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Tuncer Gift Shop, Istanbul

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Find traditional Turkish souvenirs, including porcelain kitchenware, colorful mosaic lamps, and decorative fabrics at Tuncer Gift Shop. What was once a small store has grown into one of the city's most famous shops in just a little over a decade. Its merchandise takes up five showrooms, organized according to theme. Browse through pots, plates, and cups in a wide range of shapes and colors at the porcelain exhibit. Move on to the textile and carpet section and purchase traditional shoes or view decorative rugs. If you like Turkish jewelry, check out the specialized jewelry area. Put Tuncer Gift Shop and other Istanbul attractions into our Istanbul travel itinerary planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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The bustling downtown core of old Istanbul is the popular choice among tourists wanting a short walking distance to the city's biggest attractions. Here you'll find hostel-style accommodations and reasonably priced and traditionally decorated hotels, as well as bed and breakfasts and inns with views overlooking the sea. Though often the most affordable, accommodations in the old city can be very overrun with tourists and street solicitors. If you seek a more relaxed stay, consider lodging near Taksim Square. This new, trendy neighborhood is a short 15-20 minute ride from the old city, but puts you closer to restaurants, shopping, and nightlife. Though the newer area of the city is a bit more upscale, you'll also find moderately priced hotels and some hostels. Look for luxury hotels in the western suburbs close to the airport, overlooking the banks of Bosphorus.
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  • The shop was just afew meters from our hotel. This is a dalightfull shop selling lovely Turkish shoes, traditional clothes,ceramics and jewellary. My teenage daugher and I visited the shop every day f...  more »
  • This is my favourite gift shop in Istanbul. They carry all the lovely things you could possibly think of, from teapots to lamps and jewellery. The service from the staff is outstanding. Canan who look...  more »
  • Everyone should definitely look one time their life... You will enjoy walking between to alley near at the Hagia Sophia. You can find many gifts one more beautiful than the other for your friends and ...  more »
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  • Expensive for sure, but they're friendly. I like that they're not pushy salesmen. They own a couple of shops on the street. There's one further down just for jewellery and tea sets.
  • Wonderful place! Great choice of gifts, fantastic welcoming atmosphere, strong coffee, best customer service ) Many thanks to Canan!
  • Spacious shop with a lot to offer. Good prices, no need to hassle much, and the staff are very helpful and they speak English well. Good place to buy lamps, scarves, pillow cases, etc. So much quieter than the bazaar, and much less crowded.
  • Pretty expensive. I don't understand why all the positive reviews, but prices here are bloated.