1. Anıtkabir (Mausoleum of Atatürk): The final resting place of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey. Anıtkabir encompasses a large area and includes Atatürk’s mausoleum, the cenotaph, and various exhibition halls.
  2. Atakule: A symbol of Ankara, Atakule offers panoramic views of the city. It is an iconic tower with a revolving restaurant at the top.
  3. Haci Bayram Mosque: Located in the historical Ulus district, this mosque is an important religious site and a beautiful example of Ottoman architecture.
  4. Kocatepe Mosque: One of the largest mosques in Ankara, Kocatepe Mosque stands out with its impressive size and architectural design.
  5. Gençlik Park: A large recreational area where locals and visitors can enjoy greenery, paddleboats on the lake, and various outdoor activities.
  6. Çıkrıkçılar Yokuşu: A historic street with traditional Ottoman houses, offering a glimpse into Ankara’s past.
  7. Museum of Anatolian Civilizations: Located near the ancient citadel, this museum houses a rich collection of artifacts from various civilizations that have lived in Anatolia.
  8. Atakule’s Garden of Roses: Situated around Atakule, this garden features a variety of roses, creating a peaceful and scenic atmosphere.
  9. CerModern: Ankara’s modern art museum, showcasing contemporary Turkish and international artworks.
  10. Hamamönü: A charming neighborhood with narrow streets, Ottoman-era houses, boutique shops, and cafes, providing a nostalgic atmosphere.

Explore these places to experience the tranquility and cultural richness that Ankara has to offer.