Shopping in AntalyaEdit This
Migros Shopping Mall
This is one of the most popular shopping havens in Antalya. Migros Shopping Mall is located along Yuzuncuyil Boulevard near the Konyaalti Beach Park. Here, you can find everything from international brands like Guess, Diesel, Tommy Hilfiger, Lacoste, Levi’s, Mango and Zara to the exotic Turkish arts and crafts. The shopping mall houses 124 shops and boutiques, 8 cinemas, fast food chains, cafes, an entertainment center, toy stores and much more.
Dogu Garaji Market
The Dogu Garaji Market is a large everyday market located right in the center of the city. It offers a wide array of remarkable and unique items like Turkish trinkets, cotton garments, leather goods, Turkish carpets, gold and copper works, jewelry and more. You can also enjoy the rich and enticing aroma of fresh teas, coffees and exotic spices. Plus, you can buy different varieties of luscious fruits displayed in the most artistic manners.
Deepo Outlet Center
Another famous shopper’s haven is the Deepo Outlet Center which is located in the eastern part of the city. This is a large shopping center that houses 80 stores, 15 food stalls, a children’s playground, cinemas, an entertainment area and the first and only ice skating rink in Antalya. If you are looking for designer and international brands, this is the right place. You can also buy local merchandises like ready to wear clothing, beauty products, accessories, leather goods, toys, jewelry, home décor, souvenirs and gift ware. This is one place where everything is sold at discounted prices, 365 days a year.
The old historic town of Kaleici offers a wide selection of stores and boutiques situated near the city walls. The Kaleici street bazaar offers a diverse collection of dry goods, arts and crafts and locally produced items. The best part about shopping here is that everything comes with super affordable tag prices. You can also pick up a couple of Turkish carpets here, all at discounted prices.
Laura Street Market
This is a popular weekend street market in the city of Antalya that is open every Saturday. It is called Laura Street Market; however, it is not an actual street market per se. The shopping centers are called “markets” and actual markets are called “Pazash.” That means Laura Street Market is actually a shopping center that offers wide arrays of international and local products, food and belly dancing costumes.
Part or or all of this text stems from the original article at: universityen
March 29, 2010 change by kwalker