Bodrum Tours #3
Tour Details ;
Meet at Bodrum Port – Your Hotel or Airport .Our guide will hold up a sign with your name on it.
Shopping makes a delight in Bodrum. Leather goods of all kinds, natural sponges and the local blue glass beads (the Boncuk) are among the bargains to be found in the friendly little shops along the narrow, white-walled streets. Charming boutiques offer kilims, carpets, sandals and embroidery as well as original fashions.Haggle your way to a bargain (aim for a half of the asked price) in Bodrums boutiques and twice weekly markets (craft market on Tuesday; fruit and veg on Friday). Take your time to choose your Turkish carpet over a tea - most shops are open till midnight. Work up a sweat to expel those toxins at a 'hamam'. These Turkish baths are hot, steamy and the best hangover cure ever. But drink a lot of water before you go. Take a tip from the locals and dilute the powerful aniseed liqueur Raki with water. It'll mean you can drink far more of it.