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From Eminonu square with the tram it's two stops to reach and can also be done by walking.
Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to bargain prices which is possible and see a lot of duplicates.
From clothing, dishes, carpets, jewellery, Turkish delight, teas, souvenirs...More
It’s a nice place to see: the architecture, the hustle and bustle of the market place and the seemingly endless streets filled with shops. But personally, I didn’t buy anything here cause there was just so much to choose from. I hear it’s a good...More
If you are after a jewel then this is the place to come or some spices or a bracelet, a lot of the items will
Be fakes but they also come with cheaper prices, be aware that you have to haggle here as the prices...More
Found some great bargains, however it did require a lot of haggling. Go to a few shops and get an idea of prices for items then haggle. It's easy to get lost as the alleys all look the same. Toilets are by the entrance and...More
The Grand Bazaar is a great place to experience a true Turkish culture. The people are friendly you can sample different Turkish lokum. If you are looking for old town experience you will find it here, if you are looking for deals and discounts best...More
This bazaar is situated near the city center in front of the big mosque. Here you can find good souvenirs on normal prizes. Better not buy baklava and lokum from here. There is a better choice just across the street
Bought 3 boxes of Baclava all with mold, the expiry date was still good however when opened the boxes all 3 were with mold and not good to eat. Also bought a jar with honey, when open it at home realized it wasn’t honey, only...More