It's just a market that sells whatever any shop sells just as little bit cheaper. There's little Turkey in the market.
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Crowded. Mainly food and cloth. Nothing very exciting, neither the wares nor the public. Any small city market in Italy or France offers more by way of smells, colors and sights.
Went first thing on a Saturday morning. Smaller market, not too crowded. It was mostly crafts and new items, no flea market tables. I preferred not dealing with piles of junk. I got some nice handmade jewelry and spices. All from very nice vendors.
Local market for all spices and food and old goods at a bit better prices ..off course we can enjoy food of all arabic countries as they have all stalls in this market ..
I like this market for the interaction and the people watching. If you're looking for old Berlin goods then I would look to the Market at Tiergarten. This is more a market for a warm day when you want to have some ethnic food, mingle...More
I was so looking forward to the Turkish markets took us an hour to get here only to be disappointed.. Majority of the traders are fruit/veg and quite a few selling food hot and cold snacks, a couple of stalls were selling hats and gloves,...More
Walking aorund the different stalls with groceries and other uninteresting things is not worth the visit for a tourist from another country. None of the food stalls appealed.
We had a great time at this market, there was great quality fruit and veg all ridiculously cheap and plenty of things to snack on along the way. Much bigger than I expected and plenty of people but this made for a great atmosphere. I...More
I intentionally went to the market with an empty belly because I knew the food would be amazing. I ate something from almost every hot food stall and couldn't decide which I liked best! I also got a Turkish coffee and fresh pomegranate and orange...More