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''Uzun Çarşı'' (lit. "long market", also known as "slippery street" amongst the travellers to the town) is the most famous shopping street in Kaş and arguably one of the most famous on the "Turkish Riviera." Long on quality and short on kitsch, from late April until after the end of October, this is a bee hive of activity. There are a few restaurants and bars just off of Uzun Çarşı and at the bottom is the town square ''(meydan)'' and at the top, just beyond the Lycian Tomb are a fantastic group of restaurants.
 
''Uzun Çarşı'' (lit. "long market", also known as "slippery street" amongst the travellers to the town) is the most famous shopping street in Kaş and arguably one of the most famous on the "Turkish Riviera." Long on quality and short on kitsch, from late April until after the end of October, this is a bee hive of activity. There are a few restaurants and bars just off of Uzun Çarşı and at the bottom is the town square ''(meydan)'' and at the top, just beyond the Lycian Tomb are a fantastic group of restaurants.
  
Every Friday (behind bus station, on hill west of the center), year round, there is an open air market which has almost anything you can think of from fresh fruits and vegetables, to clothes, village hardware tools, pirate DVD's and CD's, gozleme ''(erroneously called a Turkish "pancake")'' vendors and textiles. Plan to spend at least half a day there whether you are just a curious onlooker or serious shopper. [[How to haggle|Bargaining]] for all but the fruits and vegetables is common but at the end of the day, you may get a discount ''(indirim)'' if you ask for it.
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Every Friday (behind bus station) and Tuesday (on hill west of the center), year round, there is an open air market which has almost anything you can think of from fresh fruits and vegetables, to clothes, village hardware tools, pirate DVD's and CD's, gozleme ''(erroneously called a Turkish "pancake")'' vendors and textiles. Plan to spend at least half a day there whether you are just a curious onlooker or serious shopper. [[How to haggle|Bargaining]] for all but the fruits and vegetables is common but at the end of the day, you may get a discount ''(indirim)'' if you ask for it.
  
 
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