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All reviews craft shops great inn the upper level worth a visit historical place ottoman architecture first floor art galleries market place beautiful old building old market nice atmosphere nice place to visit north nicosia ledra street turkish cypriot turkey
We travel to Nicosia regularly and always sit in the Buyuk Han and have 'pies' - these are small pastries filled with mince or sweet cheese and are excellent. They have a good explanation of how the BH was renovated. Really a good starting point...More
Buyuk Khan lies in old Nicosia not far from Ledra Crossing. It has cafes on the ground floor and the 1st floor house many shops selling handmade crafts such as soaps, jewelry, and antiques. You can buy soap and jewelry for cheap prices. They accept...More
Each time I come to the Northern section of the city I feel compelled to revisit Buyuk Han. Good place to stop for a quiet drink or snack. Often live music, sometimes folk dancing at weekends. Small craft shops to browse in. Close to other...More
Interesting building sensitively restored and now used to sell crafts. (Which you can buy much more cheaply elsewhere - though I appreciate craftspeople need to make a living). Architecture very interesting, typical of the region
Buyuk Han is open everyday from 9am till 6pm. On Sundays they close by 5 pm. Only on Religious Holidays such as Bairams (both of them) they are closed only the first days. By the way Kumarcilar Han has been restorated... More
Buyuk Han is open everyday from 9am till 6pm. On Sundays they close by 5 pm. Only on Religious Holidays such as Bairams (both of them) they are closed only the first days. By the way Kumarcilar Han has been restorated and is open also.