Welcome to Ankara

Ankara is the capital city of Turkey and is located at the heart of both Turkey and Central Anatolia. Ankara is a developing modern city that appears to be dull at the first glance but, it has a lot to offer for the ones keen to look deeper. The city boasts many wide streets are now lined with coffee shops and eateries, squares, shopping opportunities, leading museums, accommodations, inexpensive restaurants and a verity of historic structures that give a glimpse into the Turkish history.

Top Ankara Attractions

Visit The Citadel (called Hisar or Kale) is more impressive from below than at the top, but the narrow streets lined with interesting shops makes the entrance area worth exploring and there’s a real functioning village inside the walls. At the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations Expect to see a lot of impressive stone carvings, ancient weapons, pots, and utensils. The collection is well organized and lighted, without being too overwhelming.

Ataturk’s Mausoleum the final resting place of Turkey’s revered leader is here in the capital and it’s an impressive monument to the man who looms so large. You must know Ataturk to know the country and here you can still see the reverence and respect he commands. It’s a fun place to people watch and the views of the city from here are glorious. The surrounding Peace Park is a great place for a stroll to see the variety of plants and trees or to read a book. There are various displays and small museums in several buildings, including items he owned and historic photos.

Visit the Cer Modern For a hipper, modern vibe, head to the Cer Modern complex for cutting-edge art gallery displays and a cafe that would not be out of place in California. The whole complex is housed in a railyard in a revamped industrial area and it also houses a cinema and library.

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