Çarşı's most famous and imposing structure is this brooding 17th-century caravanserai that's now a hotel. Climb up to the rooftop for...
İzzet Paşa Camii
One of the largest mosques constructed during the Ottoman Empire, built by the grand vizier in 1796 and restored in 1903. Its design was...
Kaymakamlar Müze Evi
This typical Safranbolu home has all the classic features of Ottoman houses. It was owned by a lieutenant colonel and still feels like...
Opposite a slew of tinkerers and metalbenders, this is a fabulous little find run by coffee fanatics who make a mean brew, Turkish or...
Deep in the old shopping district is this welcoming little family-run restaurant that serves whatever's on the stove, which luckily is...
Lonely Planet review
On Safranbolu's equivalent of a bar strip, this friendly place is run by a cool mother-and-daughter team who pour ice-cold Efes with smiley efficency. Türkü also hosts regular live music in the form of locals belting out pop tunes.