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AnadoluJet is beside you so that you can explore the dynamic city life of Ankara, Turkey’s capital, its historical buildings defying the ages, and its rich museum collections. AnadoluJet offers you economical advantages as well as a safe and comfortable Ankara travel with Adana-Ankara flight ticket prices. Thanks to the economical Adana-Ankara flights of AnadoluJet, your journey will turn into a pleasant travel experience.
For a pleasant and economical flight with AnadoluJet that will accompany you on the Adana-Ankara route, the only thing you should do is to make your travel plan. After making your travel plan, you can book a ticket on a flight that falls within any date and time ranges you want from the “Search Flight” section of AnadoluJet. By using the online transactions, you can make mobile check-in before coming to the airport.
You can also make a reservation for the cheapest Adana-Ankara flight ticket through the online channels. You can make a reservation for a flight that falls within the best date and time ranges for your travel. You can make a reservation anytime between 355 days and 72 hours to your flight on the online channels. The price of the ticket you will book is fixed at the rate on your reservation date. When you arrive in the city after your journey from Adana to Ankara with AnadoluJet, a wonderful travel experience will be waiting for you.
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How to go to Adana Sakirpasa Airport from the City Center?
Adana Sakirpasa Airport where direct flights are performed to numerous destinations in Turkey and the world, is the only airport that provides also the neighboring cities with domestic and international flights. Used since 1937, Adana Sakirpasa Airport has the heaviest air traffic in Cukurova Region and the East Mediterranean. Adana Sakirpasa Airport, where the domestic and international flights of Osmaniye and Mersin as well as Adana are also performed, is 5 km to the city center. Therefore, the transportation between the airport and the city is rather easy and includes many alternatives.
Taxi may be the most comfortable and fastest transport alternative to go to the airport from the city center. Thanks to closeness of the airport to the city center, you can go to the airport from numerous transportation points at affordable prices.
The minibuses that depart from the city center to Adana Sakirpasa Airport frequently constitute a fast transport alternative. You can get on the minibuses that serve on the airport - city center and square line every 5 minutes.
The municipality buses are also included among the airport transport options. You can go to the airport by getting on the bus number 135 that departs from Girne Boulevard, Turhal Cemal Beriker Boulevard, Cukurova University, and numerous other central points. You can also go to the airport by riding the bus number 159 that departs from the front of Seyhan Application Hospital. Using these buses that serve from 06.00 to 23.00 o’clock every day is a fast and comfortable mass transport option to go to the airport.
You can go to the airport from Osmaniye and Mersin directions by riding Havas shuttle buses. Havas, which provides a fast and comfortable alternative for intercity travel, is an indispensable transport option for numerous travelers.
Those who want to go to Adana Sakirpasa Airport by private car are offered various options. It is possible to rent a car by booking one online in advance.
General Information on Ankara
Ankara, capital of Turkey and the 2nd most crowded city of the country with a population of 5 million, is the city where Turkish Grand National Assembly and the ministries are located. Therefore, Ankara is the focal point of official visits.
Ankara, which also hosts several big and important universities of the country, is known to be a city that has rather large student and civil servant populations. This city, which also includes Turkey’s important financial and commercial centers, is flooded by visitors for Anitkabir, the mausoleum of Ataturk who is the founder of the Republic of Turkey, as well as magnificent ministry and embassy buildings.
In addition to all these, the cultural events and festivals organized every year enliven Ankara, which is a big metropolis with its nature, entertainment venues, and city life.
How to go to the City Center from Ankara Esenboga Airport?
One of Turkey's doors opening to the world, Ankara Esenboga Airport has a rather heavy air traffic. At Ankara Esenboga Airport that has been serving since 1955, you can make your domestic and international travels by the flights of the pioneering airline companies.
One of Turkey's biggest airports, Ankara Esenboga Airport is also known as our country's most modern and environment-friendly airport. Ankara Esenboga Airport is 28 km to the city center. Located on the border of Akyurt and Cubuk districts, the restaurants, cafés, and lounges in Ankara Esenboga Airport give uninterrupted service for 24 hours a day.
Taxi is the most comfortable and fastest means of transport from Ankara Esenboga Airport to the city center. You can find the taxis that charge the same price 24 hours a day in front of the passenger exit gate. Although it may vary by traffic and weather conditions, it takes 40-50 minutes on average to go from Ankara Esenboga Airport to the city center by taxi.
