The broad plaza to the west of the Yivli Minare is called Cumhuriyet Meydanı and is centred around an equestrian statue of Atatürk.
Just to the west of the Yivli Minare are two türbe (tombs), one from the late 14th century and the other from 1502.
Antalya's symbol is the Yivli Minare, a handsome and distinctive 'fluted' minaret erected by the Seljuk Sultan Aladdin Keykubad I in the...
Opposite the jewellery bazaar and just off pedestrian Kazım Özalp Caddesi, this sprawling open-air patio restaurant in an old...
Lonely Planet review
With its cafeteria-style interior, this reasonably priced locals-only joint isn't much to look at. But the wood-fired lahmacun (Arabic-style pizza; ₺3 to ₺6) and expertly grilled kebaps are served with so many complimentary extras, you'll want to return. If you get lost, ask for directions at the landmark Best Western Khan Hotel at Kazım Özalp Caddesi 55.