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Hamamonu Restored Area

Talatpasa Bulvari,near Hacettepe Hospital, Ankara, Turkey
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Nice area

You can spend sometime here in old city while your visit to Ankara Castel all homes around are old... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
lanasuliman
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Antalya
via mobile
Renewed old city

The Metropol Municipality renovated an area which was almost ruined and presented a new 200-250... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
GokhanOktar
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Ankara, Turkey
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A wonderful area with many restored 1920-1930 houses now filled with cafes,restaurants,artist shops. A must see place for local and foreigh tourists.
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good36%
  • Average13%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Talatpasa Bulvari,near Hacettepe Hospital, Ankara, Turkey
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US$82 per adult
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"turkish coffee"
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"during ramadan"
in 3 reviews
"traditional dishes"
in 2 reviews
"old city"
in 7 reviews
"old style"
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"walk around"
in 4 reviews
"souvenir shops"
in 4 reviews
"nice place"
in 7 reviews
"nice walk"
in 3 reviews
"turkish culture"
in 2 reviews
"capital city"
in 2 reviews
"visit this place"
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"restoration"
in 11 reviews
"university"
in 6 reviews
"iftar"
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"neighborhood"
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"medicine"
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

You can spend sometime here in old city while your visit to Ankara Castel all homes around are old but renewed ladies who live there sell hand made clothes croche with cheep price

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Metropol Municipality renovated an area which was almost ruined and presented a new 200-250 years old district to people to visit. Some buildings are occupated as commercial places.

Thank GokhanOktar
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Reviewed 15 May 2018

Hamamonu is a nice place where you can both relax and see traditional houses. You can find interesting shops and fine places to eat. You can find traditional food there.

Thank denizozsan
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Reviewed 4 May 2018

So I read about it on tripadvisor and after a 30 minute taxi ride arrived in this under whelming place. There was not much to do or eat here.The restaurants/cafes were rather empty and there were no souvenir shops as stated in some of the...More

Thank SaadSeeb
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Reviewed 27 April 2018 via mobile

I went there at night and it was nice walk between traditional cafe with Turkish coffee and ice cream and ... This place worth to visit in ankara

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Reviewed 26 April 2018

At first sight, I thought they rebuilt the houses but then found out they were renovated. Since central Ankara does not offer you much this is a place you can walk around and enjoy cafes, restaurants and gift shops in an area somewhat authentic.

Thank Leyl K
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Reviewed 24 April 2018

Cute area for walks looks a little too restored, lost its authenticity. On the streets, there are many souvenir shops, cafes that offer traditional food and coffee, cooked on the sand.

Thank fcserg
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Reviewed 9 April 2018

This area is a maze of streets with cafes restaurants and souvenir shops. Tastefully renovated with plants and flowers and a small park. What used to be a run down shanty part of the city is now amazingly an attractive clean bustling environment where you...More

Thank Julia G
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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

I really liked the place; i met with a friend and had a cup of coffee; there are few places that prepare it on sand; please try the Turkish coffee prepared in hot sand; the architecture is really nice and gives you a feeling of...More

Thank Ardita
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Reviewed 4 March 2018

This part of the town was a neglected neighbourhood, very close to the respected Hacettepe University Health Sciences Campus inhabiting school of medicine, dentistry, nursing etc..Dormitories are also in this region, so there is a strong student dominance. The restoration created a very nice recreation...More

Thank DrSincereTraveller
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