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Business class flights to Ankara

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Inside of Kocatepe Mosque

Ankara the capital of Turkey may not be as impressive as Istanbul but it is great destination in its own right. It has significant traces of ancient and medieval history. And you will find the specimens of this kind during your visit to Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and Mustafa Kemal Atatürk’s colossal mausoleum. Made capital of Turkey in 1923, following the war of independence,it is now home to four million people. The administrative and educational hub of the country is frequented by a good number of travellers that presses for demand for business class flights to Ankara.

Useful Information

  • The best time to visit Ankara is from July to October.
  • If you are planning to see some events, make sure to have tickets in advance.
  • Ankara is well known for its ‘Doner Kebab’ which can be during the visit.

Ankara Esenboga International Airport receives travellers from across the globes that come here to explore its various tourist attractions. To make their getting around easy the city has excellent public transport system – buses, metro, taxi and suburban railways are part of it. Most of the historical buildings and landmarks are situated around Ulus. Most parts of its historic heart can be explored on foot. Anitkabir which is situated atop a hill in the Anittepe quarter of the city is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the great leader of Turkey. Haci Bayram Mosque, situated near Augustus Temple was built in 15th century and was later renovated in 17th and 18 century. The Turkish capital is also home to some of the best rated museums in Europe. Museum of Anatolian Civilizations is home to some oldest artefacts that date back to Palaeolithic age. State Art and Sculpture Museum keeps hosting temporary as permanent exhibitions. The guests can visit Ankara Ethnography Museum, where traditional clothes and other items are on display. War of Independence Museum throws light on independence struggle through various artefacts. While in the city never forget to visit remains of Ankara Castle, Temple of Augustus and Roman Bath.

Ankara Flights

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