There's virtually no end to what you can buy at the Bazaar. A small sampling of the shops we saw included ceramics, fabrics, lamps, leather goods, jewelry, silver, carpets and food products. Depending on whether you were hungry or thirsty, it would be a great place to try your first Turkish Delight, or your first Turkish coffee.
In fact, one of the things we enjoyed most was the way the shopkeepers interacted with the shoppers, and their sense of humour. One of them, seeing the logo on my jacket, called out to me with great excitement, "Hey! Helly Hansen!" They weren't overly persistent, though; if we declined to enter their shop, they just smiled and tried to engage the next group of shoppers.