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Hamamonu Restored Area

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Hamamonu Restored Area

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Talatpasa Bulvari,near Hacettepe Hospital, Ankara Turkey
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KurtuluşAnkara Metro8 min
DikimeviAnkara Metro13 min
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Private Tour: Ankara Sightseeing
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Private Tour: Ankara Sightseeing

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Explore the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and other ancient attractions during this private sightseeing tour in Ankara. Discover remains from the Stone and Neolithic ages and learn about the Hittites, Phygians and Uratians as you venture into the past with your expert guide. Plus, this tour uncovers the history of the Citadel of Ankara and Ataturk Mausoleum.
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metalpiranha wrote a review Jun 2020
Ankara, Turkey2 contributions1 helpful vote
Turkish march writer Mehmet Akif Ersoy house and historical place old city viewing hand made gifting shop and breakfast is good price not so expensive in the middle and low
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Erwin wrote a review May 2020
Antwerp, Belgium3,076 contributions257 helpful votes
A nice historical place to walk around and observe the beautiful restored houses from the Ottoman times.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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LadyCruiseFan wrote a review Mar 2020
Chester, United Kingdom232 contributions78 helpful votes
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I visited Hamamonu Restored Village to try to get a sense of how things used to be. It was interesting and pretty but it was difficult to find information. There was a sign saying Tourist Information but it could not find the office anywhere. Also, there is virtually no use of English anywhere - verbally or written. People were friendly and nice though and the products for sale are good value and interesting. A word of warning: there is no alcohol on sale anywhere!!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Kaan Sarıgil wrote a review Dec 2019
Ankara, Turkey10 contributions8 helpful votes
Ankara is one of the most important places to visit. You can taste different tastes by drinking Turkish coffee in the sand while walking around the old Ankara houses. You can go to Hamamönü by bus or the city bus. If you go with your own car, there is not much parking problem. You can park on the side of the main road. When you go to Hamamönü, you must visit the house of Mehmet Akif Ersoy and the tomb of Muhsin YAZICIOĞLU at Tacettin Dergah.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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D S wrote a review Nov 2019
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This old district is definitely a must see in Ankara. There are lots of lovely little shops and cafes. You can also go to a Hamam (the Turkish traditional bath) which gives the district its name.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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