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Walk the old narrow streets of Safranbolu

This area is categorized by its old narrow streets. Here you can see the handcrafted memorabilias... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Musaed A
Cobblestones and local specialities

Of course a place like Safranbolu, and especially the Eski Çarşı, the old market, attract a lot of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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1 week ago
“Walk the old narrow streets of Safranbolu”
2 weeks ago
“Cobblestones and local specialities”
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Safranbolu, Turkey
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Reviewed 14 June 2016 via mobile

Very picturesque with a good number of other attractions nearby. While it is certainly touristic nearly all the the tourists are Turkish themselves (according to some local shopkeepers). This is also the home to lokum, or Turkish delight, and there are amazing variations here that...More

1  Thank CasRijvers
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Reviewed 6 July 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This area is categorized by its old narrow streets. Here you can see the handcrafted memorabilias and you can buy saffron from the small boutiques. There's also a lot of turkish cafes and restaurants. Old style hotels are available here.

Thank Musaed A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Of course a place like Safranbolu, and especially the Eski Çarşı, the old market, attract a lot of visitors. Approaching the place can be a bit torturous with numerous buses pulling up at once and cars jostling for spaces. Best to walk from a little...More

Thank Elke W
Reviewed 1 October 2018

Safranbolu reflects a cross section from Turkish history. Not much unspoiled. Under the UNESCO protection. We went twice. Last time we went we stayed in hotels in Rose. It's a wonderfull hotel. A city famous for its saffron flower.

Thank omer1475
Reviewed 22 May 2018

A must-visit old town with heaps of character and charm. Narrow streets and typical architecture of the period/region. Too many souvenir shops for my taste, but thankfully didn't spoil the overall atmosphere.

Thank PaulT2464
Reviewed 22 May 2018

Although some shops chnaged in their trade content most of them are running their usual business like in the old times. The streets, buildings, shops, esp. Arasta take you to a travel in time.

Thank Onur K
Reviewed 25 April 2018

The Eski carsi is the heart of Safranbolu as the city being in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. The Markets and its streets are very well preserved. There are lots of shops and places to see which are very well maintained. The prices are...More

Thank KamranR117
Reviewed 26 August 2017

if you are in to history you should visit this old place you can enjoy your Turkish coffee with live music .

Thank Shiva M
Reviewed 1 July 2017

Safranbolu is in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. The old town and the market represent the Ottoman Era features successfully. I am pretty sure that you will like the hand crafts shops, fountains, mosques, restaurants and cafés offering local culinary dishes as well as...More

Thank Ebru A
Reviewed 14 June 2016 via mobile

Very picturesque with a good number of other attractions nearby. While it is certainly touristic nearly all the the tourists are Turkish themselves (according to some local shopkeepers). This is also the home to lokum, or Turkish delight, and there are amazing variations here that...More

1  Thank CasRijvers
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good mornin. no it,s not a good time visit that city. but if you follow weather forecast if no rain you can visit. because black sea seashore winter time is mostly rainy.maselama foxhunt wish have a nice holiday
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