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A great place to check out Persian handicrafts and buy souvenirs. Make sure you take a photo with the old security guard. He has been there for ever. He has a big mustache wears traditional clothing and always smiling.
The architecture of this 18th century bazzar is really beautiful! All along the main gallery of bazzar you will find diffrent ahops including textile shops, spices shops, carpet shops and etc. do not forget to check the caravanserai known as serai moshir where all handicraft...More
Vakil Bazaar is quite nice. Many shops however the prices are up there. Compared to other markets (Kashan, Yadz...) the Shiraz market is much pricier. But nice to go for a walk and have a coffee or tea.
I love this place! It is always full of energy and colors, one can never be tired of walking there! Also there are different types of everything literally and the colorful spices shops are eye-catching!
This marvelous, long, and intertwined bazaar consists many shops that visitors can buy different types of Persian rugs, spices, copper handicrafts and antiques that attract the eyes of viewer....
This bazaar is cool in the summer and warm in the winter and it connects Karim-khan-zand...More
I had a great opportunity to enter the Vakil Bazaar and meet the local people.
The bazaar is roofed with huge crowds of people shopping.
At this bazaar, you will find spices, sweets, clothes, etc.
The bazaar is divided into Northern and Southern bazaar both...More