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The cheapest time to travel to Ankara is during winter as prices rise in summer a little. But generally, it is not hard to get cheap tickets. In the meantime, there are no direct flights to Ankara from Sweden, there are however transit flights to Istanbul or any other European country. Airlines that fly to Ankara are Lufthansa, Pegasus, airlines Turkish airlines, Austrian airlines.
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Ankara lies in turkey and the heart of Anadol, since it became the modern capital of turkey 90 years ago, it developed quickly from a small quiet town to a big city with almost 4 million populations. There are many universities in the city, hence the general mood of the city is young and modern, with lots to do and enjoy.
Many Turkish universities are located in Ankara and much of the city's population consists of young people, which means that the nightlife in Ankara is noisy. There are many inexpensive restaurants and cafes along with pubs and bars. Try hookah with different flavors in one of the cafes. Shopping is best at modern shopping centers where you can find both the global and Turkish brands. But if you're looking for something you can go to a traditional indoor market that sells everything, including gifts and spices.
Ankara has a wide traffic network. Anyone can move around the city by the subway, local buses, taxis are inexpensive but make sure that the counter works before riding the taxi.
Staying in a hotel in Ankara does not cost much such as capital. That is a good budget hotel for those who want to spend little money on hotels. There are 5 stars luxury hotels such as Rixos Grand Ankara, and Ankara Hilton SA which is a middle-level hotel in the city center.
Anitkabir is one of the most important landmarks in Ankara, a Turkish tomb of the national hero Mustafa Kamal Ataturk, the founder of the Turkish state, shrine at the top of a mountain overlooking the city. There is also a museum where you can learn about the history of Ataturk, there are other museums such as the Ethnographic Museum and the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. Ankara Citadel is the oldest in the city and here you can see houses built in the traditional style and in the nearby also the remains of the ruins of the temple and Romania bathrooms. We recommend visiting the many old and beautiful mosques in Ankara as well.
The best time to visit Ankara is during spring and autumn because summer is too hot and winter is too cold. Visiting Beypazari outside Ankara is recommended, which is a small town, in the amazing Anadol, and it is famous for mineral water, old traditional houses, and Souques.
Below is some information about airports located in Ankara
It is 28 km away to the north of Ankara, it is small relatively and well equipped. It is mainly used for inner flights, but it also flies to few destinations in Europe and Iran. The downtown is reachable by the airport buses, local buses, and taxis.