Shopping in Turkey is a colorful experience. There are numerous options available, such as the: bakkal
(small grocery), kasap
(butcher and poultry), manav
(green grocer), balıkçı
(numerous groceries with fruit and vegetable sellers located at a certain area), pazar
(weekly outdoor markets found in each neighborhood), sabit pazar
(fixed market found in some areas), super market and hiper markets.Kapalı Çarşı
(Covered Bazaar) and Mısır Çarşısı
(Spice Bazaar) which are bound to impress almost anyone.
We have provided some words and short sentences to help you communicate and we hope that it makes shopping a little bit more enjoyable.
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