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We were in Aswan for the Nile cruise. During the first evening, we went around Aswan. We hired a horse carriage, which drove us around. Our main stops were a spice shop and a coffee house. The spice shop was quite impressive with a wide...More
This was a guy telling this to people it was really funny but it's true you don't have an idea what to buy for.some one go there spices are quite cheap and good. I bought 1kg and 300grams of spices and I payed 1500LE but...More
We did not have much time to spend here as our boat was to leave on the cruise.
Like Cairo, this market sold curios , spices, clothes and other African stuff.
There was lot of bargaining going on.
This was our first day in an...More
this is a very good alternative to cairo's market, i found even better prices on souvenirs statues with the proper exploration and bargain of course, almost no hassle, good variety and good falafel. A fun activity for the night
It was 47 degrees, but it was nice and breezy. Great shops and love the power selling atmosphere. "No hassle" is the standard phrase but they don't leave you alone till you do. So I learnt the Arabic for No =LA. 😀😀
This market gets very busy at night. Locals and visitors wall around and shop for all kinds of things. It's a fun activity to do at night. As always, negotiate everything you want to buy in the market. The price every vendor first asks for...More
I would not recommend actually shopping here.
There are different prices for locals as for tourists - and even for men as there are for women. They pumped up prices for the women in our tour group and easily dismissed any attempt to bargain.
All egyptian street vendors are out to Cheat you as a tourist - more or less. It's not unusual to start with a price four times a reasonable level. Even after that you agree on a price after long bargaining you still pay double the...More
The quality of commodities sucks
They try everything to earn money from you
Dead fishes scattered on the street
All of their friendly greets are fake
The worst market in Egypt
Best choice? Skip this place.
Response from Felucca T | Reviewed this property |
Yes it’s possible
My advice to you is to check every thing before you buy , try to find small shops with local people or buy the material and let some one make it the size you want , there are so many shops that sell the... More
Yes it’s possible
My advice to you is to check every thing before you buy , try to find small shops with local people or buy the material and let some one make it the size you want , there are so many shops that sell the material and make you clothes , sheets , T-shirt,
Prices are negotiable that’s a perfect thing to understand so what ever you get asked to pay you can ask for a discount or go somewhere else,
Not more than 350 L.E
And I’m talking about the hand made ones not the one made in China,
Wish you a happy trip to Egypt
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