Travel to Turkey

Travel to Turkey 

Traveling for shopping is a great way to combine two enjoyable activities - exploring new destinations and indulging in some retail therapy. One destination that is particularly popular for shopping in Turkey, which is easily accessible from Bulgaria.

Turkey has a long history of trade and commerce, and its bustling bazaars and markets are a testament to this. From designer clothes and accessories to traditional handicrafts and spices, there is something for everyone in Turkey's markets.

If you're planning a shopping trip to Turkey from Bulgaria, one of the best ways to travel is by bus. Several companies operate bus routes between major cities in Bulgaria and Turkey, including Istanbul, Chorloy, Lozengrad, and Odrin. The journey can take from 2 to 12 hours depending on your starting point and destination.

Once you arrive in Turkey, there are several places that you should visit for shopping. One of the most famous destinations is the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul. With over 3,000 shops, this market is a maze of alleys and stalls selling everything from textiles and jewelry to ceramics and antiques.

Another popular destination is the Spice Bazaar, also in Istanbul, which is a must-visit for anyone interested in Turkish cuisine. Here you'll find an array of spices, herbs, and teas, as well as Turkish delight and other sweets.

If you're looking for designer fashion, head to the Nişantaşı neighborhood in Istanbul. This area is known for its luxury boutiques and high-end fashion stores, including international brands like Louis Vuitton and Gucci.

For a more traditional shopping experience, visit the markets in Lozengrad or the bazaars in Odrin. These markets offer a variety of goods, including textiles, ceramics, and jewelry, as well as local handicrafts like carpets( kilims), sweets and many outlets for you to visit such as Margi Outlet and other big shopping center destinations.

When planning your shopping trip to Turkey, it's important to remember to bring cash as many markets and shops still do not accept credit cards. It's also a good idea to brush up on your bargaining skills, as haggling is a common practice in Turkey's markets.

Overall, traveling from Bulgaria to Turkey for shopping is a fun and exciting experience that offers a unique blend of culture and commerce. So pack your bags and get ready to shop 'til you drop!