Havas shuttle buses constitute one of the most preferred alternatives to go to the city center most easily. The shuttle buses that give service for all flights at Ankara Esenboga Airport provide transfer to many central points of the city. The last stop for Havas shuttle buses that depart 25 minutes after the landing time is ASTI. It takes 60 minutes on average to arrive at ASTI. For more information, please click here.
Public transport is another option to go to the city center from Ankara Esenboga Airport. Belko Air buses give service under the control of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality. For information on the service times, routes, and fares of the buses number 442K, 442A, and 442B going to points like Kizilay, ASTI, Batikent, please click here.
You can go to the city center through a private travel by benefiting from the options of renting a car meeting your needs from the car rental offices available at Ankara Esenboga Airport.
What to eat in Ankara?
When it comes to Ankara, the first foodstuffs springing to mind are doubtlessly Ankara Bagel, Ankara Bazlama (a kind of flatbread), and peculiarly crunchy Cubuk Pickle. Obviously, Ankara has many special meals in addition to these ones that can be regarded as snacks or garnish. These tastes, you can taste some of which in restaurants and some others in Ankara citizens’ houses, may be the reason of your next Ankara visit.
The taste of Ankara Pan-Fry, which you must taste when you are in Ankara absolutely, is legendary. You can eat this meal, which is the most beautiful union of pilaf made of orzo or rice with meat, in Ankara restaurants with pleasure.
One of the tastes that were prepared specially for the Ottoman sultans and have survived to the present day is Beypazari Casserole. This meal made of lamb meat roasted in masonry oven for hours and consequently becoming very soft is one of the most delicious meals you can taste.
Although similar ones are seen here and there, Entekke Pastry made by filling leavened dough with previously cooked minced meat and frying it in oil is special to Ankara.
The pastries becoming very puffy during cooking are visually attractive as well as delicious.
Tamtak Tirid prepared by spreading a mixture of minced meat and cemen paste on bread slices fried in oil looks like a kebab.
If you like it, you can also make this tirid, which is one of the most beautiful meals you will taste in Ankara, at home, too.
Apart from these, you can also add a different color to your travel with the meals and desserts like Stuffed Patience Dock, Bazlama Kebab, Sibit Dessert, and Beypazari Biscuit.
Where to stay in Ankara?
There are numerous hotels in the city center and the districts of Ankara, where you can stay with pleasure throughout your Ankara travel. In addition to independent hotels, you can also prefer chain hotels and manage your accommodation process in line with your budget.
If you are looking for a hotel where you can stay alone or together with your family while you are in the district of Kizilcahamam, you can find many hotels that will meet your expectations. The hotels where you can benefit from the healing waters of the spa thanks to the thermal water given to the hotel rooms equipped with bathtub appeal to everybody who wants to relax being in touch with nature.
The authentic accommodation facilities for domestic and foreign tourists are available in Beypazari. The accommodation facilities that stand out with their menus that are very rich thanks to traditional breakfast, meals, and desserts special to Beypazari are rather suitable for those who like calm and peaceful places. The hotels that are located at a two-minute walking distance to 300 years old Suluhan Caravanserai in Beypazari win recognition with their structures and traditional architectures that reflect the Ottoman style. These hotels offer peace and comfort together in their heated and soundproof rooms. These accommodation facilities can make your time in Beypazari unforgettable with their comfortable rooms and breakfasts blended with local tastes.
Must-Do's in Ankara
After a safe and comfortable flight AnadoluJet offers to you with Adana-Ankara flight ticket, you will arrive in Ankara. Get ready for a pleasant experience to know Turkey’s capital Ankara and explore its beauties. We have listed the things you must make sure to do in Ankara for an unforgettable travel during your Ankara visit.
- Explore the museums in Ankara known as the “City of Museums”. Visit the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, Museum of Independence War, Ankara Ethnography Museum, and Ulucanlar Prison Museum.
- Take a walk in Genclik Park in Ulus.
- Go to Anitkabir, and visit the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey.
- Give a pleasant break in company with the swans swimming in the pond in Kugulu (Swan) Park.
- Witness the history in the first assembly building of the Republic of Turkey.
- Enjoy the city view from Ankara Fortress.
- Tour Kaleici streets.
- Go for a shopping tour in the places like Karanfil Street, the 7th Avenue, Kizilay, and Tunali Hilmi.
- Have a picnic around Mogan Lake.
- Visit Kocatepe Mosque, one of the most important historical heritages of Ankara.
- Have a day full of green in Atatürk Forest Farm.
- Ride cable car in Kecioren.
- Watch the glittering view of Ankara from Atakule.
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