Istanbul Egyptian Bazaar
The Spice Bazaar is one of the most established shopping areas in Istanbul. Due to the building structure, the tourist bazaar has become one of the commercial centers. This bazaar, which is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year in the Eminonu district of Istanbul, is one of the must-see places in Istanbul.
Egyptian Bazaar Informations
The Egyptian Bazaar is famous for all kind of spices. The bazaar, where all kinds of spices and traditional delicacies are served, meets you with delicious scents.
There are a total of six doors in the market. Spices and herbs, believed to be a panacea, were sold throughout history.
The Egyptian Bazaar, which was built as part of the Yeni Camii Külliye during the period it was built, remains one of the most vibrant spots of Istanbul for centuries, with a variety of products ranging from the Balkans to Europe, from the Northern Mediterranean to the Arabian Peninsula.
Egyptian Bazaar visiting hours 2019
Opening: Every day 8:00 AM Closing: 19:30
Opening: Saturdays 8:00 Closing: 20:00
Opening: Sundays 9:30 Closing: 19:00
Closed Days: All religious holidays are closed. How to get Egyptian Bazaar?
The Spice Bazaar, located in Rüstem Paşa Quarter of Fatih, is located in the immediate vicinity of the Eminonu New Mosque. You can get off at the Eminonu stop with the T1 tram and walk for a few minutes.
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