Kemeralti Market, Izmir

About Kemeralti Market, Izmir

Kemeralti Market, Izmir - Address

Address: Izmir, Turkey

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 08:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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This is a legendary market set right in Izmir’s heart. The colours of the market, the goodies and the awesome deals are sure to enthral the shopaholics. Drop in for leather goods, clothing and jewellery. Relish the Turkish delights and great coffee in any of the delightful cafes on the Bazaar.

The bazaar also is a home to city’s largest mosque: Hisar Camii which is also worth observing. The blue and gold motifs on the ceilings are just plain awesome!

A great hangout in Izmir!

Kemeralti Market Information

  • Shop here and do not forget to bargain!

How To reach Kemeralti Market by Public Transport

  • Taxi
  • On Foot

Restaurants Near Kemeralti Market

  • Mersi Cafe
  • Melemen

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  • A very big shopping area in Izmir. you can find everything and the best part is that each street of it is specialized in a certain item.

  • Historical place, too crowded. You can find almost everything but the quality is not everywhere good enough. Spend a whole day, Though you can easily be lost because the streets are similar to each other

  • A super large traditional market. We need at least two days to visit all the shopping areas.

  • There should be more clean toilets at hand and waste bins aren't used either. Else it is just a perfect place to see a Turkish market live.

  • Another must see in Izmir. You need omnly to walk with the crowd. Shop after shop. Every step in these streets is showing you another part of Anatolian life and behaviors.

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