Izmir Metropolitan Municipality organizes a free tour to the producer's market in Bergama, which brings the producer and the consumer together without an intermediary. Within the scope of the program, Pergamon bazaar and Asclepion ruins will also be visited. Vehicles will depart from Kulturpark Lausanne Gate every Saturday.
In line with the vision of "Another Agriculture is Possible" of Tunç Soyer, the Mayor of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, a free tour is organized from Izmir to the producer's market, which brings the producer and the consumer together without an intermediary. In the tour within the scope of the “City Tours”, which was initiated with the aim of allowing the people of Izmir to discover the historical and natural riches of the city they live in, the cultural venues of Bergama will be visited, as well as the producer's market, which was opened for the fourth time in Bergama. The first stop of the vehicles that will depart from İzmir Kültürpark Lausanne Gate every Saturday at 09.30 will be the Asklepion ruins. After the ruins, we will go to Bergama local producer's market and Bergama bazaar.
Free ring services to the producer market
Izmir Metropolitan Municipality also provides free service support from Bergama center to the producer market. There are free ring services from Bergama Cumhuriyet Square to the producer's market every hour starting at 10.00:XNUMX on Saturdays.
Applications open every Wednesday
Citizens who want to participate in the Bergama tour can be included in the tour program by applying from the izmir.bel.tr/tr/TurOtobus/294 page. Registration for the tour program will start on Wednesdays every week.
Tour itinerary: Meet at the Pakistan Pavilion Tourism Information Office at the entrance of Kulturpark Lausanne Gate at 09.15. At 09.30, you can get on the vehicles from the Kulturpark Lausanne Gate. The first stop is the Asklepion Ruins. The tour guide tells the story of the treatment center established in the name of Asclepius, the god of health. Afterwards, we go to the producer's market in the İttihat-i Terakki Square (Pig Field) in Bergama and get information about the flavors unique to Bergama. Finally, by going to the Bergama bazaar, the cultural richness of the streets witnessing history, especially Arasta, is discovered. Bergama's rich flavors such as cheese and halva are also tasted on the spot. Departure for Izmir at 15.30.