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Fairmont Quasar Istanbul
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Fairmont Quasar Istanbul is ideally situated for shopping, just steps from transit options linking you to everywhere you want to go in the city.

Istiklal Street
Located in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul, Istiklal Street is one of the most famous and busy streets in the city. This pedestrianized thoroughfare is ideal for shoppers, with famous Turkish and international brands lining the route. While not quite as upmarket as some other streets, it has many stores that offer top-quality goods. The Aznavur arcade is worth a trip for souvenirs from Istanbul. Set midway along the street, it sells everything from clothing to jewelry and unique gifts.

Bağdat Street
Lined with shopping malls, elegant luxury boutiques and top international brands, Bağdat Street is one of the best places to shop in Istanbul. Stretching for 14 km on the Anatolian side of Istanbul, it is a great place to spend a day, strolling and shopping in stores such as Longchamp, Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger as well as local Turkish brands including Vakko and Brandroom.

Abdi Ipekçi Street
The Nişantaşı neighborhood is a popular destination for those looking for luxury shopping in Istanbul. The upscale neighborhood is one of the most stylish areas, often drawing comparisons to cities such as Paris. The shopping rivals that of big European cities particularly along Abdi İpekçi Street in the heart of the district. Exclusive designer boutiques such as Cartier and Louis Vuitton are found here along with Beymen, Turkey’s premier department store, which is a must-visit.
Nispetiye Street
Nispetiye Street is one of the most popular streets in Istanbul where Akmerkez Shopping Mall is located. Placed in the neighborhood of Etiler in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Akmerkez is a four-floor mall with more than 250 stores across 180,000 square metres. Local brands and department stores including Beymen, Vakko and Mavi Jeans sit alongside some of the world’s biggest brands, offering visitors a compelling shopping experience.
Nuruosmaniye Street
Istanbul is world famous for its fine carpets, jewelry and antiques and if you are looking to invest in such goods, then you should stop by Nuruosmaniye Street. The pedestrian boulevard is one of the main streets leading up to the Grand Bazaar and is lined with wonderfully vibrant shops, crafts, furniture, locally sourced art, textiles and jewelry. It’s a must-visit for those looking to enjoy local art and the rich heritage of Istanbul.

Akmerkez is located in one of the most luxurious districts of Istanbul and it sure fits the ambiance. Recently renewed restaurant storey offers you great culinary experience after a shopping adventure among globally recognized brands and designers such as Zeynep Tosun, Armani Jeans, Vakko, Guess, Vakkorama, and Liu Jo.

İstinye Park
İstinye Park opened its doors in 2007 to its guests with a marvelous complex where you can find luxurious stores, trendy cafes, best of the world cuisine and reputable brands such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs, Matthew Cox and many more.

Zorlu Center
A shopping and events heaven at the heart of Istanbul! With its 180 stores, 10,000 m2 main square, flora of Bosphorus scattered around; Zorlu Center is a little town in itself. This half-open shopping mall houses Apple Store, Brooks Brothers, Industrie Denim, Cos, Lanvin, Pomellato, Stella McCartney, and the 1st store of Superdry in Turkey.

Kanyon is the first of the open shopping centers in Istanbul. As you may realize from the name, it is designed as a canyon and offers a different kind of feeling of shopping with this unique feature. There you'll find Agent Provocateur, Beymen Club, Harvey Nichols, Stefanel, Vakko, Swarovski, Yargıcı as well as famous restaurants, a fitness center, health and cosmetic stores, hairdressers and much more!

2nd biggest mall in Europe, 8th biggest shopping center in the world, Cevahir surely knows how to make its guests comfortable with more than 224 stores, 6 floors and a car park of 2500 vehicles. Here you'll find Mango, Zara, Bershka, Oxxo, English Home, Penti, Zen Diamond, Herry and many other stores, as well as a restaurant storey, a cinema, and a theater. Something beyond a shopping mall!

Akasya offers visitors a unique architectural design with 30 m high freeform skylights to provide maximum daylight with a ground floor height of 8 meters for shop displays to experience street shopping, offering visitors around 270 stores including 10.000 sqm KidZania Children Edutainment Centre, 15 movie theatres with 2500 seats along with one of Europe’s biggest Imax screen, 360 degrees food court with more than 2000 seats capacity and valet parking.