_ZF***25The whole city is full of red-roofed houses, which look very new, but they are actually left over from the Ottoman period. The locals still live and live in it. It is a very characteristic place. It is all walkable and you can walk around slowly.
M48***13The Jirenhama public bath is the largest public bath in Safranbolu. This bath itself is a historical monument and has a history of more than 500 years. If you want to experience the most authentic Turkish bath, then this is definitely the best choice, it is worth coming to experience it for yourself.
M48***13The Carsi block is the most important commercial and residential area of Safranbolu. The reception is very old. Every road is not very fast, but both sides of the road are full of large and small private shops, selling all kinds of For Turkish products, you might as well take a stroll and choose.
M48***13The Fuduerk hill in Saffron City is the commanding height of Saffron City, and it is also a place where the rich live. There are many single-family high-end villas along the way of Shangqiu, with a very good view, overlooking the beautiful view of the entire Safranbolu, in sharp contrast with the noise under the mountain.
门子乀Go to the Yoryuk village 15 kilometers east of Safranbolu, where there are many beautiful, even dilapidated old houses. These old houses once lived with dervishes of the Bektasi sect. The government forced the nomads to settle here and levied taxes on them. Later, the villagers became rich because of their superb bread baking skills.
There are only about 500 people left in the entire Yoryuk Village, most of whom are elderly. Some middle-aged people also stay here mainly by opening their houses for sightseeing.