Köprülü Mehmet Paşa Camii
This beefy, helmet-roofed building beside the Yemeniciler Arastası (s row of shops beside a mosque) dates to 1661. The metal sundial in...
One of the most renowned bathhouses in all of Turkey, with separate baths for men and women.
Çarşı's most famous and imposing structure is this brooding 17th-century caravanserai that's now a hotel. Climb up to the rooftop for...
A lively bar with regular live music. Its atmospheric stone walls are illuminated by electric candles.
This quaint, clean and friendly place still uses a wood fire to cook its tasty basic staples.
Lonely Planet review
Although Safranbolu is so packed with sweet shops that you half expect the houses to be made out of gingerbread, Safrantat is one of the top picks for sugary delights. Don't leave without trying the regional speciality, yaprak helvası – delicious chewy layers of white helva (halva) spotted with ground walnuts. You can also visit the Safrantat factory behind the petrol station in Kıranköy to see how lokum is made.