Traverse every nook and corner of Grand Bazaar in a rental car

Get a chance to explore every street and shop at the Grand Bazaar with affordable hired cars from Turkey Rental Cars. We are a prominent provider of car rental service in the country.

Grand Bazaar


Grand Bazaar is located in the city of Istanbul in Turkey and is a safe- haven for shopaholics and people who want to spend their time exploring the artifacts and items of cultural relevance here. This market holds the record of being one among the largest as well as the oldest covered markets in the entire world. With a record 61 streets as well as more than 3000 shops, this Turkish bazaar is always bustling with locals and tourists shopping for different commodities of daily use as well as decorative ornaments. It is also one among the list of most visited tourist attractions in the world and millions of visitors flock towards it in order to enjoy the endless shopping experiences here.

Experience endless shopping at the Grand Bazaar

In Istanbul, The Grand Bazaar is located inside its walled city in the Fatih district and the vastness of this market stretches it from the west to east starting from the Beyazit mosques to the Nuruosmaniye mosques. Once travelers acquire rental cars through us, they can easily reach the Grand Bazaar from Sirkeci as well as Sultanahmet.
At Turkey Rental Cars, we are a trusted provider of hired vehicles throughout the country and provide a comprehensive list of rental cars to select from. Travelers can select the car of their choice from luxury, utility and economical segments along with the inclusion of several extra benefits.

Grand Bazaar comes across as a chaotic and colorful market which has been in existence for several centuries now and it was initially started off as a vaulted warehouse constructed in the year 1461 by Mehmet the Conqueror. It gradually grew into an elaborate market with streets and lanes and occupied a larger piece of land. When in the Grand Bazaar, tourists can catch up with artisans, walk through the lanes and narrow streets peeking into the hans and they will never realize how they spent several hours in this market trying different teas and bargaining.

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