Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, 27 will be established in Kadifekale on Saturday the second 'Producer Market to facilitate the transportation of Izmir's 6 different points of the city lifts.
Mavişehir Ege Park, Bornova Meydan, Fahrettin Altay Metro, Gaziemir Municipality, Şirinyer Migros and Yeşilyurt İZSU will depart from 09.00 in two hours.
20 in Kadifekale, Izmir July The Pagos Producer Market opened in 2019 is being established for the second time this Saturday. Kadifekale, one of the historical symbols of the city, will provide service to the producer market, which is expected to meet with the consumer directly and to increase the brand value of the region, from six different points of the city every Saturday.
More than 100 female producers, 24 agricultural development cooperative and 12 producer women's cooperative to reach the market from the Konak Bahribaba bus station 15 33 number of moving every minute, 09.00 number of flights, which will be added to the foot of all Izmirers will bring to the feet of all Izmir. Mavişehir Ege Park, Bornova Meydan, Fahrettin Altay Metro, Gaziemir Municipality, Şirinyer Migros and Yeşilyurt İZSU buses will leave in two hours from 15.00 in the morning. Bus departing from Mavişehir Ege Park is at 09.30 Karşıyaka Buses departing from Bornova Meydan at Ege University Metro Stop at 09.15, Buses departing from Fahrettin Altay Metro at Göztepe Pier and buses departing in front of Yeşilyurt İZSU are taking the passengers from Üçyol Square at Kadifekale. will move towards. Gaziemir Municipality and Şirinyer Migros buses will depart directly in front of Kadifekale.
There will be children's activities, dance performances and concerts in the market which will be established on Saturday. At 11.00, Izmir Folk Theater will be on stage with a special program ranging from medium play to creative drama. At 14.00, the folk rhythm show will give colorful shopping moments to those who come to the market. At 16.00, Grup Mendirek will perform a folk music concert.
Pagos Producer Market 20, opened by the Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality Tunç Soyer in order to bring Kadifekale, one of the symbols of the city, to the light of day and to be a center of tourism and attraction, was opened in July. In the market there is a wide variety of products such as honey and olive oil, from tandoor bread to mussels, handcrafted products to woven carpets. It will be open every Saturday from Sunday to 10.00.