YUNUS EMRE CAD. NO:95, Eskisehir, 26120, Turkey
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by esim1

Hi i am trying to find a short term house or apartment in Eskisehir preferably with a pool as i will be there in the height of summer! I know i maybe asking for the impossible, but it is worth a try!..min 2 beds and it must be furnished also with all mod to give good rent due to short term rent.

Many thanks

p.s i have looked at the last post but unfortunately my turkish is not that good so any help from you guys would be much appreciated!


by Sirvictor

Please excuse me to ask this question. But what will you do in Eskisehir? At University or in a fabric?
Eskisehir is quite a good city. But It is hard to find an apartment with a pool. It is also hard to find furnished apartment. Eskisehir have2 great Universities. The apartments for rend are only good for students.They are dirty and not well kept. I know it because My older son studied at Eskisehir Uni. I rended an apartment for him and extra painted and cleaned.
On the orther hand. Uni and enterprises have their privat lodgings for their customers and personal.

Good luck.

Travel Tips for Eskisehir

The traditional houses of...

by ebru

The traditional houses of Goynuk are between a century and a half old. They lean against the sleepy sloping valley sides, resting on a stone basement.
Each house has its own individual character.


by Arkeolog

Phrygians entered Anatolia and built their own cities on the ruins of the Hittites around 1200 BC. They set up a kingdom with its capital at Gordion, ankara. Kingdom extented in thewest from Eskisehir to Sivas, inthe east across the Kizilirmak river territory.
Herodot has referred to Phrygians as the oldest group of thr world and has told about their relations with Egyptians.
In various places in Anatolia, especially in the city of Midas (The most famous Phrygian king),Gordion, at Pazarli tombs covered by large mound of earth(tumuli) and monumentsengraved on rocks with richly ornamanted facades were found.Besiedes their achivements in facade architecture, they were especially good at metal works.
Phrygians have covered the underground tombs by large amounts of earth and formed tumuli. In the many tumuli excavated in Gordion, one of them included a wooden tomb where the bodywas buried and the sides of the tomb were filled with stones.
Other worth to see places are monument of Arezastis, Gerdek kaya, Doganli Kale etc.

Meerschaum-Luletasi Museum

by Arkeolog

This is a very small museum in an Ottoman building. Complex has a museum, workshopsi gift shops and a concert hall. Museum holds a good collection of meerschaum carvings. there many pipes with different figures and motives. Also you can see some contemporary art pieces made of meersshaum too. Pipes are in this museum look fantastic. all of them are handmade and impressive. Free of charge.

Eskisehir--"Old City"?

by greatrussian

"Why was I there?"

It isn't very common for foreigners to want to come to Eskisehir for one main reason, there just isn't much touristy stuff to do here. I, on the other hand wasn't looking for touristy stuff, just a totally different experience. And that is what I got.
I spent two and a half months there, from June to September of 2002, originally to volunteer at the children's camp--TEGV (The Turkish Education Volunteer Foundation). But when my time there was done, I just hung around for a little while.

"Where is Eskisehir?"

Eskisehir is in northwestern Anatolia, right in between Istanbul (6 hours) and Ankara (3 hours). The city is a major transportation stopping point between the two cities, and so is incredibly easy to get to. The train is probably the best way from Istanbul, because it is incredibly comfortable, and cheap. But the bus works just as well, especially since you really need to purchase train tickets in advance, to ensure you have a seat. Coming from any other city (or going on to), I definitely recommend taking the bus.

The words eski and sehir mean "old" and "city" respectively, but the city that you visit really isn't that old, since most of it was destroyed in the Turkish war of Independence. So don't expect to see any Classical or Ottoman structures in the city itself. There are still some fairly decent destinations for the laid back traveller though.

yakacik's new Eskisehir Page

by yakacik

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I was there years ago
1st time in 1960 when my brother was there on his military service then for business purposes years after.

Eskisehir is an industrially developped town and well known in the past by its stoves when there were not so many central heatings in Turkey and the natural gas system and these days by Eti Biscuits...

We saw on the street many people selling a drinK named KABALAK

then also saw same sign in the hotel but someone has put it near the fruits juices so we drunk a lot of these juices during the breakfast thnking that there was an exotic fruit named KABALAK which we did now see in our lives...

Months after we learned that this was just a local famous spring water and that was all..

So when you see a sign on the street check it carefully and dont cheat yourself as it happened to us...

Anyway hello from here to all Eskisehir resident who still enjoy this water which we dont have here in Istanbul..By the way here we drink at home Kristal SU even if Istanbul water Administration announces that tap water is mcuh healtier then some spring waters. I am sure they are right too.

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