Top Shopping places in Istanbul

TOP SHOPPING PLACES IN ISTANBUL

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Istanbul you can find whatever you want!

While you are here you are going to have many alternatives to do your shopping. You can choose between bazaars, street markets, shopping malls and shopping streets…

Bazaars

Bazaars

Grand Bazaar: is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with 61 covered streets and over 4.000 small shops…..a huge labyrinth!!! It is well known for the beautiful Turkish carpets, the glazed tiles and pottery, the copper and brassware, the apparels made of leather,for the hand-painted ceramics, the embroideries, the fresh spices and herbs, the glittering jewellery and all sorts of other things
Spice Bazaar: This unique spice market, also known as Egyptian bazaar, is the most famous covered shopping complex after the Grand Bazaar. It was built by Architect Kazim Aga in 1664 and hosts eighty five shops. There you can find Turkish delights and other sweets, jewellery, souvenirs, herbs, big variaty of spices, dried fruits and nuts, fresh tea, scarves, lanterns and Nargile

 

Flea markets

Flea Markets

-Hazzopulo Pasaj

-Erenkoy Sosyete Pazari

-Yesilkoy Pazari

-Bakirkoy Pazari

-Carsamba Pazari

-Eski Sali Pazari

-Bitpazari

-Findikzade Pazari

-Fatih Pazari

 

Shopping Malls

Shoping Maals

Kanyon: As a four-storey shopping center located in the financial district of Levent, the 37.500 sqm shopping center has 160 stores among which Turkey’s and the world’s most selected brands, gourmet restaurants, cafes, a health and sports club and movie halls
Istiniye Park: Located in the Istinye neighborhood of the Sarıyer district, Istinye Park has brought a new dimension to Istanbul’s shopping concept. Spread out over an area of 242.000 sqm, the shopping center offers a variety of outdoor and glass roofed indoor sections such as a green central park, Fashion District, street side shopping, a kids’ entertainment center of 1.500 sqm, Hillside Sports and Leisure Club, The Bazaar — an area inspired by historical Turkish architecture — and 12 movie halls, one of which being IMAX 3D.
Forum Istanbul: Whatever you may need, you can almost bet that you can find it in Forum Istanbul. The shopping center made its debut in 2009 and is built on an enormous area of 495.000 sq meters. About 8.000 sq meters of it is occupied by Turkey’s first gigantic aquarium Turkuazoo and the first ice museum, Magic Ice.
Galleria: Located at Bakirkoy, it has several elite stores, restaurants, movie halls, a bowling hall and a skating rink. Galleria was recognized as the world’s most outstanding mall in 1990 by the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) for sophisticated blueprint design, rapid construction, and unique structural features.
City’s: City’s concept is described as a Life Style Center. It sure deserves this stylish title, considering the variety of the stores, cafes, restaurants and the vital 24 hour six-storey parking service it provides to the populous area. It is located in Nisantasi
Akmerkez: This four-storey mall which is located in Etiler, with almost 250 stores covers an area of 180.000 sq meters. It can be easily reached by tourists and locals, thanks to their free transportation service from and to close range neighborhoods and hotels. Opened its doors in December 1993 and is open between 10 am and 10 pm every dayresh tea, scarves, lanterns and Nargile

 

Shopping Streets

Shoping Streets

-Istıklal street (city center)

-Nisantasi (Sisli)

-Aksaray

-Laleli

-Bagdat street (Kadikoy)

-Besiktas

 

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