After the Archaeological Museum, we headed to the “Grand Bazaar”.
It is not particularly shopping, but sightseeing. It’s just because it was written in the guidebook. But I wanted to taste the atmosphere. It takes about 10 to 15 minutes on foot from the Archaeological Museum.
Through these arcades, you will enter the Grand Bazaar.
There were not so many people, but I didn’t have the impression that there were so many. Is it because it was lunch on Friday?
I thought it would be a little more messy, but it was surprisingly clean and neat (or is that rude?). It is a feeling that was clean and neat. Is it because there are many shops of precious metal?
We didn’t have anything in particular we wanted to buy, so we just walked through.
Once you go outside. This is the next block after the Grand Bazaar, but it’s more like the image of a Middle Eastern bazaar.
It kind of reminds me of Donkey (laughs).
But if you look at the price carefully, it is not so cheap. I guess you have to negotiate and bargain in such a place. There was nothing I was interested in, so I just walked around.