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Grand Bazaar

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42 Sultanahmet
Istanbul, Turkey

 90 212 514 0045

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"We stayed in Sultanahmet (Best Western PLUS The President Hotel)-about 200 metres from Grand Bazaar and short distance to Beyazit tram station."  See More

"Also as a contrast to the Grand Bazaar, go to area of Ortakoy on Ortaköy Mahallesi for a smaller and more intimate look at souvenir shopping and lunch by the Bosporus."  See More

"If you like shopping, then the spice market and the Grand Bazaar are wonderful."  See More

"Here are some valuable bargaining tips for the Grand Bazaar and other shops around Istanbul."  See More

"in day 2 visit Grand Bazaar and Spice Bazaar."  See More

"You will find those Doner stalls at every touristic corner - at the Grand Bazaar, near the Sultanahmet Square (- the Imperial Hill) and of course around Taksim Square and Istiklal Caddesi street."  See More

"Could do one day seeing Topkapı Sarayı, Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque and Aya sofia and for second day would take a walk down over the Galata Bridge (maybe call into Spice Bazaar on way), pop in to the İstanbul Modern to get a contrast with old Istanbul, then up to the Galata Tower to take in the views and back via the Basilica Cistern."  See More

"Beyazıt Karakol Sk is near the Grand Bazaar."  See More

"Istanbul is walkable around the old area- Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar, Spice Market, Hagia Sophia, etc."  See More

"Day 1 - Hagia Sophia, Basilica Cistern,Blue Mosque, Hippodrome Hotel, Grand Bazaar"  See More

"Beyazıt Karakol Sk is where the Grand Bazaar is."  See More

"Rather than bottom of the list - the priority sites should be Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapı Sarayı, Spice Bazaar, Grand Bazaar, Chora Church, Galata Kulesi, Istiklal Avenue, Bosphorus Cruise and Asian side (Kadıköy/Moda Cd is best)."  See More

"walk the labyrinth of streets of the Spice Bazaar and Grand Bazaar and take in the street life."  See More

"There is little market called Sahhaflar Kitap Sarayi its sort of near Grand Bazaar."  See More

"Day 1 - Half day with My Local Guide Istanbul then Hagia Sophia and Basilica Cistern and Grand Bazaar in afternoon Or start with Ayasofya, Basilica Cistern, Blue Mosque, Hippodrome, Grand Bazaar."  See More

"Grand Bazaar, Blue Mosque."  See More

"Places must be seen in Istanbul; Sultanahmet Square area, İstiklal Ave,Taksim Square, Galata Tower, Beşiktaş, Hagia Sophia,Topkapı Sarayı, Hippodrome Hotel, Blue Mosque, Grand Bazaar, underground Basilica Cistern, Egyptian Market, etc."  See More

"Visit the Blue Mosque and museums of Hagia Sophia and Topkapı Sarayı, as well as Istanbul Hippodrome, the sunken palace of Basilica Cistern and the dazzling Grand Bazaar, Galata Tower, egyptian market, İstiklal Ave, Taksim Square, Dolmabahçe Palace( the last palace of Otomans) ."  See More

"I wouldn't bother with Grand Bazaar because you have too little time and that really is an easy place to get lost."  See More

"Grand Bazaar - not far, within walking distance from Sultanahmet you will find the huge Oriental Bazaar ."  See More

"In no particular order (3-day trip): Blue Mosque Grand Bazaar Basilica Cistern Topkapi Palace Hagia Sophia Hippodrome Hotel Istanbul Archaeology Museums Süleymaniye Mosque and Complex Spice Bazaar Bosphorus Cruise | Day Cruises | Istanbul Sightseeing Have a great trip!"  See More

"The Topkapi Palace is a walk from this other area, so perhaps a visit just to the Topkapi Palace, and the Grand Bazaar is a further walk."  See More

"Don't worry if you miss Grand Bazaar or Topkapı Palace- both are worthwhile but if you have limited time I wouldn't prioritize these."  See More

"Or see the Grand Bazaar or Spice Market."  See More

"Here's me on a speed raft coming back from swimming with wild dolphins off of Ponta Delgada, by the holy Michael Jordan statue in front of the United Center, outside the Grand Bazaar, looking out at Half Dome, on a trip to Sequioa and Kings Canyon National Park with my dad and nephew, and at Edgewood Park & Natural Preserve (where I did my first trippy self answer)."  See More

"I would recommend, Grand Bazaar, Basilica Cistern, Topkapı Palace, Blue Mosque Apart and Hagia Sophia."  See More

"Then, you can spend the afternoon in the Grand Bazaar Take the 2-hour ferry tour that cross to Asia, and have lunch in a local restaurant (meat balls a most)."  See More

"Grand Bazaar and Spice Bazaar are also very interesting to visit as long as you can accept a lot of hustle and bustle."  See More

"We really enjoyed our hotel in Sultanahmet and it has very easy walking access to Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque Apart, Topkapı Palace, Basilica Cistern, and Grand Bazaar The Sultanahmet has a wide array of hotels and hostels and you should have no problem finding a place for 50 Euro a night."  See More

"Taksim SquareTaksim Eminonu BazaarEminonu Grand Bazaar Blue Mosque Hagia Sophia Istanbul Old City Ortaköy Despite visiting above famous old town places, do not forget to visit below ones to see beautiful side of Istanbul, and shopping centers Süleymaniye Hamamı do not leave Istanbul without relaxing at one of the most famous hammams."  See More

"As many others I will also suggest you to visit the Grand Bazaar, which is the world's first known covered shopping mall."  See More

"You can't miss Hagia Sophia or Grand Bazaar or Topkapi Palace Museum."  See More

"Sightsee in the Old City - Grand Bazaar, Mosques, and Palaces."  See More

"The next day visit the Grand Bazaar and the Spice Bazaar."  See More

"For example, you can bargain as much as you can in Grand Bazaar in Istanbul or other traditional places."  See More

"Must eat pistachio turkish delight from the Grand Bazaar & try a turkish coffee."  See More

"learned some great tips on my trip to the Grand Bazaar from personal shopper, Kathy Hamilton."  See More

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