Spice (Egyptian) Bazaar
Covering an area of 384 blocks, the Spice (Egyptian) Bazaar is the second largest and oldest covered bazaar in Istanbul. Built in 1664, the Bazaar is an “L” shaped building featuring 86 shops and is a part of the külliye of the New Mosque. Within the building, visitors can find spices, herbal teas, dried fruits, Turkish delight, Turkish coffee, as well as leather and jewellery. The Bazaar also offers restaurants with a view over the Golden Horn and Galata Bridge.
- Covering an area of 384 blocks with 86 shops
- Authentic shopping experience
- Famous for various kinds of spices sold
- A part of the külliye of the New Mosque