Eyuboglu Hotel

Karanfil Sok 73, Bakanliklar, Ankara, 06540, Turkey
Eyuboglu Hotel
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46%
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30%
4
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15%
2
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7%
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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples80
  • Solo100
  • Business90

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Forum Posts

Student looking for a shared apartment or a small apartment

by babsi_3

I´m an Austrian student and I´m going to do an internship in Ankara for four months. I´m looking for a shared apartement (with other students)/or a small apartment between 15 April and 15 August. Does anybody know where I can search? Will it be very difficult to find a place?


babsihem@yahoo.com

RE: Student looking for a shared apartment or a small apartment

by Sirvictor

Servus Barbara,Unfortunately it is not a custom of Turkish old ladies to hire a room to the young students.There is no "untermieter" system in Turkey.Please contact with other students haveing the some problem in Ankara forum. To give you a good information I must know the following questions:
1- to which Uni. are you coming? Medicine?
2-How much can you pay for a furnished flat? or a shared flat?

RE: RE: Student looking for a shared apartment or a small apartment

by babsi_3

Thanks for your response....it seems you speak German! :-)Actually I´m going to do an internship (Praktikum) in Ankara so I´ll work and won´t be at the University during this time. I would pay up to 300 Euros per month but if it is less it would be better.
Any idea how I could contact students who would like to share their apartment?
Thanks for your help!

RE: RE: Student looking for a shared apartment or a small apartment

by babsi_3

Sounds great! Could you give me an e-mail address so I could contact them (my e-mail: babsihem@yahoo.com)thank you very much!


RE: Student looking for a shared apartment or a small apartment

by atadirk

Hallo Babsi

You can check out (and even join) the following interesting expat website: www.expatinturkey.com

They also have fun events!!!

Cheers

Dirk

RE: Student looking for a shared apartment or a small apartment

by ayaskocak

Hi, I have seen your message a little late. I have a fully furnished flat (3 bedroom, 1 reception) in Ankara in a very good location (very near to Ministry Of Foreign Affairs and in a good location for most of the universties (Hacettepe, Middle East Technical Universty, Gazi Universty). I will rent it for long or short term for 700$ per month. You may contact me from ayaskocak@yahoo.com

Travel Tips for Ankara

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Street Food - Hot Seasoned Corn

by WulfstanTraveller about Bardak Misir Street Vendors

Ankara doesn't have the variety or sheer number of street vendors one can find in the older parts of Istanbul, but it has many street vendors selling cups of hot cooked corn, seasoned with everything from just butter to hot sauce, ketchup, pepper, lemon, and whatever else you want them to put on it. This particular street food, "Bardak Misir" (literally "cup corn") is the most common and popular one in Ankara, yet in Istanbul one may never see it. The vendors are popular, doing a brisk business, and there are several in the Sakarya Caddesi area of Kizilay alone. The cost for a cup, with whatever you want on it, is a mere 1 lira - about 75 cents US - and it's tasty. It's also great on a cold winter night, with clouds of steam billowing from the vendors' carts.

This is a great way to get a quick, tasty, snack and spend very little money, or feed picky children who (like my kids) for some reason might rebel against most Turkish food (an exceedingly approachable cuisine with plenty of dishes one would think children-friendly like plain chicken or pide with cheese). Bardak Misir.

Rahmi Koc Museum

by basak

This is a very new private museum in Ankara. Rahmi Koc is the owner of the biggest holding in Turkey. He is the son of Vehbi Koc who had started his business life in a small shop in Ankara. Rahmi Koc bought and renovated the historical building in which his father's shop was sutiaed and turned it into an industry museum in 2005.

This is the sister Museum of another larger museum dedicated to history of transport, industry and communications and created by Rahmi Koc in Istahbul.

In 32 rooms of the museum, it is possible to see not only some scientific and medical tools used many years ago but also many items of daily life such as old TVs, radios and models of old ships, planes, railway tools.

There is a nice coffee-house in the museum where you can eat really nice cakes, hoewever it is quite expensive.

When visiting the museum, please remember to watch your head!! It is a very old building (first built in 1522) and at those times the doors were built very short to keep the heat inside, therefore you must be careful to keep your head when entering into rooms.

This is an activity SPECIALLY...

by silvia-m.b

This is an activity SPECIALLY for women: When you arrives at Ataturk's Mausoleum you'll see the most handsome mens in all Turkey's Army. They look like, at beginning like lead soldier but 'OH MY GOD' is not my imagination... are real MEN!
Yes, girls! Is not a dream!!!!!!
Strong, handsome, tall, attractive, fatal attraction, clean, beatiful eyes...everything!

Anýtkabir

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Anýtkabir (literally, "memorial tomb") is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the leader of Turkish War of Independence and the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey. It was designed by architects Professor Emin Onat.
The site chosen for Anýtkabir was known as Rasattepe (Observation Hill), which, at the time of the architectural competition for Anýtkabir, was a central location in Ankara and could be seen by all parts of the city.

You may watch my high resolution photo of Ankara on the Google Earth according to the following coordinates 39º 55' 31.51" N 32º 50' 15.20" E or on my Google Earth Panoramio Anitkabir - Hall of Honor .

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