Royal Anka Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

G.M.K Bulvary No:96, Maltepe, Ankara, Turkey
Royal Anka Hotel
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Costs 31% less but rated 74% lower than other 4 star hotels

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apartments/pensions in Ankara

by helenahachmann

Hello,

we are two students from Munich. At the end of september we start our erasmus-exchange at the baskent university in Ankara. The dormitory there is too expensive for us so we want to look for a flat or a room in a privat dormatory.

Do you know some names (homepages?) of privat dormatories? Also the names of good pensions for the first days that are not too expensive could help.

If you want to rent a room or a small apartment or if you know someone who does please contact us.

Thanks in advance!

Best regards,

Heena & Carina

RE: apartments/pensions in Ankara

by Sirvictor

Unfortunately there is not a wide system called "Untermieter" in Turkey especially in Ankara. It is really very hard to find a room to rent. The flats which are "mobliert" are very expencive. I advice you to stay at the domitory of Baskent and search a reasonable room in the meanwhile.

RE: apartments/pensions in Ankara

by infinitys

hi there,

have a look at this website specified below;

www.remax.com.tr,click on their english link to get some information about to rent a flat in ankara

RE: apartments/pensions in Ankara

by eorlinga

Hi Helena and Carina!

I have exactly the same problem, I'll also come to Ankara as an ERASMUS-Student of Baskent University and did not wnat to stay at baskent's dorm for financial and other reasons. I'll be there from February to June and I'm searching for a place to stay for several weeks now! Did you find a solution for your problem? Where did you stay in the end?

Best,
Sabine

RE: RE: apartments/pensions in Ankara

by sinanaysev

Hello,I am real estate agency in Ankara.We have some apartments for you.please look at our web: http://www.hurriyetemlak.com/real_estate/company/index.php?user_id=3053
our company name is Medya Emlak.
The prices are in turkish money. 1 Euro=1.928 Turkish money

RE: apartments/pensions in Ankara

by sinanaysev

Hello,I am real estate agency in Ankara.We have some apartments for you.please look at our web: http://www.hurriyetemlak.com/real_estate/company/index.php?user_id=3053
our company name is Medya Emlak.
The prices are in turkish money. 1 Euro=1.928 Turkish money

RE: apartments/pensions in Ankara

by sinanaysev

http://www.hurriyetemlak.com/real_estate/company/index.php?user_id=3053
please visit our veb.

Re: apartments/pensions in Ankara

by NorikoSaito

Hi, I recommend staying in a dormitory especially for students. Most of the dormitories are located within steps of public transportation. They may offer a number of convenient services such as free laundry. I know two dormitories in ankara www.gelengul.com.tr and www.mujdekizyurt.com.tr .
I hope it helps

Travel Tips for Ankara

Village at the Citadel

by MalenaN

Walking up the steps from Hisarparki Caddesi, through a gate in the wall and then through the park, and after passing a second gate I was surprised to suddenly be in what seemed to be an old Turkish village. A village with winding little streets and no cars.

City public buses of Ankara

by hokomoko

Theres two bus companies both are controlled by Ankara municipality
1.EGO Buses
2.OHO Buses
every where is awailable in and surrounding areas by wide bus service cheepest way to get around in Ankara.
ticket price for adults approx.:1.-$
theres multipass tickets also valid meanwhile in metro systems.

The Ataturk Mausoleum (Anitkabir)

by mikelisaanna

Ataturk (born Mustafa Kemal) was the founder of modern Turkey. He was also a highly decorated commander of Turkish troops in both World War I and the Greek-Turkish war of the early 1920s in which Turkey maintained its independence. After the wars, Ataturk served as Turkey's president from 1923 until his death in 1938. During this period, he dramatically reformed Turkey, bringing it into the modern age.

The mausoleum complex that was built in the 1940s to house his body is very large and impressive. Its centerpiece is a large central hall, the "Hall of Honor", whose ceiling is over 50 feet high. Inside the Hall of Honor is a symbolic sarcophagus where people lay wreaths in honor of Ataturk. His actual tomb is in a chamber below the Hall of Honor that is closed to the public. Outside the Hall of Honor is a large courtyard, which is enclosed by a colonnade that contains a couple of smaller Ataturk-related exhibits (his cars and boat) as well as the tomb of Inonu, Turkey's second president. Leading up to the courtyard is a long walkway flanked by lion statues called the "Walk of Lions".

Another part of the mausoleum complex worth visiting is the excellent museum about Ataturk, his wartime exploits and his reforms as leader of Turkey (see our separate tip for more info on that museum).

Seng├╝l hamami (Turkish bath)

by Tuna_ank

This is a Turkish bath from 16.cc. Clean and interesting hamam. There are women and men parts. Some women can help for washing yourself and massage. I advice. It is cheap. I go there once a month.
If you go a bit right before the hamam you may reach to old Jewish houses and sinagog.
Open hours: 07:30 - 19:30 ( A bit more for men)
Attention: It is under renovation now. (June 2009)

Railway Museum

by serkanen

Railway Museum is a historical two-story stone building constructed in 1924 and later restored to its original appearance. Originally planned as a venue for the exhibition of paintings, sculpture and handicrafts, it also houses many historical objects such as chairs and chandeliers from TCDD (Turkish Railway Directorate). The ground floor is now a devoted to the material culture of Turkish railroads. Lalanterns, communication equipment, line measuring devices, station cupboards, tickets, purses and many other fascinating objects tell the story of "the train"

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