When night falls, the ancient city of Izmir is always full of unique charm. This ancient and pure city has the prosperity of a metropolis and the tranquility of the countryside. Let people be intoxicated and linger here.
Prosperity in the ruins-Izmir's market was dug up from the hotel bed by a friend early in the morning, and mysteriously said to take me to a good place, until I got to the car, I was still confused. After getting out of the car and walking for a while, I only saw a pile of "ruins". I complained about my friends, and took me to see the ruins from a long distance. My friend led me around the "ruins" and told me it was not here. The general "ruins" here is the center of Izmir. We continued to walk a short distance and saw some very dilapidated round stone pillars and fragments. A former prosperous friend took me to find a step. We walked down the steps to the ground and walked forward through a long corridor with many arches and stone pillars. My friend said that this was once the most famous market here. It was built during the time of Alexander and was later rebuilt after a major earthquake. There used to be a three-story building where we were standing. It was very bustling back then, even more lively than Nanjing Road in Shanghai. Although there are only a few ruined walls now, some of the prosperity of the year can still be seen vaguely. As we traveled through the old market, we were attracted by the hustle and bustle of the crowd. Looking across the street, a lively market appeared in front of us. There are many small shops here, one next to the other, selling a variety of Turkish specialties, such as handmade products, silverware, carpets, etc., as well as a variety of delicious snacks. We tasted a lot of delicious foods while shopping, and we learned a lot. Full (our stomach). Opening hours: 08:00-17:00 Tickets: 8 lire/person.
Come here to take you into the Roman Century Izmir Market is an old Roman market. Although it was crushed by an earthquake, it was rebuilt later and it was still so stunning. When I visited this old market that day, there were still some vendors around. There are few people here, so it is good for taking pictures. The arches and corridors here are basically made up of some large blocks of stones, which seem to have a dilapidated feeling, but this is definitely the prosperous place in Rome at that time. There are also some very beautiful statues with Roman characteristics nearby. The craftsman must be an old artist now. Through these statues and this market, I can feel the prosperity and strength of the Roman Empire at that time. Here you can also visit the underground monuments. The remains are preserved intact, which makes me feel like traveling to the Roman century. Although there are some relics that are not open to the public, as long as you are willing to savor carefully, you can definitely find the same feeling as me. The small commodities here are very rich, some with local characteristics and ours in China, which are quite cheap and can be discounted. Although the entire scenic area is not large, you can feel the prosperity of the Roman Empire when it was alive. If you are a lover of ancient architecture, this is quite suitable for you, because there are not many tourists here, and the locals are very friendly, allowing you to enjoy it. Tips: 1. Pay attention to sun protection 2. Pay attention to the protection of historical sites 3. Ticket fee: 8 lari 4. Time: 8:30-19:005, travel in all seasons
The Izmir market was built for Alexander the Great and was destroyed by an earthquake in 178 AD, but was later rebuilt.
There are a lot of small commodities, rich in national characteristics, you can discount!