The multi-domed 'Chestnut Market Mosque' dates from 1667 and has a particularly beautiful mihrab (niche indicating the direction of...
Dating from the end of the 4th century BC, Smyrna's ancient agora was ruined in an earthquake in AD 178 but soon rebuilt by order of the...
Named after the fountains next to it, which are used by the congregation for ritual ablutions, this 1636 mosque has a large central dome...
Kahveci Ömer Usta
One of the popular cafes behind the Hisar Mosque in the Kemeraltı Market, Kahveci Ömer Usta specialises in fincanda pişen Türk kahvesi ,...
Making authentic kumru sandwiches with aged kaşar cheese from Kars, sausage from Urfa and local tomato paste, Apo is one of the most...
Havra Sokağı information
One of Kemeraltı's most interesting pockets, this stretch of produce stalls links the centre of the bazaar with the Agora and the eastern stretch of Anafartalar Caddesi. Locals head here to purchase fresh fish, fruit and vegetables, olives and helva (sweet made with sesame seeds). It takes its name from the many historic synagogues in the immediate area.