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Koza Han or silk market sits in the centre of the Grand Bazaar. The market (as you would expect) is adorned with dozens of shops selling all types of silks. There seemed to be a lot of printed silk scarfs. They all seemed to be...More
I lost in this market.It is huge for me.Everything under one roof.From souvenirs to silk .The sell great scarves.Most of the seller were able to converse in limited English.And please say "enderim' for you to get discount...
Try and stay centrally so you can wonder around and visit these places like locals. It is great to see people go about their day and have a coffee, tea, chat and greet each other. These places are all central and part of the history...More
We stumbled upon this shopping area and were not disappointed. The shops are full of the most beautiful silk - the shop keepers were helpful and not pushy. Yes it is expensive but it is silk and it is much cheaper than buying in Istanbul...More
Koza Han is the famous historic market area of Bursa nearby the Great Mosque. There are a lots of gift shop, silk shops surrounded. There is a fantastic mini mosque in the center yard. You can drink Turkish coffee in the yard and feel the...More
This multi level silk market is located beside the Grand Masjid of Bursa (Ulu Cami). Beautiful old Ottoman era architecture. It has lots of varieties of silk scarves / rolls. Ground level floor is a nice place to relax sipping hot coffee and tea. Very...More
If you want to buy a silk scarf, shawl or tie, you should visit Koza Han. İt's the best place to go shopping for silk items. After shopping you can have a rest in its garden. You can drink Turkish coffee or something cold. If...More
Response from Oznurcngz | Reviewed this property |
I don't think there is a certain time for opening and closure. Because this is an open place with many shops and cafes in the middle of shops. It can be open at 9 or 10 am. Especially in summer time it stays open till 8-9... More
I don't think there is a certain time for opening and closure. Because this is an open place with many shops and cafes in the middle of shops. It can be open at 9 or 10 am. Especially in summer time it stays open till 8-9 pm. But I'm not sure about sundays.