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Only go here if you know what you are doing, we asked for 200g of mixed spices and were advised 50 lira, I got them down to 30,however a local was advised only 10 lira for the same straight away. They know who is local...More
I visited Turgutreis with my husband and daughter two days ago. First of all, you don’t need an organized tour to get there. Just grab a taxi and go. Much cheaper and easier since you can spend as much time as you want and honestly,...More
Turgutreis market is nothing like Antalya market in size but don’t give it a miss. Give yourself around 3 to 4 hours tops here, it’s more than enough time to walk around the main clothes and trinket stalls. The food market is more based in...More
Noisy Turgutreis Bazaar (only on Saturdays) full of tourists is divided into two parts- one part- mainly fake clothes, handbags, souvenirs etc. and in the second part is food (spices, fresh fruit and vegetable,nuts, dry fruit, tea etc.). A lot of annoying salesmen with who...More
Did a day trip here from gumbet hearing good reviews. It was pretty disappointing actually. Overpriced fakes galore. I brought three fake leather designer handbags and they wanted 3000lira (500 quid) i laughed and haggled them down to 300lira with ease. They were good quality...More
Had a great time at this market! It was a little bit daunting at first and the stall holders do try to get your attention a lot to buy things but there are lots of good “genuine fakes” to find and if you’re up for...More
This market stretches all through the town each Saturday morning. You can find everything you need from fruit and vegetable to souvenirs. The clothing is very good as now there seems to be more locally produced things not just ripoff brands. The pottery is also...More