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Kemeralti Market

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Kemeralti Market

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Ephesus and St. Mary's House Day Trip from Izmir

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Ephesus was once a bustling metropolis, four times the size of the Parthenon and one of the largest seaports of the ancient world. The archaeological park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is now one of Turkey’s top attractions. Get an in-depth look at the mesmerizing ruins on this comprehensive tour, which also includes a stop at the nearby House of the Virgin Mary.
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B1714D wrote a review Oct 2020
Belgrade, Serbia8,207 contributions2,180 helpful votes
This is a classic Turkish oriental bazaar you find in every Turkish city. Depending on the city's size, such is the bazaar. Being the second biggest Turkish city, Izmir hosts the same size bazaar. Izmir's bazaar is not that big and colorful as Istanbul's Kapali, but it's significantly big and you'll easily get lost there. It consists of covered and opened parts with hundreds of stalls and shops selling everything from fake fashion items and watches, to furs and leather jackets and jeans. Many small local eateries and places with byrek and squeezed juices. Definitely worth an hour or two, just watch your belongings and be ready to bargain if shopping.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Daniel H wrote a review Oct 2020
52 contributions16 helpful votes
Loads of stalls for clothing, shoes, Jewellery, fish, and anything else you may need. Be careful as there are teams of children out to pick pocket you. Ladies keep your handbags tight, gents leave your watch on the safe and hands on your wallet and phone. Still a busy market and everyone wearing masks which was reassuring. Worth a visit for sure.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dale P wrote a review Sep 2020
Warrington, United Kingdom35 contributions5 helpful votes
Absolutely massive bazaar and so easy to get lost especially in the side alleys. Great for shoppers but be prepared to be hassled from the very moment you enter. Very persistent touts who will not take no for an answer. Worth a visit though
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Date of experience: September 2020
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John W wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom41 contributions18 helpful votes
We spent a bit over an hour wandering through the Keremalti on a cloudy February. It was busy but definitely not crowded. We drove in (which was a bit tricky) and parked near Konak - needed to leave the keys as they pack the cars in and move them about to get in and out. We saw almost no other tourists (or souvenir tat) when we visited - Kemeralti felt like where the locals shop. Prices weren't marked but we didn't any attempt to overcharge us - 10TL for a pack of children's socks, 6TL for tea for two. Only a couple of shopkeepers, spotting us as tourists, tried to tout. Recommended!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Claudia Țuclea wrote a review Feb 2020
Bucharest, Romania21 contributions7 helpful votes
A busy place, full of traditional Oriental and modern shops, sellers of ice cream and freshly squeezed juices, salep and traditional sweets. An experience not to be missed.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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