Bezesteni Market is the place where you can buy different souvenirs. This market is of Turkish origin and is the most beautiful in the Balkans. It was built in the 15th century at the initiative of Baiazid second. Currently the market is specializes in textiles and jewelry.
The Bezesteni market is a must see. Its better to visit in the morning when there are more people around. You should scroll down the small streets and enjoy the smells, colours
This market was just fine and a relaxing walk around. We experienced it as just cosy. Not many of the people did approach us to buy something. We loved it.
It is an interesting turkish market in the heart of the city of Thessaloniki. The place is filled with little shops where you can buy textiles, carpets, flowers or you can repair damaged clothes, but some of shops are closed now and the place looks empty. it's definitely worth a visit.
Found that prices were reasonably priced in comparison to similar products sold in Athens. Shopped at several of the shops with the market place. Great value and would recommend.
Nothing impressive as far as the shops go, but the building itself has interesting history. Worth a few minutes stop to look around and see the old blend with the modern shops.
It is an interesting Ottoman bulding of the past, which a decade ago was still housing many shops, and had become a nice small market. Now only few of the shops remain open and it is not what it used to be. Architecturally is still interesing.
Mpezesteni, which is a market place located in an old building in Venizelou street, used to look better! The place is filled with little shops where you can buy textiles, carpets, flowers or you can repair damaged clothes. Sadly most shops are closed now and the place looks empty. But there is something that most people don't even know about... 更多
Bezesteni Thessaloniki, is an Ottoman monument which was built for Sultan Mehmed II (1455-1459), located in Thessaloniki at the junction of Venizelou and Solomou Street, opposite the Hamza Bey Mosque and the old town hall. One of my favorites in my hometown!