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This market seems authentic. There is a nice atmosphere. It will only take fifteen to twenty... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Tel Aviv, Israel
Covered bazar inside the old citadel, not changed in time. Condiments, fish, meat on others

The covered bazar has not changed in time, and will allow you to relive shopping in the middle... read more

Reviewed 11 February 2018
Oscar G
Haifa, Israel
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The Turkish Bazaar in the old district of Acre , is one of the oldest covered art and find dining markets in the world. A comprehensive restoration project that took place in 2011 , renewed its infrastructures and turned it into one of the major...more
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Turkish Bazaar in Acre was a really interesting and enjoyable local bazaar. Some stalls just for tourists, but largely a market for locals it is great to mingle with people and see them go about their daily lives.

Thank huwcar
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This market seems authentic. There is a nice atmosphere. It will only take fifteen to twenty minutes to walk through.

Thank JoeKemchi
Reviewed 1 June 2018

Acre's Turkish Bazaar needs some TLC, rather than the aroma of spices...all I can see and smell is the dead fish inners

Thank kcipielewski
Reviewed 19 May 2018

What more can you ask for when it's 100 degrees out and you are in need of a drink, food all the while within an area the Templars and Hospitaliers once walked. No smells, clean, and not pushy

1  Thank Mocurlylulu
Reviewed 11 February 2018

The covered bazar has not changed in time, and will allow you to relive shopping in the middle ages, condiments, fish, food, utensils all in the same bazar. A middle ages shopping mall.....

3  Thank Oscar G
Reviewed 1 February 2018

When I was there, it was empty. Probably due to the time of year, but it seems tourism was on a decline and many stores were closed. Still a nice area to visit

Thank SwedeinUSA
Reviewed 25 December 2017

This place sounded so much better than it looked. We were expecting something exotic, but it was filled with typical stuff that you can get most everyplace else in Israel.

Thank dlelonek
Reviewed 21 December 2017

one if not the only Oriental Bazaars that maintained its flavor and relevance, so many colors smells and sounds that cannot leave you indifferent , a true thrilling experience.

Thank nathan l
Reviewed 1 November 2017

The colours & smells of the Bazaar are wonderful. You can eat falefel, shisklik or all those sweet delights. Spices, fish & fruits what a wonderful display of goods. Items for the home, gorgeous artisans works, such a great experience.

Thank ilanastone
Reviewed 28 October 2017

The old turkish bazaar in Acre is in the old city, in quite narrow streets and is part of the visit to this citu. It is a place to enjoy the oriental food and other items sold or just look around.

Thank Danny S
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