The history of Ankara Castle, one of the symbols of Ankara, is as old as the history of the city.
Anıtkabir is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the leader of the Turkish War of Independence and revolutions and the first President of the Republic of Turkey, located in Anıttepe (formerly Rasattepe), Ankara.
Built by combining Ottoman aesthetics of the 16th century with 20th century technology, the mosque reminds Selimiye with its four minarets and Sultan Ahmed Mosque with its central and half domes.
A picturesque lake located 20 km south of the center of Ankara and surrounded by forests and mountains. Favorite place to stay among locals
The complex was erected in the 3rd century AD, it is a cultural object left over from the previous civilizations that inhabited the region
The museum is located in the city center. Formerly known as a prison for political prisoners
Founded in 2002, Trilye Restaurant offers its guests the best quality seafood offered by nature in a wide concept.
A 109-year-old legend that has been passed down from grandfather to grandson, not yielding to taste, quality, experience and love for four generations.