Gaziantep City Museum
Wedged between modern buildings and smack in the centre of town, this church was constructed by French priests with the help of Napoleon...
Built on a small hill off the main thoroughfare, this is the most impressive of Gaziantep's many mosques. Initially constructed as a...
Hasan Süzer Ethnography Museum
This restored 200-year-old stone house features a central hayat (courtyard) patterned with light and dark stones. Rooms on the ground...
A student crowd (male and female, we promise) gathers here to take advantage of the delightfully authentic setting in a historic...
The super-slick Mado is the place to meet Gaziantep's movers and shakers. You can nosh on snacks and sip fruity cocktails, but the...
Gaziantep City Museum information
Lonely Planet review
Interactive displays and foreign-language audioguides steer visitors through everything from the story of baklava to Gaziantep's history of shoemaking. You can relax with a tea, coffee or cold beer in the Bayazhan's courtyard cafe, there's occasional live music, and the whole complex is ringed with a halo of compact shops selling interesting and well-priced local crafts.