Etap Mola Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Izmir Caddesi No:27, Kizilay, Ankara, 06000, Turkey
Etap Mola Hotel
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  • Families75
  • Couples0
  • Solo75
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

Pensions, shared apartments in Ankara

by helenahachmann

Hallo,

I am student from Germany. In the end of september I will start studying in Ankara for one year.
How can I find a cheap room for a student maybe in a shared flat? Are there cheap hostels or pensions to stay until I found a room?

Thank you for your answer.

Greetings, Helena

RE: Pensions, shared apartments in Ankara

by sadik_akdag

hello,
I don't know which university are you coming for, but there are lots of dormitory options for the students in METU. and also you can find some people who are looking for flat-mate if you come here. my suggestion is, stay in the dormitory and then find a flat with a friend. there are some pensions in the kizilay area, the cheap ones are not very safe to stay as a woman. and there are a little bit expensive ones where you can stay. if you coming to metu, maybe I can help you more.

Travel Tips for Ankara

Also you may visit the best...

by Dirim

Also you may visit the best university of Tukey: MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY. It is 8 km from the city centre. But takes only 20 minutes by minibus ('Dolmus' we say)

It was founded in 1956 and has the biggest campus in Turkey. It was founded by US aid, paradoxically in 1970's US ambassador Commer's automobile was set into fire in the campus by anti-imperialist students, suspecting him as a CIA agent in Vietnam.

From almost all of the...

by Dirim

From almost all of the capitals of Europe, you can find flights to Ankara.
The airport is quite far from city center, so do not try taxi. The shuttles are reasonable.

From other cities to Ankara you can come by Train, or Bus. Buses are faster and more comfortable but be aware of the high percentage of traffic accidents.

Istanbul is 6 hours by bus, 7-9 hours by train (rare)
Izmir is 9 hours by bus, 16 hours by train.
(Trains are ceheaper in Turkey)
Try Dolmus, although they are not good in Istanbul, in Ankara Dolmus is the best and fastest way to travel, but, of course select metro or Ankaray if it reaches to the destination you want to go.

(Photo: Road from Gölbasi to Ankara...an old one. Contemporary Ankara is surrounded by motorways)

Outstanding museum

by albaaust

Anatolian Civilisation Museum
This was a wonderful museum that Tosun took us to. The building itself is actually an old restored covered market dating from the 15th Century. It houses a collection of artefacts tracing the history of Anatolia from the 6th century. The exhibits cover a number of ancient Anatolian civilisations including the Palaeolithic, Neolithic, Assyrian, Hittite and Phrygian civilisations. The most impressive exhibits from our point of view were the Hittite reliefs with English explanations. (See photo) The museum justly deserves its 1997 Best European Museum award. There is a small coffee shop inside the museum. Open every day except Monday (8:45 - 5:15) 10YTL entry.

Walk down the hill through Old Ankara

by albaaust

From the Citadel walk to your left and down through the narrow winding streets with various stalls selling dried vegetables, spices, copper beaters and other handicrafts crafts. Again, a glimpse of old Turkey.

Yeni (Cenab Ahmet) Mosque

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

This is one of the largest Ottoman mosque in Ankara and was built by the famous architect Sinan in the 16th century. Unfortunately I watched it only from outside and didn’t see the mimber (pulpit) and mihrap (prayer niche). They were of white marble and the mosque itself is of Ankara stone (red porphyry), an example of very fine workmanship. Yeni Mosque is situated on Ulucanlar Avenue which we were passing by while crossed the city by bus.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Ankara on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 39º 55' 13.98" N 32º 52' 10.99" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Yeni (Cenab Ahmet) Mosque .

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