TÜRKÇE  City Guide of the Pearl of Turkey  ADVERTISE

Special Marketplaces

This guide is under: Shopping

A bazaar is a permanent merchandising area, marketplace, or street of shops where goods and services are exchanged or sold. The word derives from the Persian word bāzār, the etymology of which goes back to the Pahlavi word baha-char meaning “the place of prices”. Although the current meaning of the word is believed to have originated in Persia, its use has spread and now has been accepted into the vernacular in countries around the world.

Marketplaces in Izmir

Gaziemir
 Saturdays: Dokuz Eylül District
 Sundays: Emlak Bankası Houses
 Wednesdays: Atıfbey
 Fridays: Aktepe District
Balçova
 Wednesdays: Balçova
 Saturdays: Centre
Bornova
 Tuesdays: Doğanlar District
 Wednesdays: İnönü District
 Wednesdays and Sundays: Bornova, Çamkıran and Çamdibi
 Thursdays: Evka 3 Marketplace
 Fridays: Atatürk Mahallesi and Işıkkent
 Saturdays: Evka 4 and Özkanlar
 Sundays: Altındağ and Pınarbaşı
Buca
 Wednesdays – Sundays: Şirinyer Centre
 Wednesdays – Sundays: Evka – 1
 Wednesdays – Sundays: Yıldız District
 Wednesdays – Sundays: Çamlıkule District
 Wednesdays – Sundays: Gediz District
 Sundays: Buca
 Saturdays: Barış District
Çiğli
 Saturdays: Çiğli Centre
 Saturdays: Evka – 2
 Saturdays: Egekent Marketplace
 Wednesdays: Evka – 5
• Sundays: Balatçık
Güzelbahçe
 Salı: Güzelbahçe
Karşıyaka
 Wednesdays: Bostanlı, Nafiz Gürman and Alparslan Districts
 Fridays: Esin Sitesi, Erenler, Kilise District
 Saturdays: Şemikler, Gümüşpala, Elit Sitesi, Çiçek and Adalet Districts
 Sundays: Yamanlar, Cumhuriyet, Örnekköy, Çay Districts
 Wednesdays – Fridays – Saturdays – Sundays: Karşıyaka Marketplace
Konak
 Wednesdays: Güzelyalı, Gültepe, Kooperatif Evleri, Limontepe, Ferahlı, 19 Mayıs and Eserkent
 Thursdays: Hatay
 Fridays: Esendere, Eskiizmir, Toros, Gürçeşme, Bozyaka, Günaltay and Kahramanlar
 Saturdays: Karabağlar, Yeşilyurt, Millet, Leandnt and Uzundere
 Sundays: Eşrefpaşa, Güzelyalı, Çimentepe, Yenişehir and Alsancak
Narlıdere
 Wednesdays and Sundays: Narlıdere