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This bazaar is a lot smaller than the grand bazaar in Istanbul, but it has pretty much the same lines and possibly the fruit and veggies section is better, with a large variety of fruits that are unknown in the west. The prices are reasonable...More
This market has remnants of ancient times with a mixture of the modern. There is a wide range of products to examine enjoy and buy with the emphasis on the every day and not on the tourist. Unlike the Gand Bazaar in Istanbul you are...More
I read good reviews about this Bazar. but if you have visited Grand bazar in Istanbul and expecting the same then this is not the place for you.
this bazar is good for Carpets,silk & sweets but not good for the gift items or showpieces...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the covered bazaar. In addition to all the handmade small goods , we also found a shop that sells locally produced cheese, olives, honey, jam, etc. Best hazelnut spread we ever had and fantastic honey. And at amazing prices!!
I had only 1 hour and half to visit this bazaar in Bursa.
You can find very nice silk scarfs, souvenirs and bed linen.
It was a pleasant experience and I also bought very good sweets with chestnuts.
The prices are more acceptable than Istanbul...More
A good place to buy silk scarves, as the best ones are made in Bursa.
The people at the shops were also very friendly and helpful, and went out of their way to help you, and also engage you in conversation. Very friendly people! I...More