Ferikoy neighborhood was home of Greek and Armenian families in Ottoman times, and there are still too many non-Muslim residents continue living in their old neighborhood. You can find second hand books, antiques, second hand tea sets, old photo albums, jewelleries, paintings, records or vintage clothing..
Even if you don’t like to shop, just browsing the remnants of Turkey’s past is a feast for the senses
And if you are a traveller looking for a cozy neighborhood atmosphere in the middle of this bustling city of Istanbul then you should definitely visit this market.
And before you leave, don’t forget to get some typical Turkish food, the Gözleme, freshly made by old women.
About 200 vendors set up their stalls at Feriköy Antiques Market every Sunday morning and it is open from 9am-7pm.