Car Hire Ankara Airport

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Ankara Airport has a wide range of shops, bars and restuarants. There is a bank and various ATM's situated around the terminal building. The airport also has meeting rooms, VIP lounges and there is access to Internet Wi/Fi available.

Your booking confirmation will give you details of when and where to collect your hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Ankara, the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. Your Ankara car rental will normaly have a road map and list of tourist destinations to help you make the most of your rental car.

About Ankara Airport

Ankara International Airport is roughly 17 miles from the capital city of Ankara. It is also known as Esenboga International Airport and was recently awarded a ”Best airport in Europe” award by ACI member of the Airport Council International as they felt that the “airport excels in all the keys areas of operations” but is particularly commended for its energy savings policy as it recycles exhaust gases to power its air conditioning plants.

Tourist Info

Ankara, in Anatolia, the second largest city after Istanbul, is also the capital city of Turkey. It is the location for all of the foreign embassies in Turkey as well as the seat of Turkish Government. Ankara is a picturesque city overlooked by the ruins of an old castle with a few very old structures still standing to add to its interesting cultural past, one of the most beautiful is the Temple of Augustus and Rome. Ankara has many interesting museums and one of the most popular is Anıtkabir which houses the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, founder of the Republic of Turkey.

The beautifully restored Museum of Anatolian Civilizations at the entrance of Ankara Castle houses a unique collection of Paleolithic, Neolithic and Roman artefacts. For those looking to view some Turkish art from the late 19th century up until present day with additional guest exhibits. In some parts of Ankara there are recently restored traditional Turkish houses now operating as restaurants, serving local cuisine. Ankara also has some very interesting Mosques including the Kocatepe Mosque, known as The Alaaddin Mosque built in the 12th century.

The Yeni Mosque is Ankara’s largest Ottoman mosque with areas of rare white marble. The outdoor areas and parks are also a big draw to tourists. Genclik Park includes an amusement park with a large pond for rowing and Kugulu Park is famous for its swans given by the Chinese government. There is an ice skating rink in Kurtuluş Park. Tourists to Ankara might like to visit the old shops in Cıkrıkcılar Yokusu offering traditional carpets, fabrics and leather goods; there is the coppersmith’s bazaar the Bakırcılar Carsısı, with carpets and jewellery as well as antiques.

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