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Bring your camera!

We were spending two days Beypazari staying in the "old town". The trail to climb to Hidirlik... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2015
Victor H
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Kelowna, Canada
A panoramic view from the highest hill of Beypazari

Without a car, it is difficult to climb up to te hill especially for kids and elderly. But it has... read more

Reviewed 29 January 2015
Ebru A
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Ankara, Turkey
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7 May 2015
“Bring your camera!”
28 Jan 2015
“A panoramic view from the highest hill of Beypazari”
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Reviewed 8 May 2015

We were spending two days Beypazari staying in the "old town". The trail to climb to Hidirlik Tepesi is not well marked and we had to ask some of the locals how to get to the trail. While the climb is a little steep, it...More

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Reviewed 29 January 2015

Without a car, it is difficult to climb up to te hill especially for kids and elderly. But it has a beatiful panoramic view of Beypazari. There is a cafe at the top but you can also bring your food and beverages. There are some...More

1  Thank Ebru A
Reviewed 5 May 2014 via mobile

Like Londons big fire,city has been destroyed by fires but they rebuilt houses same as Safranbolu traditional style,then city surrounded by modern architecture so you would be happy to see this city located between hill. You should climb this hill on foot between houses above...More

1  Thank soulofholiday
Reviewed 28 October 2013

There are great photo shooting options at this hill. Whether you're practicing or a professional, you'll enjoy it the same. Plus, you can shop from the little stalls and contribute to local economy.

Thank arestoktra
Reviewed 5 January 2013

Hidirlik Tepesi is the best place to see over the town and the Ottoman houses. There is a cafe up there for drinks and I noticed other people were also taking their own picnic baskets. There are some old women selling items and they can...More

1  Thank Natalie S
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