Ankara tour
Ankara tour




Ankara, Turkey’s capital and one of the country’s most diverse tourism cities, has numerous historical sites, museums, and amusement parks. Ankara has multiple excellent tourist sites where you may have fun and leisure with your family and friends. Ankara is a fantastic city to visit if one of your main reasons for traveling is to learn about Turkey’s rich history. Ankara’s citadel neighborhood has the country’s top museum, Atatürk’s mausoleum, and a glimpse of the city’s past before it was elevated to capital status. Ankara’s central location makes it an ideal starting point for further exploring the Anatolian heartland. Here is a list of top tourist attractions in Ankara to go and visit while you’re in town deciding where to go.

Ankara tours & packages

Top Attraction

  • Museum of Anatolian Civilizations

One of Turkey’s most famous tourist attractions is the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. The museum was founded in 1921 in a neighborhood near the Ankara Citadel. Many relics from the Stone Age to the present day are displayed at the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. Antiquities are also shown in chronological order at the museum. In 1997, the European Museum of the Year was given to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. As a result, you can observe ruins from the old and present Stone Age, Chalcolithic, Bronze Age, Hittite civilization, Virginian civilization, Orarto civilization, and Late Hittites. 

  • Ankara’s Castle

Ankara Castle is regarded as one of the city’s major tourist attractions. The structure dates back over 3000 years. The castle’s walls were constructed during the reign of Roman Emperor Mikhail II. Some buildings date back to the 7th century. When you visit Ankara Castle, you may see the Roman Theater, one of Ankara’s oldest sights, and admire its magnificence and the Roman-built walls.

  • The Youth Park

The Youth Park, one of Ankara’s iconic symbols, covers a total area of 275,000 m2: 61.724 m2of hard floorings, 45.782 m2 of aquatic space, and 1.790 m2 of children’s playground. The park has 2,868 trees,1100 light poles, 500 lighting fixtures, a 25.000-square-meter fun park, and a 10,000-square-meter opera house.

  • Erimtan Art Museum 

The Erimtan Museum’s collection is primarily Classical, making it an ideal complement to the city’s more enormous Anatolian Civilizations Museum. They can readily be seen together in one morning or afternoon because they sit on the road going up to the citadel.

The Erimtan’s modern narrative displays, which eschew standard museum curation, bring the artifacts of this private collection to life, allowing visitors to learn more about daily life in the Greek and Roman periods.

Tourist Transportation

Ankara Metrosu, a two-line subway, and Ankara Banliyö Treni, a single-line suburban railway, are available in the city. It is worth mentioning that maps are few, and nearly all information is in Turkish, so travelers may find it challenging to navigate Ankara’s public transportation system, notably the public bus network.

When Is the Best Time to Take a tour

The best time to visit Ankara is spring and summer when the weather is pleasant and the city’s celebrations peak.

Covid-19 aka Coronavirus Travel Advice

If you consider traveling during the coronavirus pandemic, take precautions to protect yourself and others from Covid-19. Answer a few questions before traveling to a destination: have you been vaccinated against Covid-19, have you been in close contact with a person with Covid-19, and does your home or destination have requirements or restrictions for travelers?
Steps to stay safe during your travel

  • Maintain a distance of 2 meters from others,
  • Wear a face mask,
  • Avoid the crowded or poorly ventilated areas,
  • Cover coughs and sneezes with bent elbow or tissues,
  • Clean and wash your hands frequently,
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth,
  • Avoid eating or drinking on public transportation.

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