City Museum & Archive
Housed in a fire station built by the British in 1923, this small but perfectly formed museum has displays on İzmir’s history and a...
The interior of the city’s largest mosque (1597) is quintessentially İzmiri. The blue-and-gold motifs on the domed ceiling are simpler...
The ancient Agora, built for Alexander the Great, was ruined in an earthquake in AD 178, but rebuilt soon after by the Roman emperor...
This little hole-in-the-wall in the Kemeraltı Market is known for its excellent home-made ice cream and baklava.
Lonely Planet review
Power up for a visit to the bazaar with dried fruit, nuts, baklava and Turkish delight. There's an Alsancak branch at the southern end of Kıbrıs Şehitleri Caddesi.