Hasan Süzer Ethnography 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...
100 Yil Atatürk Kültür Parkı
This park is a lovely space in the middle of the city and provides a green haven for nature lovers, families and courting 20-somethings....
A student crowd (male and female, we promise) gathers here to take advantage of the delightfully authentic setting in a historic...
Resisting the passage of time, the Çınarlı still enjoys a great reputation for its yöresel yemeks (traditional dishes), a perfect...
Lonely Planet review
This restored 200-year-old stone house features a central hayat (courtyard) patterned with light and dark stones. Rooms on the ground floor were for service; those on the 1st floor made up the selamlık (quarters for male family members and their visitors); and those on the 2nd floor were the haremlik (for female family members and their visitors).