The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul Turkey is a market worth seeing just for the architecture alone. There are around 4000 shops selling anything you can think of in the realm of Turkish cultural items ranging from spices and sweets, to jewelry and furniture. There are also two mosques, four fountains, and two hammams located within the bazaar itself.
Delhi homes many markets, but the most popular street market is Chandni Chowk. It has existed for centuries, and you can buy anything here, from custom clothes to exotic food.
Pike Place Market is a staple in Seattle, Washington. Fresh produce, beautiful flowers, fresh fish, and art are sold throughout. When exploring and you need a break enjoy some of the best seafood out there.
This Taipei market is the largest of night markets and is best known for its food. Available to taste are some delicious fried buns, bubble tea, and for those who make the mistake of eating before, fear not, there are still plenty of non-food related activities to enjoy.
The Camden Lock Market in London is a major tourist attraction where you can go furniture shopping or clothes shopping. In addition to being a marketplace, special events like concerts and art shows are hosted there often.