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Forum Istanbul Alisveris Merkezi, Istanbul

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  • Were Saturday, April 1, in the morning and people were a little bit, but in the afternoon a local population. Generally, buyers mostly Turks, sellers in Russian don't speak English with difficulty. The Center is located directly next to the Metro station Kokatepe is Kartaltepe quite understandable and convenient, there are information stands, many cafes. Stores like Turkey (all major brands), and international, but not very much. Good Turkish leather-belts, jackets, bags; but we must see faults: spots, abrasions, etc. Later we have walked around the Grand Bazaar and Istiklal Avenue, and it turned out that the same Turkish products (handbags, leather, belts) prices slightly lower. There are specifics-Bazaar can be a bargain and a shop are sejly, then prices are actually below. On sale in Historia AVM (Aksaray Metro) bought for 145 NewBalance lire approximately 2200 rub. And no local brands are a bit cheaper than in Moscow, interest on 10-20.
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  • My kids loved this place - it has all the usual UK shops (HnM, Zara, Build a bear) plus it has Lego land, Jurassic world and a arcade play area - oh and a cinema!! We spent a nice evening here finishe...  more »
  • I went to baby. I'm happy with that store. I had to go to on Sunday a terrible dry crowd. I hated it, in daylight hours during the week and a better choice. Decatlona is used to switch the field right there and burned oil disaster cafes a smell of my bike.
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  • Emre Bilgin said that he hate the mall because of ( many arab) ... very disappointed to hear such racist comment in Turkey, we come here because we love and like this country and to support as much as we can... and to remember our common history and our grandfathers empire... I guess you will be sad if you hear a comment in a mall of germany which says ( bad mall because many turkish)... we can you other countries in europe or or america but we like turkey...all respect to peaceful brothers in Turkey and full ignorant to the sick racists..
  • Excellent shopping center; has quality mens clothing shops and many ladies wear as well. Turkish and foreign brands with good prices. Enjoyed the wide selection in the foodcourt. Legoland for the kids.
  • This place has great architecture, great shop variety, and is huge. It's one of the biggest mall's in Istanbul and that's saying something. It's mid priced with big names. This place is mostly for locales though it attracts a lot of middle easterns. The place also has the only Ikea in Istanbul.
  • Massive mall in Bayrampaşa. It's quite straightforward to reach on the metro and we frequent it for the IKEA and Decathlon. If you're doing an IKEA run with the car and travelling from the Beyoğlu/Şişli/Beşiktaş side, though, the traffic can be hideous.
  • Very big shopping centre. You can find good brands of clothing. Very good food court with many alternatives. Easy parking. Competitive prices. Also household markets around. Very crowded at the weekends.