Kusadasi BazaarCurrently Closed
- Address: Kusadasi Koyu, 09400 Kusadasi Ayadin, Turkey
- Timings: 11:00 am - 02:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
A heaven for the lovers of shopping, Kusadasi Bazaar offers a plethora of articles such as clothes, carpets, jewelleries and ceramics. With immense scope for bargain, the visitors can afford to hoard the best. On Tuesday, the market sells fresh seasonal produce. The Wednesday market sells clothing and accessories, while the Friday market is the combination of both. Apart from shopping, the bazaar is a good way to know Turkish culture and tradition. Close to Kusadasi harbour, a visit to this bazaar is a must.
- Beware of pick pockets as they are plenty in the market.
- Minibus Station, City Centre.
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- Sirincem Restaurant
- Tat Cafe Restaurant
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38.41% of people who visit Kusadasi include Kusadasi Bazaar in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
90.83% of people start their Kusadasi Bazaar visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Kusadasi Bazaar
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kusadasi Bazaar
Absolutely brilliant place a must see the atmosphere is electric everything you need in a large area and the food is amazing.
Genuine fake clothes with very poor quality, higher prices than in shopping malls even when you have bargained. Not worth it. The turkish ice cream was very good though.
I went there 10 am n it was buzzing . Nice atmosphere n cool place . Next to a big supermarket too . N taxi to take you home after your big shopping . Brilliant
Good shopping. Tennis shoes, handbags, ceramics, etc. You need to Bargain! Also good food.
There were a lot of good deals and I got everything I needed at amazingly low prices. I have visited the bazaar several times, and although it seems to be the norm, I still cannot get accustomed to how pushy the shop keepers are. As much as I appreciate their help and insight, they tend to come off too strong.