This stately mosque, with its huge dome and intricately carved minber, dates from the 14th century but is built on the site of an...
Konya's most prominent mosque is the Selimiye Camii, built between 1566 and 1574 when Sultan Selim II was the governor of Konya.
For Muslims and non-Muslims alike, the main reason to come to Konya is to visit the Mevlâna Museum, the former lodge of the whirling...
In a serious sign of Konya moving with the times, this funky cafe serves up cappuccinos, French press and frappes a hop-skip-jump from...
Super-fast service makes this cheap and cheerful restaurant a favourite with the lunchtime crowd. The pide is filling, fresh and tasty,...
Konya's bazaar sprawls back from the post office building virtually all the way to the Mevlâna Museum, cramming the narrow streets with stalls, roving vendors and the occasional horse-drawn cart. There's a concentration of shops selling religious paraphernalia and tacky souvenirs at the Mevlâna Museum end.