We had shopped at grand bazaar previous day and were disappointed to find exact Same things but much cheaper here than what we had payed after haggling in grand bazaar...
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Turkish delight. Spice. Jewelers. Repeat. Hassle hassle hassle. Over priced over priced over priced. More hassle. Eyes forward and walk fast. Should you look they are on you and won’t let go. It’s way more expensive than any other place where we saw the identical...More
This is the heart of Istambul, a merchant who has soul, sweetness, candy, nuts, dried fruit, cheeses, fish and everything you can only wish for ... enjoy and price yourself, although you can lower prices when few people than when crowd.
If you need to buy all kinds of souvenirs with very cheap prices and great coffee and spices.Don't buy from any other place. Just go there.
Turkish Delight’s real name is 'Lokum' (or Loukoumia in Greek), made from starch and sugar, with other flavorings mixed in. It had a jelly, but not quite gummy, consistency, that could get sticky if not for its sugar and outer coating. Fruit and nuts varieties...More
The place is nice and the prices always negotiable. You can get all the herbs, tea, coffee and turkish sweets from there.
We absolutely loved the lights in this bazaar. We didn't hang around long so we visited just the aisle at the main entrance! Most of shop keepers could speak in German and they did as soon as they saw us passing their shops! The only...More
Spice Bazaar known as Egyptian Bazaar is a must visit on your trip to Istanbul. They don’t just sell Spices as one would expect but host a very large variety of stores that sell everything and many shops and stall surrounding the market selling luxury...More