Crowne Plaza Hotel Ankara

Mevlana Blv No 2, Ankara, 06570, Turkey
Crowne Plaza Hotel Ankara
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by Mozhdeh


We are visiting Ankara and was wondering if anyone knows apartment rentals or any clean rooms to stay during our stay which will be from June 7th-June 16th. We need to be close to U..S embassy. something around $40-$50 a night. Please reply if you know any place. By the way, we are 3 adults and 1 kid.

thank you in advance!


by qaminari

I would be surprised if you can find an apartment for that price in that area (Kavaklidere)! Best bet close to the U.S. Embassy would probably be the Best Western Hotel Ikibin 2000. But, you might ask what is the real price of this:


by theodore99

İf you were looking a rental room in istanbul, ı would have helped you but in ankara no.. sorry...
anyway if you wanna come by istanbul and look for a reasonable price house,
that will be 0507 239 46 24


by amiriniran

salam mozhdeh

are you an iranian living in tehran like me?!
well,. i think you should forget about rooms and go on a tour. there are some relatively cheap hotels very near US embassy but i cannot remember their names now. i was there 5 years ago. talk to a good travel agency and they will help you. good luck.amir.

PS please see my VT mail. i just sent you an email.

Travel Tips for Ankara

Going to the theatre

by Profsmiley

So, alright, the selection might not be as rich as it is in Istanbul, but Ankara is a city that keeps a theatre-lover happy :)

Please keep that in mind that most plays are in Turkish.

A list of the known theatre companies:

State Theatre of Ankara - 0 312 3092414

Buyuk Tiyatro - 0 312 3242210

Kucuk Tiyatro - 0 312 3111169

Sinasi Sahnesi - 0 312 4671745

Yeni Sahne - 0 312 4313887

Altindag Tiyatrosu - 0 312 3165902

Can Tiyatrosu
Adnan Saygun Caddesi, 6/8, Sihhiye, Ankara
0 312 4318528

Ankara Art Theatre
Ihlamur Sokak, No: 6/B, Yenisehir, Ankara
0 312 4177676
0 312 4250256

Ekin Art Center
Menekse 1 Sokak, No: 8, Kizilay, Ankara
0 312 4195656

Tiyatro Keyfi is a good site for play reviews, and news about the theatre companies.

Soguksu National Park-Kizilcahamam

by voyageur2

Ankara has various points of interest. Pages can never include its richness completely. Kizilcahamam is one of my favourites. Soguksu National Park is only 100 kms away from Ankara and that easily makes Kizilcahamam a place to go. It is possible to access higher points of mountains. Views are great over there, its maximum height is 1800 metres. Enjoy clear skies and feel the magic of pine trees...

Ice Cream, Puddings, Baklava, Salep

by WulfstanTraveller about Mado

Mado is a chain of cafes serving a range of food but primarily known for ice cream and, to a lsightly lesser degree, a range of other desserts. One can, however, find a small range of savoury (non-dessert) food as well, specifically borek, the savoury version of baklava, and a breakfast menu. Otherwise, it's all ice cream (dondurma), with a large range of flavours, baklava, and puddings. I've had better in Turkey, but only at small places and the ice cream, baklava, and puddings here are excellent. They also have very good salep, but it's not cheap, tea, coffee, etc.

In Ankara, there is a very nice Mado right in the heart of Kizilay, just east of the square and in the Sakarya Caddesi shopping and eating neighbourhood.

As is common, there is eating downstairs plus a smoking area upstairs. Very good kazandibi, great baklava and salep (hot, thick, and very tasty), and great ice cream.

Pay your respects to Ataturk!!

by albaaust

Anýtkabir, is the mausoleum built for Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder and first president of the Turkish republic. We caught a taxi to this complex. At the entrance there is a search of bags and a long walk to the paved walkway which then leads to the mausoleum. At the paved walkway there are two towers and two immense groups of statues. The female statue group in national garments represent “the proud, sedate, determined Turkish woman” in great sorrow. The wreath they carry represents Turkey’s productivity. The male statue group represent the soldiers, young people and intellectuals and the farmer in deep sorrow, and longing. The paved walkway (lion road) with 24 lion statues on both ends leads to the tomb and represents power and tranquility. The lion statues are done in Hittite style, because of Atatürk’s love of Turk and Anatolian history. There is 42-step stairway leading to the mausoleum. In the middle of the stairs is the “address pulpit”. One side of the marble pulpit is decorated with circular geometrical motifs, and Atatürk’s remark, “Sovereignty is without doubt, the Nation’s.” On the front is Atatürk’s address to the Turkish youth, which begins Turkish Youth! Your first duty is to forever preserve and defend the Turkish Independence and the Turkish Republic. The whole complex conveys a certain amount of grandeur atop the hill with views of Ankara and it stark, very white, huge columns. The guards in front of the mausoleum are also quite impressive. Try to time your arrival when the guards change. Free

Buy some cheese at the Kurdish market

by albaaust

The Kurdish market was also a wonderful place to explore in terms of the various foods people were selling including goats cheese, yoghurt, various meats, fruit and vegetables. A colourful, wonderful smells authentic experience.


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