Bilkent Hotel and Conference Center Ankara

Bilkent 1. Cadde, Ankara, Ankara, 06800, Turkey
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hello everybody,

i will be staying in ankara from 12th may till mid august and at the moment i am seeking some help in finding some accomodation. maybe somebody in this forum has a room for rent or knows somebody who does. i really don´t need much. i´ll be doing an affiliation in physiotherapy at the Haceteppe University.

thank you and i hope somebody can help me :)


Re: Accomodation

by traveloturc

Hi Diana
can you please specify about your daily budget in euros ?
good luck

Re: Accomodation

by profannie

Have you cheked if the Haceteppe university have rooms for rent? Most universities in Ankara offers accomodation for their students on the campus. During summer, these accomodations are empty and may be rented.

Re: Accomodation

by taraay

I can offer you a nice room in a beautiful appartment. But the room may not be available till mid august. So please let me know if you would still be interested.It seems like you need a place right away.
if you are interested I will need your e mail to be able to give you more detailed information about the place.

Travel Tips for Ankara

Shopping leisurely in Ankara

by Profsmiley

Tunali Hilmi Avenue in Kavaklidere is one of the liveliest areas in this city - you can find several shops, department stores, cafes/restaurants...

It's Ankara's version of Rome's Via Condotti, NYC's 5th Avenue - ah, no, perhaps I'm exaggerating a little ;-)

The prices in Tunali Hilmi is perhaps higher than what you can find in other district shopping areas, but it does not differ much from the price range in shopping malls like Armada, Migros or Karum.

Here the advantage I think is the open air ;-)
On a sunny day, we enjoyed window-shopping, buying some gifts and then sitting at an outdoor cafe.


by photonina

All I know about it, and that might be useful info for somebody, that you can take metro directly from ASTI (Ankara bus station) to the center of the city. the metro station is incide of the huge bus station building _ just go downstears.
it costs different prise for different destinations. I bought one way card to Kizilay station for about 1TL or something...
the thing I noticed about Ankara metro is that it's extremely clean and they have screens in the train where advertisements are run (wow! ::))

ANKARA...captured by Arabs,...

by AliJoe

ANKARA...captured by Arabs, Seljuks and Ottomans in succession, its has many artistic examples of those periods inside its borders. Almost all of the historical remains in the city are situated around the old citadel.

Meander through Old Ankara

by albaaust

Eski Ankara (Old Ankara) between the inner castle walls of the citadel is an area of old residential buildings. We walked up to this area from the museum. It has the feel of an ancient village with its narrow streets, crumbling walls and houses made of wood, mud brick and stone –it has a similar character to St Gimignano (Italy). There are numerous shops selling “antiques” and other Turkish handicrafts although I suspect more are open in summer. We had a wonderful meal in one of the restaurants that are part of this area.

Sark Kulesi - Eastern Tower

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The hill which overlooks the city is crowned by the ruins of the old castle, which adds to the picturesqueness of the view, but only a few historic structures surrounding the old citadel have survived to our date.
If you keep walking ever upward to a flight of concrete stairs leading to the Sark Kulesi (SHARK koo-leh-see, Eastern Tower), from which there is a panoramic view of the Turkish capital. You’ll see many of the houses squeezed into the area between the walls are now historic monuments protected by UNESCO.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Ankara on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 39º 56' 21.86" N 32º 51' 56.97" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Sark Kulesi - Eastern Tower .


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