Gay-friendly Erotic Shops
A chain of adult shops selling various sex toys, erotic
accessories, underwear's. They also sell various
adult/erotic products for gay men.
Open 09:00 am-20.30 pm
Address: Istiklal Caddesi No 99 Kat 1 Beyoglu, Istanbul
Phone: +90 (212) 292 3 292 local call: 292 3 292
Akinci Bayiri Sok. Kesmen Han No:2 Kat 1 no:1 Mecidiyekoy
Phone:(+90) 0 212 2882909 or 0 212 2882773
Address: Sogutlucesme cad. Karadut Sok. no:2 kat:2 Altiyol-
Kadikoy/Istanbul (Asian part of Istanbul)
Phone: (+90) 0 216 3451778
Erotic materials shop.
Shopping Areas in
Istanbul has been a shopper's paradise for more than 1,500
years, famed as the trading point connecting the Silk Road
from China with Europe. Here are major shopping spots of
The Grand bazaar (Locally known as Kapali Carsi-Covered
Bazaar) is a labyrinth of hundreds of streets accommodating
thousands of shops near the old city. Main entrance of the
bazaar is from Beyazit district. Grand Bazaar could mainly
be recommended for tourist shopping or buying souvenirs.
Shops selling same kind of products are gathered along the
same street usually. For example, there are streets composed
of shops selling only leather, carpets, jewelers, silver,
tourist souvenirs, handcrafts, textile products, bags,
belts, pottery etc.
Sultanahmet is the town at the heart of the old city housing
the most famous tourist attraction of Istanbul. The town is
also famous with many carpet shops exhibiting the best
selections of hand made Turkish carpets, rugs and kilims.
Traditional Turkish carpets are most famous in the world
with their designs reflecting the pure and innocent feelings
of the eastern people. Some of these carpets are
masterpieces of art competing with the paintings of
Renaissance painters. One thing you should pay attention if
you buy carpets is that, the shops can overcharge
independent travelers, and some people (such as hotel
receptions) helping you takes high commissions if they take
you to some shops. We recommend
Intro & Shopping tour of Istanbul organized by Pride
Travel exclusively for gay people to avoid being overcharged
during any kind of shopping.
The central street of the town of Beyoglu, starting from
Taksim square, ending at Tunel district. This street is
closed to the traffic all the way and divides the night life
area into two, where most of the gay venues are also dotted
around. The shops along the street are mostly dress shops
selling fashion products of different kind and quality.
There are also various restaurants, a few leather shops,
bookshops, music shops along the street. The night life is
mainly on the narrow side streets connecting to Istiklal.
Turkish Carpet's are
unique in the world
Cukurcuma is a part of Beyoglu district that sometimes fell
prey to time but always regained its popularity. Even if it
is known as a center where old objects of the Ottomans are
collected, it is actually the meeting point for antique
lovers While walking around Cukurcuma you see that each
antique shop has a different style. Designs of shops and
objects reveal inner worlds of their owners. At the same
time periodical changes in Cukurcuma cause changes in
objects that are purchased and sold.
Click here for Google map locating Cukurcuma street
The up-market shopping district of Istanbul. You can find
the most famous brand names of the world such as Mango,
Armani, Gucci, Hugo Boss as well the most trendy local
fashion shops competing with them in quality and style in
this area. Neighborhood of Tesvikye/Nisantasi is where
Turkeys top designers have their outlets. Good streets to
try are those around Valikonagi Caddesi and Abdi Ipekçi
Caddesi. Turkey is a major textile producer and exporter in
the world. Many of the international brand-names are also
being produced in their factories in Turkey.
There are many shops and fashion boutiques at different
malls in several districts. In these malls you can easily
find modern shopping items at very attractive rates besides
well-known brands from fashion centers of the world.
Park is a deluxe shopping center over international
standards, located in the Istinye quarter of
Istanbul, with 291 stores, 85,250 sqm of retail area,
and four levels of underground parking. The center includes
an authentic Turkish food bazaar- a traditional market
place, inspired by Turkish architecture and history.
City's Nisantasi, opened in 2008, is a
Saks Fifth Avenue style shopping
mall which aims at the high-end consumer group and is mostly
dedicated to the famous fashion brands.
Akmerkez is located near Etiler district, favorite
residential area among the elites of Istanbul. In 1995, ICSC
honored Akmerkez with the "European Shopping Center" The
Akmerkez complex covers an area of 180,000 m² and is
comprised of a four-storey shopping area, with two towers
offering 14 and 17 stories of office space, and a third
tower with 24 stories of residential areas
Kanyon Shopping Mall
Shopping Mall is located at 4. Levent quarter. Fourth Subway
station from Taksim. Right at the heart of Istanbuls hustle
and bustle, a new concept has awakened, turning heads,
inspiring gasps of wonder, and changing notions of what
contemporary urban life can look like. Kanyons four winding
retail levels offer unique views of a shifting landscape as
well as a passageway to some of the worlds best brands. It
is defines as modern Grand Bazaar by some people.
Metrocity: Metrocity, opened on April 30, 2003, is a
modern shopping mall in the finance and business quarter of
1. Levent in Istanbul, Turkey with a direct connection to 1.
Levent subway station. (4th station from Taksim) The complex
is comprised of a 24-storey office tower and two residential
buildings, each having 26 floors. Metrocity features 140
stores offering international and domestic labels, variety
of restaurants and cafeterias on 4 floors with a covered
area of 60,000 m²
Profilo: Located in Mecidiyekoy district. The Profilo
Shopping Center which comprises a large number of
facilities, from food to apparel, from stationery to jewelry
stores, and from souvenir shops to banks, is rendering
services to its visitors in a closed area of 100.000 m2 in
Cevahir: Cevahir Shopping Centre, opened on October
15, 2005, is a modern shopping and entertainment center
located in the Mecidiyekoy district of Istanbul, Turkey.
Cevahir Mall is the largest shopping mall in Europe, and the
second largest shopping mall in the world.1. It has a direct
connection from the
second subway station (Mecidiyekoy/Sisli) when you depart
from Taksim. Cevahir is attracting the middle class and
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