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...
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....
Çarşı's most famous and imposing structure is this brooding 17th-century caravanserai that's now a hotel. Non-guests are welcome to come...
Opposite a slew of tinkerers and metalbenders, this is a fabulous little find run by coffee fanatics who make a mean brew, Turkish or...
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...
Ottoman Houses information
Lonely Planet review
Just walking through Çarşı is a feast for the eyes. Virtually every house in the district is an original, and what little modern development there is has been held in check. Many of the finest historic houses have been restored, and as time goes on, more and more are being saved from deterioration and turned into hotels, shops or museums.