After visiting historical monuments in Sultanahmet, it is customary to go to the Grand Bazaar and crown the day with shopping. The Grand Bazaar, with its history dating back to 1461, attracts people like a magnet.
Even people who are tired of visiting museums of Istanbul cannot resist the idea of going to the Grand Bazaar at the end of the day. The Grand Bazaar, which is a huge historical monument with 67 streets and more than 4000 shops, is the last representative of the traditional shopping style in Istanbul.
You can buy leather, jewelry, carpets and tiles from the Grand Bazaar. There are many options for buying Turkish rugs in Istanbul, and most of these options are found in shops in and around the Grand Bazaar.