Numbers are limited to 15 on this small-group tour, ensuring you’ll enjoy personalized attention from your guide.
- 3.5-hour shopping tour of Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar led by an expert local guide
- Avoid getting lost in this world-famous souk and seek out the best stalls and shops
- Learn how to haggle like a local and find a bargain
- Shop for authentic Turkish keepsakes like locally crafted jewelry, or alabaster pots
- Small-group tour with a maximum of 15 people ensures a more personalized experience
What You Can Expect
Avoid getting lost in its crazy mazes by exploring every little nook and cranny with your expert local guide on your 3.5-hour walking tour. Catering to every possible shopping whim, the Grand Bazaar is home to nearly 4,000 shops and stalls, selling eye-catching jewelry, intricately woven rugs, hand-painted ceramics and just about everything else you can imagine! While strolling around, your guide will explain some of the market’s fascinating history and point out all the must-visit stalls.
Thriving restaurants, cafes and food traders are sandwiched between the market’s many shops and stalls, so there's plenty of opportunity to grab a Turkish coffee, tea or even find a bite to eat (own expense) as you shop.
Join in the banter with the market traders and learn how to barter for the very best prices. Your friendly guide will teach you all the tips to bag a bargain, so shop 'til your heart is content, knowing that any purchases are at a fair price. Your tour finishes in the market – ideal if you want to continue shopping and browsing at leisure.
extremely knowledgable and personal guide who took me all over the Grand Bazaar to see things I would never have found on my own. Yuke also helped me by teanslating my bank problem to the person in charge.
A most enjoyable experience in evry respect.
This small group tour turned into me having my own private guide as I was the only one on it. It was fantastic as my guide showed me some great stores and told me what is locally made (which is very little) and the stuff not to buy. We went to a lovely coffee shop and enjoyed some Turkish coffee. Afterwards my guide took me on a walk of the area to look at the local architecture as I had enough of shopping. The guides in Turkey have to complete a 4 year course so are all highly knowledgable and are really friendly.