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This bazaar is more for the locals than the Yashil bazaar, which I believe is geared more toward tourists. You also have a multitude of stands with fresh produce, dried fruits and nuts, spices, and everything else you can think of, but there's also a...More
I had a bad experience while visiting the Taza Bazar.
All was good except the people who sells goods on the market, they always cheat and they never give the real price (if you are good at bargning you can pring the price down to...More
This bazar is not very clean smells of meat and fish; but includes everything like other bazars spices, jams, cheese ,caviar, fruits and vegetables. Quality of fruits was not very good. Prices are reasonable . You will find vendors forcing you to buy from their...More
This vegetable market is nearby the hotel, so had an evening visit. Nice and clean place with very friendly people like Adam Khayal who persuaded me to buy many items before leaving. Pomegranate is very sweet. Strawberry is very big and tasty also.
If you are into markets then it's worth a visit. Not really to buy anything just to walk around and take some cool pictures of the display of the shops. There's a huge language barrier if you decide to buy anything, you bargain holding a...More
If you want to buy azerbijan tea (taste great) piscatoes and the best fresh fruits and honey and local sweet
But I recommend if you take a translator with you since some tend to over price their stuff if they see foreigners
I will strongly condemned this location .
Too much price difference even after about 50% bargain.
Like I have purchase local tea at 3 manat after bargain from 5 manat
And same I have purchased from a shop in front it's entry named "final tea"...More