Big Bazaar - the meaning of a big market. Istanbul's Big Bazaar is located in the center of the city. It is one of the largest and oldest Bazaar in the world. It is said that there are more than 4400 stores around it. There are many busy people coming into Istanbul. Everything in Turkey, even in East and West Asia can be bought here. They all said: If you haven't been to Big Bazaar, you won't have been to Turkey. You have to bargain when you buy here, or you can't negotiate.
Istanbul's largest market is located in a busy downtown area. It's hard to imagine a market in the city is so big that it's easy to get lost like a labyrinth. There are several main commodities here: gold and silver jewelry, clothes, hats, bags, lamp carpets, spices, dried fruit, craft souvenirs. It seems that walking is more interesting than shopping, but remember to bargain when you look at the device!
It's about fifteen minutes'walk from the old city, two stops away. It's a historic market where all kinds of Turkish carpets, jewelry and crafts are sold. But the price is generally more expensive than outside, the bargaining space is very large, the quality does not know how, we just bought a few bracelets here, vendors will be very enthusiastic to say hello to you in Chinese, promote their products, you can feel the atmosphere of the market.
Bazaar, a Uygur language, means a market or a farmer's market. It spreads all over Xinjiang's urban and rural areas. Xinjiang is located in the middle of the Silk Road, a trade channel between China and the West. People of all ethnic groups, especially Uygurs, have a tradition of emphasizing, advocating and doing business.
Kapali Carsi, also known as Grand Bazaar. In Islamic, Bazaar means a market, and Istanbul's Great Bazaar is one of the largest indoor markets in the world. There are many carpet shops in it. It's extraordinarily expensive! A small square foot piece, 3000 yuan. Dollar!
A poet once described Turkey as a fierce horse coming from Asia and crashing into the European continent. " In fact, I have never been so, inexplicably and irrevocably began this interesting journey to Turkey. It wasn't the destination I had longed for for for a long time, and I hadn't done too much preparation for it. It seemed like fate and plunged into its arms. However, after leaving, it took away the indelible feelings and infatuation. For those who love to measure the world with their feet, this is absolutely a place to go all their lives.
Grand Bazaar GRAND BAZAAR was meant to be a market with roofs. It originated in a small stone trading area surrounded by balustrades during the period of the conqueror Mohammed. Later, more and more businessmen asked to join and built roofs and corridors for their own shops, so that no matter what the weather was like, people could trade comfortably and fearlessly in this roofed shop. For centuries it has been the city centre of Istanbul and the largest market in the region. Covered by a typical Turkish vault, the bazaar spans seven or eight blocks vertically and horizontally. There are more than 4,000 shops, several kilometers of access, mosques, banks, police stations, restaurants and so on. It's like a huge maze of bazaars.