Mahmutpaşa Bazaar, (Turkish: 'Mahmutpaşa Çarşısı') is a historical bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey. It is located in the area between Grand Bazaar and Eminönü in the Mahmutpaşa neighbourhood of Eminönü district. This market area, with copious small shops on both sides of the main street, is a symbol of cheap shopping in Istanbul. The bazaar shelters 256 shops.
Kapalıçarşı is a great bazaar in Nuri Osmaniye and Beyazid Mosques and Mahmutpaşa Bazaar, made up of streets of various shops sheltered by roofs and domes. Though not very regularly shaped, it holds and area of about 31 thousand square meters.
"The best rugs and kilims - carpets woven without pile - are found outside the bazaar, on Nuruosmaniye Street. The smaller shops offer better prices than the big shops but watch out for the quality of the goods. There's no standard price, but an old kilim can cost anything from $100 to $2,000 while new kilims can range from $30 to $400." By MARVINE HOWE; MARVINE HOWE IS THE ATHENS BUREAU CHIEF OF THE NEW YORK TIMES.
Istanbul is known for its Turkish bath -- also known as hammams. Cagaloglu Hamam, is one of the more famous Turkish baths in the city. It is nearly 270 years old and considered one of the best for a real Turkish massage, steam bath and for tea at the old marble café-bar.
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