SHOPS AND SHOPPING IN MARMARIS
If you are a Shopaholic, you may feel like a Child in a Candy Shop when you scroll through the streets of Marmaris. There are thousands of shops selling all kinds of products, Leather Wear, Designer Items, Bags and Accessories, Souvenir, made to tailor Suits and Dresses, and the list is very long.
Many shops do sell very high-quality fakes which provides you with a great deal of bargain shopping.
In most cases, it can be challenging to tell the difference between fake and supposedly real brands due to high quality.
Jewellery in Marmaris
Jewellery in Marmaris is another section in Shopaholics heaven, which Marmaris is never in shortage of it with hundreds of Gold, Silver and Diamond selling shops with their unique designs for affordable prices compared to EU and UK.
Addition to the locally run small jewellery businesses there is also giant Jewellery Centres dotted in and outside of the Town. Most Jewellery Shops do display within their business enterprises a clear certificate showing their registration details of the jewellery business chambers and associations.
My Advice to you is, make sure the Jewellery Shop you decide to take your business to, has been in that adress for a long time
The reason why I am saying this is,there has been many incident where the customers couldnt find the same jewellery shops at the same adress as previous season,therefore they coulndt return or replace the falsly sold items, well you do get the hint, i hope
On the other hand, I would approach the Giant Jewellery Centres with caution; Usually you will end up there during an excursion break-organized by your Tour Company, which they will gain up to 30 percent of commision from your purchase not to mention that they are probably a bit more expensive
You may find the shopping experience in Turkey a little different as the salespeople include their tradition to their selling techniques which in most cases it can be fun. Don't expect a clear pricing practice on items when you walk into a shop due to bartering practise, which is common and is not a rude gesture.
Don't be afraid to accept Tea of Coffee offer from the shop keepers if you feel comfortable and have an interest in the products which will help you to melt the ice to start a pleasant conversation where it may well end with a bargain buy for you after all.
Of course, there are unwritten rules when it comes to haggling in Turkey. Most important of those rules is never make an offer if you are not interested in purchasing the item in question, reason being. If the salesperson agreed to your price, you are expected to pay the amount you mentioned. Otherwise, it will be considered very rude, and the atmosphere can turn cold.
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