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Review of Beypazari

Beypazari
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Reviewed November 9, 2013 via mobile

The best place for breakfast in beypazari maybe ankara area. Especially you have to try honey & butter. Thank you sister fatma :))

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Reviewed October 15, 2013

Last Saturday we went to Beypazari (the last letter isn't an "i'', it's another letter from turkish alphabet). It's a small town about 100 km from Ankara. If you travel to Ankara, Beypazari is really worth a visit.
The history of the town goes back to the 3d century BC, it was a stop in the Silk Road.

Now it's just a small town with cobbled streets and ottoman houses. This district is famous for its carrots. You can see the carrots everywhere starting from the main square. There is a carrot statue at the square. If you walk the narrow streets, you'll find fresh carrot juice, fresh carrots in sacks, even carrot lukum with nuts (we liked it!). We also tried an ayva lukum, it was also good.
There are lots of souvenirs from wood, very cheap, silver shops, baklava shops. You can also buy hand-made tablecloths.

There are six museums in Beypazari, we visited one of them - the History and Culture Museum, spent an hour there. The museum is located at an ottoman house, so you can see the house inside and get an idea of the life in ottoman times. The entry fee is 2 liras, kids under 12 free.

There are lots of small restaurants in the town centre. We went to one of them and tried a local specialty called ''testi kebab''. It wasn't very tasty but it was really amazing to see the dish. It was cooked in a clay "'egg'', then brought to our table and broke with the knife. Then the waiter put the contents (meat and vegetables) in a pot and lighted a burner.

We spent three hours in Beypazari, the weather was fine and we enjoyed our trip.

2  Thank Irina S
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Reviewed August 27, 2013

If you just drive through, you 'll just think that it is just another small town, but if you make the turn towards the city center you will be rewarded...
There is a whole neighborhood with old houses, small workshops, local restaurant etc. There are of course the usual shops with products for tourists ( mostly locals from Ankara ) but it really worths to spend a couple of hours walking the narrow coble-stone streets and taste local food, especially carrot products and the famous baklava with 80 layers of filo pastry.

1  Thank Thanasis_P
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Reviewed August 19, 2013

There are a lot of markets and restaurants. Also, the town is known for the vast love of carrots. Other than that, Beypazari is pretty much a small average town. Still nice though.

Thank Zeus6662013
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Reviewed April 28, 2013

This town is lovely. There is a nice street of shopping for fresh food, silver earrings and handmade products. There are lots of wooden products and Sweets to go around!

Thank MidhelleD
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