Denizati Holiday Village

Yesillik Cad No 8, Gumuldur, Izmir, Turkish Aegean Coast, 35480, Turkey
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Metro to the Bazaar

by DTerrill

My wife and I will visit Izmir by cruise ship for about 6+ hours in October. It would be interesting to visit the bazaar. It is my impression that could take the subway/metro from the port (Alsancak?) to Konak, and find the bazaar. Some web sites suggest that the metro is not yet functional. Guidance please.

Re: Metro to the Bazaar

by Sirvictor

There are many modern shopping malls between Alsancak and Konak. You can walk along the very very long Quai to Konak or take a taxi to Konak. When you come to Konak you will see a monument of a man firing a pistole. This is the place where a Turkish newspaperman and adventurer called Hasan Tahsin fired at the invading Greek army on May 15th 1919 killing some greek evzones. After this the Greeks begun a massacre on Konak Killing 500 Turks. Konak is the place where once the Governor of Izmir had his residance. You will see that building still there when you turn your back to the sea and your face to the land. Just near the Residance there is a tiny street which goes to the market the "Kemeralti"
have a nice time

Re: Metro to the Bazaar

by dennise_ali

The port is indeed in Alsancak, but the bazaar ( I guess you are referring to Kemeraltı) is a bit far for walking, and there is no subway in Alsancak. So my advice would be cruise Alsancak, and then take a cab (there are always lots of cabs in front of Sevinc Patiserrie) and go to Kemeraltı. You can start you trip from KızlarAgası Hani (where you can drink Turkish cofee and then cruise) It really is a big bazaar. Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Izmir

BERGAMA (PERGAMUM)

Pergamum,...

by ghislain69

BERGAMA (PERGAMUM)

Pergamum, (105 kms north of Izmir)~~ is one of the major sites antiquity in Turkey, having been a great center of culture and civilization throughout history. The site has remarkable remains from the Roman and Byzantine periods. The Asclepion to the southwest of the lower city, was built to pay homage to the God of Health, Asclepios, and it was the most celebrated in the world. The temples of Trajan and Dionysus, majestic Altar of Zeus, the temple of Demeter, inspiring theatre, the gymnasium, the arsenals, the lower agora and the famous library form the Acropolis. In addition, you may see the finds from Pergamum and the surrounding area. In the Archaeological and Ethnographical Museum. The temple of Serapis, also called the 'Red Courtyard' due to its red tiles, is today located within the town of Bergama. It was built as a sanctuary dedicated to Serapis and was then converted into a basilica by the Byzantines. Bergama is the homeland of many philosophers and scientists. Among them is Krates who invented and produced the 'parchment paper' (Pergamene Kaste) here.

Dikili is a harbor town close to Bergama, visited by cruise liners bringing visitors to Pergamum. Dikili is an ideal place to relax after a Pergamum excursion. A walk along the Rordan promenade is a pleasure. Between Dikili and Izmir do not forget to visit the port of Candaril which is crowned with one of the best preserved Genoese fortresses .

Some buildings in the heart of...

by johis

Some buildings in the heart of Izmir were multi-store-buildings. Quite soon though, when you travel out of the city, the houses become small, and this city of 3-4 million people therefore stretches on forever, up the hills, down the hills....

IMAMBAYILDI: Cut stems of...

by Arkeolog

IMAMBAYILDI: Cut stems of eggplants leaving 2 1/2 cm (1 inch) long part uncut. Pare in stripes. Brown lightly on all sides in olive oit (or just saute in a covered pan for 15 minutes until tender). Remove from pan. Reserve drippings. Arrange egg plants in a baking dish side by side. Split each lengthwise with a tablespoon leaving 2 1/2 cm (1 inch) space unsplit on both ends. Set aside. Cut onions in half. Slice into 1 1/2-2 mm thick slices. Add to drippings. Saute for 2-3 minutes or until tender, stirring occasionally. Dice tomato- es, reserving one. Stir in onions. Simmer for 2 minutes. Blend in crushed garlic and fýnely chop- ped parsley: mix. Season with salt and sugar. Fill eggplants with mixture. Cut reserved tomato into 6 wedges. Top eggplants with tomato wedges. Add hot water gradually from one corner of a baking dish. Cover with alu- minium foil. Bake in a moderate oven for 40-45 minutes (or simmer over low heat for 50 minutes or until tender). Serve cold.

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Regional Characteristics:

BAYILDI means 'Fainted', IMAM means 'Preacher'. So the true meaning of this dish is 'Preacher Fainted '. It is prepared in the western part of the country and served for lunch or supper as a side dish. There are several kinds of eggplant grown in Turkey. They come in different sizes and shapes. However 1 medium size weighs about 160-170 gr.

The Kizlaragasi Han

by Aggeliki

The Kizlaragasi Han (inn), a fine example of 18th-century Ottoman architecture of the period, is my favourite bazaar in Izmir. Especially I always buy very beautiful ceramics from some shops in this bazaar, and I always enjoy a turkish coffee in any of the most nice cafe of the town, which are situated inside this old building Ceramics, silver jewelry, carpets, traditional gifts

Avocado&Mozzarella salad

by marsistanbul about KARE

Sorry there is no theme for Mediterranean cuisine!!!
Yes,I am a fan of Mediterranean cuisine..healty,tasty,fishy and yummy:)
It is a natural diet,you may eat whatever you want but no kilos..trust me!!
No matter which country it is,Greek,Italian,Turkish,Lebanese,Tunisia,or Spanish..They all have amazing taste..
As you know[very few of you:)] that Turkish cuisine has huge legacy of Ottoman heritage..from Middle east to Blacksea,from Central Asia to Balkans and from Caucasias to Mediterranean..and Turkish Mediterranean cuisine is a part of whole family..
Kare is new opened restaurant in Izmir,very stylised place.. I'd beef steak in a creamy mushroom sauce,was of equal standart.A glass of Kavaklidere-Kalecik KARASI and avocado&mozarella salad+creme brulee

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