Set in Çarşı's central square, the Kazdağlıoğulu Camii is a typical Ottoman-style mosque, built in 1779.
Köprülü Mehmet Paşa Camii
This beefy, helmet-roofed building beside the Yemeniciler Arastası dates to 1661. The metal sundial in the courtyard was added in the...
Çarşı's most famous and imposing structure is this brooding 17th-century caravanserai that's now a hotel. Nonguests are welcome to come...
The prime people-watching territory is the cushioned benches out in the alleyway or head inside to cosy up in one of the intimate...
Squirreled away down a little alleyway, this place rustles up rustic, wholesome cooking. Try the divine pot of etlı dolma (vine leaves...
Kazdağlıoğulu Meydanı · interesting places nearby
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One of the most renowned bathhouses in all of Turkey, with separate baths for men and women. If you're going to get scrubbed down to rosy-pink skin just once on your Turkey travels, this is the place to do it.