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We were in beypazarı for speed good time in weekend. İt was really fantastic. Cute Anatolian village over there. Especially we like the bazaar, yaşayan museum,hamam museum. İ advise everybody to see this place.
We heard about the time you decided to visit. In our country we have smaller cities that have festivals related to vegetables or fruit. We found it interesting the dist featured carrots. We also drank the mineral Waters that are bottled here. The shopkeepers were...More
Beypazarı among other things, was an interesting Ottoman silver mining town.
Now, situated a little over 1.5 hours minibus drive from Ankara city, dependant on the stops), the local town managers have continued an authentic restoration of many houses, buildings & central town shops, to...More
Before we decided to stop at Beypazari on our way to Goynuk, we never planned to spend an entire afternoon. The old market is so lively, with many shops. Food is amazing, you must try the sweet.There are couple museums and they are all walking...More
We did a day trip from Ankara, a pleasant hours drive west through hills to this pretty rural town. We visited the weekend of the annual June festival of Handicrafts, Historical Houses and Carrots. 60% of Turkey's carrots come from this area and thus the...More
We really enjoyed walking the narrow cobbled streets and checking out all the little shops. Locals were very friendly and helpful and we tried and bought a few new things. Then down the main street, past the carrot sculpture, and there are some more modern...More
A quiet market town, fames for its carrots. Festival in early June brings in the crowds. But still pleasantly quiet at other times.
Has some lovely Ottoman architecture. Beware few speak any English. It's about 90 min bus ride from Ankara.