Amasya's old belediye (town council) building was built in the late Ottoman era and has a lovely stone facade.
These tombs are the most impressive of Amasya's glut of 4th-century-BC, rock-cut Pontic tombs though up-close there's nothing much to...
The Gümüşlü Cami (1326) is the earliest Ottoman mosque in Amasya, but has been rebuilt several times: in 1491 after an earthquake, in...
Looking out over town from the top of the Pontic tomb staircase, the wooden terraces here have panoramic vistas over Amasya. Service can...
Amasya Şehir Derneği
Beloved by a suited-and-booted clientele, this restaurant has a menu of typical Turkish grills.The balcony is the place to be,...
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Strabon Restaurant information
Our favourite riverside deck in Amasya. The hot or cold mezes (₺6 to ₺12) are tasty and fresh, the meat grills are low on oil, and the grilled balık (fish) is so perfectly cooked it literally falls off the bone. If you're not hungry, Strabon doubles as a fun venue for a few beers.