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What a lovely walkway of markets. The typical post card setting of Turkish market stalls.
It has an array of items ie ornamental knives, souvenirs, pottery, jewellery, mirrors, towels etc.
If you plan on going on a Gallipoli tour, it is recommended that you purchase...More
This is a mini bazaar with just two rows of shops. It is less crowded compared to the bazaars in Istanbul, and vendors here are also less pushy. Price is generally reasonable, at least 30% cheaper than Istanbul. For example, a magnet can be bought...More
It is sad to see that this historic shopping alley/inn is occupied with souvenier shops of very low quality. The pieces you might be interested are very poorly created like a little kid made them when in pre school. There is nothing else really in...More
This indoor bazaar is basically one long corridor lined with traders selling bowls, ceramics, scarves, souvenirs, Turkish Delight and other goodies. The sign above the doorway is in Arabic, Hebrew and French, revealing the market's colourful history.