Kapalıçarşı and Mısır Çarşısı Bazaars, Istanbul (Turkey)

By Sugar Lane - Thursday, December 08, 2011

Cuando viajo, una de las cosas que más disfruto, además de descubrir la moda local, es la comida. Los que seguisteis mi blog en la India lo sabeis mejor que nadie. Me encanta probar sabores nuevos, y en Estanbul los dulces son increibles, todavía puedo recordar el baklava deshaciéndose en mi boca…
Y caminar por el Bazar de las especias y el Gran Bazar fue como estar en un mundo de fantasia, con todos esos olores, colores y brillos!

When I travel, one of the things I enjoy the most, apart from discovering the local fashion, is the food. I love tasting new flavours, and in Istanbul sweets are amazing, I can still remember the baklava melting in my mouth…
And walking through the Spice Bazaar and Grand Bazaar was like going to fantasyland, with all the smells, colors and shiny stuff!

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  1. all the spices look so yummy! great post :D

  2. Oh Wow...this looks amazing!Rightly said Local food is the best way to explore the culture of the place!
    I never imagined a spice market to be such an amazing place...Rose tea,love tea...OMG I definitely wanna taste one of those Sweets and Jellies!
    You have captured the moment in picures so beautiful that I almost feel like being there!!

  3. Agree with Lipsy, and I wish i could smell all those teas and spices :)
    lovely blog, followin u!

  4. Omg! istanbuul turkey is my country and i am so happy that i saw your post about istanbul. maybe you don't know this,istanbul was the culture capital of europe at 2010. so it was one of the most beautiful city in the world:)) came again and justlet mo know


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