Bodrum, perched on the Turkish coast, is a town with two faces. It is undoubtedly a hotspot for those searching for a lively nightlife, both tourists and locals alike, with the local authorities having invested in the east side of the city to create a strip of beach full of bars and clubs serving well-priced drinks and blasting out all genres of music day and night. However, venture to the western side of the city and you will be rewarded with a much calmer atmosphere, where the shops, supermarkets and impressive marina provide visitors with a different Bodrum to that of the partygoers. To further embrace the culture, food and textile markets- pazar as they are known in Turkey- take place weekly and are a great way to meet the locals, haggle and pick up some tasty treats such as pink tomatoes or baklava and other sweet pastries.
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