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Roman Bath Open Air Museum, Ankara

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Among the Roman ruins and citadels of the city of Ankara sits a collection of glitzy, upscale chain hotels. This cosmopolitan city may not be the best choice for the budget-conscious, so if shelling out a lot of money isn't your prerogative, look a little north of the city core to the independent hotels which are a bit more moderately priced. Alternatively, opt for an authentic, family-run Ottoman inn or boutique hotel. You'll find only one hostel here, which tends to fill up quickly.
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  • If you follow the statue of Ataturk in Ulus to the north, about 250 meters later on the right is the entrance of this museum.. You may have to look for it. The remnants are incredible if you enjoy his...  more »
  • The Roman bath was built during the period of the Roman Empire Caracalla between 212-217 and it was used for approximately 500 years. When you enter the Open Air Museum, you will see the ruins of the ...  more »
  • Another treasure of Ankara whose inhabitants are not aware of its existence. Definitely visit the site if you are around Ulus District. The entrance free is around 1-2 euro! The site includes not only...  more »