Second place to visit in izmir. Find touristic rugs and sveniours. Drink traditional turkish coffee. The prepation is original. The name is coffee on the sand.
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You can easily get lost in this labyrinthine bazaar but that's all part of the rich & colourful experience of this historic and charming place. Whatever you're looking for you'll find here, guaranteed, and at prices hard to believe. Don't be put off by some...More
This is a very nice bazaar (a historical 16th century shopping mall). We wanted to drink a Turkish coffee and enjoy this lovely historical place. Unfortunately, the coffee shop workers were very 'persistent' to invite us to their location, we rather ran away from that...More
It is center of Izmir with traditional shops and services. You may find almost everything you need. Gifts, typical local restaurants, butcher shops, toy store, fish market, cheese market and especially coffee shops. It whole another atmospher in center of the city.
If you're in Izmir for just a short while, this is the place to go for small souvenirs and presents to bring home. I love shopping here, especially for cheap jewellery. Upstairs you can find great carpet shops. They are reasonable and up for bargaining....More
This is the most historical place left in Izmir, good to surround by historical ambiance, drink a cafe and eat local foods. If you are near to Kordon in Izmir, you have to visit this historical place to drink a Turkish cafe. Also don't forget...More
Impressively cheap and fresh fish restaurants, open air turkish coffe in the center of an old bazaar. Building was an old hotel for travellers of Silk Road...now waiting for you as a historical eyewitness. Close to the seaside for a perfect sunset in Izmir Bay.
Revisited this bazaar a week ago and it still manages to create an atmosphere of awe and amusement. There is no slow day or slow season here as it is visited more by locals than tourists and is opened six days a week. Some districts...More