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Turkey Exclusive Tour from Ankara to Istanbul

12 Days
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Turkey Beauty Tour

8 Days
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Western Legends of Turkey (Istanbul, Ankara, Cappadocia, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Bodrum)

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Asia Minor Western Promises

7 Days
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21 Day Turkey Tour

21 Days
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15 Day Turkey Private Tour

15 Days
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Things To Do in Ankara

Ataturk Mausoleum (Anitkabir)
Anitkabir, the Ataturk Maouselum, is the tomb of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey. Anitkabir houses the eye-catching museums of Ataturk and War of Independence, displaying a massive collection of paintings. You’ll find the mausoleum surrounded by four main parts. The magnificent architecture, historical impressiveness, well-admired marbled structure ornamented with mosaics of the Anitkabir attracts locals, tourists, historians, and architects worldwide.

 

Ankara Castle (Kalesi)
Ankara Castle was initially constructed as a military defense in the Ulus district, offering you a 360-degree panoramic view of the city. It’s a substantial military fortified place embracing 4 large walls with 42 pentagon-shaped towers. Whether suffering from acrophobia or not, climbing up the hill to the castle and its extraordinary beautiful view does really worth it!

 

Temple of Augustus and Rome
The Galatian King Pylamenes constructed the Temple of Augustus and Rome in 10 AD in honor of the Roman Emperor Augustus. Although the symbol of Turkey’s relations to Ancient Rome is almost ruined, its stoic beauty touches your heart by taking you in a time machine of 2000 years ago. Also named as Monumentum Ancyranum, the temple hosts the “Res Gestae Divi Augusti” inscription on its walls.

 

Aslanhane Mosque
The ancient Aslanhane Mosque, constructed in 1290, is the largest in Ankara, with stunning architecture and splendid mosaics. It put the mosque into your must-visit list in Turkey’s capital city. It’s named Arslanhane, meaning “the House of Lions” after the multiple lion statues around. The ornate wooden rood leaning on 24 wood columns sends you an invitation card to the ancient turkey.

 

Atakule
Atakule, situated in Çankaya, is a 410-feet height observation tower overlooking the whole city. Kill two birds with one stone: grab some mouth-watering Turkish food at the revolving restaurant of Sevilla and enjoy the city’s panoramic views below.

 

Çengelhan Rahmi M. Koç Museum
Çengelhan Rahmi M. Koç Museum is located near the Ankara Castle, showcasing transport, communication, and industry exhibits donated by the Koç family. The museum houses unusual objects worth collecting like toys, old technologies, and even full-size aircraft and ships. Don’t hesitate to take kids to this perfect museum to offer exciting activities like a free train ride.

 

Genclik Park
A different public 69-acre park houses extensive greenery, a swimming pool, an open-air theater, an amusement park, and two mini trains. You’ll find everything you may want in 40 kiosks in the park, and don’t miss out on the impressive light show every evening at the main pool.

 

Haci Bayram Mosque
Built-in honor of the Baryam Sufi order founder, Haci Bayram Mosque, is among Turkey’s most historical mosques. The mosque is renowned for its painted lithographs on wood and Arabic calligraphy of the walls. It’s not just a religious experience; instead, it can be a well-admiring journey through ancient history and Turkey’s splendid architecture.

 

Roman Baths
The Roman Emperor constructed three main baths, including the caldarium (hot bath), the tepidarium (warm bath), and the frigidarium (cold bath). You want to know more about Roman history and mystery, visiting the Roman Baths is your solution through small statues and inscriptions.

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