Start with a route that is a delight to the historical senses. First, visit the Suleymaniye Mosque. Built by the great Ottoman architect Mimar Sinan. Next, visit the Church of St Saviour in Chora. Then visit the Spice Market (Egyptian Bazaar), the second largest covered market in Istanbul. The name derives from the herbs, and spices imported from or through Egypt. It is still the best place to buy Turkish delight, dried fruit, exotic spices and herbs. Then visit the 16th Century palace of the Sultan’s Grand Vizier, Ibrahim Pasa, which today houses the Turkish and Islamic Art Museum. Last, explore ninety-two streets of the famous Grand Bazaar. The Grand Bazaar is the largest and oldest covered Bazaar in Turkey with more than 4,000 shops.
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