Köprülü Mehmet Paşa Camii
This beefy, helmet-roofed building beside the Yemeniciler Arastası (a row of shops beside a mosque) dates to 1661. The metal sundial in...
Just walking through Çarşı is a feast for the eyes. Virtually every house in the district is an original, and what little modern...
İzzet Paşa Camii
This is one of the largest mosques constructed during the Ottoman Empire. It was built by the grand vizier in 1796 and restored in 1903....
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...
Run by a foody couple, this place dishes up all the regional classics as well as a few less commmon items such as yayım (noodles with...
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Lonely Planet review
Çarşı's most famous and imposing structure is this brooding 17th-century caravanserai that's now a hotel. Non-guests are welcome to come and explore: climb up to the rooftop for red-tiled-roof panoramas over the town. On Saturdays a market takes place in the square behind it.