The entrance of Yeni Mosque is the entrance of the market directly to the south. It is a small brick-red building, but it is very long and slender in the north-south direction. After entering the gate hole, you can see the shops on both sides, and you don’t know the spices of various colors.
The Spice Market in Istanbul is one of the most distinctive markets in the area. It is close to the Grand Bazaar, but it has now become a very touristy shopping market, with far more tourists than locals.
It is said that it is a spice market. In fact, the things sold are similar to the Grand Bazaar, carpets, scarves, and ceramic plates, and some shops have basements. The bosses will speak a few words in Chinese. Hello, come in and see how cheap my things are. In fact, it is not cheap at all. The stained glass lamps look beautiful. Look carefully at the switch plugs, which are still a few grades behind Yiwu products. Just go shopping and don't start easily.
Seeing these beautiful bottles, placed in the glass showcase, I felt like works of art.
In fact, these magical bottle shapes are filled with fragrances from Dubai~
Without Arabian essence, there would be no French perfume~~~
Must-buy souvenirs in Dubai! You can have a big-brand perfume of the same style for less than RMB 100, and the fragrance taste is stronger and longer lasting!
Spice Market-Not far from the Grand Bazaar, it is the largest and oldest spice market in Istanbul, built in the 1660s. In addition to selling all kinds of spices, it also sells other kinds of crafts, but the scale is slightly smaller, so the price will be slightly cheaper. The vendors all speak a little Chinese and greet them when they enter the door. They are very polite and friendly. They can take photos with them. They are all very generous.