but the architecture and the traces of sn old story behind this...More
This a massive enclosed set of streets and alleys filled with vendors selling all types of items. It is interesting to see the variety of items for sale, but some of the shopkeepers are very persistent about getting you into their store and keeping you...More
I love bazaars. You can find everything there from coffee shops to jewelry shops to sweets and souvenirs. The corridors and alleyways are endless. You can get stuffed lukums from there. A must visit. We went for a few hours and was not enough!
Many friends and relatives have told me about this market. Today I managed to visit him for the first time and I was disappointed. I was expecting an orderly, clean and traditional Turkish bazaar. The market had lost its authenticity. They were selling replicas of...More
Tourists, hawkers, and locals come together at the Grand Bazaar to comb its labyrinthine passageways in search of a bargain – be it a pair of brand name jeans, a handcrafted silk rug, or a perfectly brewed cup of tea. Outside the vast bazaar, worn, narrow streets wind their way down from its lofty perch to the southern shore of the Golden Horn, where the evocatively aromatic Spice Bazaar beckons alongside
the elegant New Mosque (opened in 1665). Nearby, the famed Galata Bridge offers pedestrian access to urban delights across the river in Istanbul’s more residential and contemporary neighborhoods, while the must-see sights of Sultanahmet are but a leisurely stroll away.