The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey is mainly tourists, and the price is not cheap. The Grand Bazaar in Izmir is affordable. Of course, you can bargain. I bought some Turkish sweets in it.
Kezra Hashan Grand Bazaar is the busiest market in Izmir. The goods here include jewelry, food, small commodities, etc. There are many tourists who come here every day. Both locals and tourists like to come here. Shopping here has local Islamic characteristics.
Kezrahasham Bazaar is the most important Grand Bazaar in Izmir. The Grand Bazaar’s market is very large. There are about hundreds of vendors gathered in it, whether it is snacks or daily necessities, to clothing, shoes and hats You can find them here, and here you can buy many handicrafts with Turkish characteristics. They are definitely souvenirs that gather tourist commemorative significance and are very worth buying.
Kezra Hasham Bazaar is a historic bazaar, a miniaturized version of Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, but it is not so crowded. There is a wealth of goods here. Wool scarves, refrigerator magnets, and mugs with the Turkish flag are all good and cheap souvenirs. There is a lot of room for bargaining here. Don't forget.
It's a very historic market, it is an Ottoman building. There are many greeting guests here, and the price is still good. You can bargain for a stroll and buy some small things. Nice place.