Ankara Castle is one of the places to see in Ankara. It has a nice view of the city that you can see most of the central places around. The castle has many souvenir shops and traditional Ankara houses inside. All was restored thanks to Altindag municipality. There are also cafes and restaurants inside the castle. When the castle was made is not known exactly. There aren't armors around the walls which means that you must be very careful while you are at the upper part. The historic neighborhood within the old walls can be divided into two parts. One where money has been pumped in to restore the historic buildings and draw tourists. This area is centred on the road between the main gate and the citadel. The rest of this neighborhood is quite poor but oozes a authentic historic charm. Its well worth a visit if you're into these sorts of things 🌟⛅️🏰🌼 #solstice #urbanexplorer #summervacation #hikingtrails #historicculture
Compared with other cities, the city's travelers, as the capital of Ankara, like the town, faded out of people's horizons, only the "explosion" makes people think of it by chance.
Ankara Fort is not so much an attraction, it is better to be a place for people around to take a leisurely walk, not the same quiet.
There are no tourists in the town, most of them are locals, there are a group of children who play and feel very happy.
Ankara Fortress occupies the commanding heights of Ankara and overlooks the entire city of Ankara. It is also the back garden that local residents like.
I met a group of middle school students who were looking for me to take photos. I was shocked when I learned that they were only 17 years old. It seems that there are more than 30 bars
, but there is a child who is far forward and very cute. Sure enough, this is a good place to look at Ankara.