Ankara, which is located in the Inner Anatolia Region and is also the capital of Turkey, is a very important province with its history. It is a region where many civilizations have lived due to the fact that it is located almost in the middle of Anatolia, it has suitable living conditions and since it on the transit route.
You can reach Ankara by road, railway and airway.
Ankara Castle is a historical castle that has a history of 4 thousand years, which has survived for many centuries and makes history alive. This very old and historical structure has been fully preserved by all its characteristics until today. There are restaurants and shops selling souvenirs around Ankara Castle.
It is the Monumental tomb of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Turkey’s first president. One of the most important reasons why the tomb is located here is his words of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk as ““This hill is what a beautiful memorial place” and ”How beautiful Ankara Castle looks from here”.
Ethnography Museum is the first resting structure of the Great Leader Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, which contains the most important works of time from since foundation of Seljuk state to the present day. This exhibition area welcomes its visitors with a statue of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, built by the Ministry of National Education. The works are lined up in Chronological order, and it is possible to travel in this way.
It is an area of Ankara's old historical houses, restored by district municipality Hamamönü. With its renovated and restored restaurants, unique historic buildings, streets filled with cultural events and items, it welcomes visitors with spectacular cultural richness.