Sample the Turkish delights of Bazaar shopping

If you have recently moved to Turkey after buying a property in Turkey especially in the Bodrum area, you can acquaint yourself with true Turkish culture and experience a Turkish Bazaar.

Turkish bazaars offer an alternative and guilt free shopping experience and can be found in most Turkish towns but are very common in Bodrum, Fethiye and Marmaris.

Bazaars are networks or streets of shopping markets with food stalls, clothes stalls and shops selling traditional trinkets or extravagant carpets; Bazaars pretty much have anything you can imagine.

Some of the best things about shopping at a Turkish bazaar are that it helps horn your haggling skills not to mention an opportunity to experience Turkish culture at its best with the array of aromas that permeate the air and the range of colours that attract attention.

For Expats in Bodrum, you can catch Bodrum’s fabric bazaar on Tuesdays and the food bazaar on Fridays; it is definitely a chance to sample and buy some of the local and freshly sourced produce.

Marmaris’ bazaar also has plenty of the country’s iconic and favourite delicacies; it is the place to go for sweets with all kinds of flavours and colours creating some eye-catching displays.

A Turkish bazaar is not an event to be missed so Expats should check it out.

 

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