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Nice market if you want to buy some souvenirs, I find shop owners will like you shop at you own pace than Grand Bazzar in Istanbul, good price with better atmosphere, don’t forget go upstairs for those antiques shops.
The bazaar has been the heart of Izmir for hundreds of years. Although it has changed over the years, still carries touches of the bygone eras. You can find anything from yummy food to fabric, jewellery, towels, coffee ☕️ fortune readings in the bazaar. Kuzlarağası...More
An street area market, not far from the Clock Tower square, with plenty of shops offering a significant variety of articles, from jewelry, clothes, bags, etc., etc.…. You can also find lots of small and mid size eateries as well as places where to get...More
When you visit İzmir, first you must see Kemeraltı Bazaar. You can discover many things on narrow streets. Full of ancient buildings. You can shop safely. And also you must visit Kızlarağası Han. Full of joy in Kemeraltı.
Stumbled upon the market by pure accident, wondering about after visiting the Clock-Tower. Bargains galore with so much on offer. Mostly fake brand names, but, hey who cares if you can buy 5 fakes for the price of 1 original. Plenty of nooks and crannies...More
I have stayed at Hilton, but hated it. There is Swiss Hotel, but it is a little pricey. I do not know other hotels in Konak. Antalya is very far, so is Fethiye. Four day is not enough. In fact, four day wasn't... More
I have stayed at Hilton, but hated it. There is Swiss Hotel, but it is a little pricey. I do not know other hotels in Konak. Antalya is very far, so is Fethiye. Four day is not enough. In fact, four day wasn't enough for us just for the city of Izmir. Fethiye is about 8 hours round trip from Izmir. Antalya is about 12 hours round trip from Izmir, and Pamukkale is about 6 hours round trip. I have not been to Pamukkale.
I would suggest Fethiye because,I have been to Antalya and it is so hot and dry.
I like Fethiye better. Its quieter than Antalya and nature is beautiful. I have not been to Pamukkale as there isn't much to see besides the natural formations of rocks. I hope this helps.
For reference; We have rented a taxi to Ephesus in Selcuk which is about an hour away. This trip has cost us 600 Turkish Lira round trip.
Kemeraltı is an old bazaar located at 6 - 7 streets of the centrum of the city. All of the shops are open during the week and saturdays, between ~ 09:00 -18:00 , but on sundays only some of the shops are open.