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Amazing old time temple,statue,pyramide,it is located large area,syphenx,the green rock from egypt... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2017
mustafa k
Mersin, Turkey
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Magnificent Experience!

a little hard to walk or even with a free bicycle, best visited with a motorized companion or horse... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2017
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Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

Amazing old time temple,statue,pyramide,it is located large area,syphenx,the green rock from egypt unbeliveable mystic

Thank mustafa k
Reviewed 4 August 2017

a little hard to walk or even with a free bicycle, best visited with a motorized companion or horse if you can get one. Go at 8 am or 4 pm to avoid a sun burn, bring lots of water and chocolate.

Thank Cineasta
Reviewed 15 May 2017

We hired a guide for some 2-3 hours at 30TL, which was worth it. There is an interior access road which passes all of the major features except for the Büyükkaya. Excavation has only left the foundations of the many temples etc, but you get...More

2  Thank Rod F
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Hattusha is very interesting to see. Though try to add Yazılıkaya and Alacahoyuk to your trip to get the whole picture and do not Miss Çorum Museum. If you have time, I would recommend to follow the trip to Ankara to visit the Museum of...More

1  Thank mevsen
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

6.5 km circumference drive around the inside edge of the site. Parking spots at the main attractions. Best to read a bit about what you are going to see ahead of time and/or visit the museum in town before entering the site. The site was...More

Thank grant27
Reviewed 12 March 2017 via mobile

The last time we visited a "guide" chased us around the site and even followed us to Yazilikaya (a nearby site). This time there just a few mostly friendly guys selling carved soapstone. The ruins and the surrounding countryside are beautiful and definitely worth the...More

Thank Phillip D
Reviewed 2 September 2016

Its a must go, even though for going there you would need your own vehicle but it worth a go, the gates especially there are worth seeing and how from the high point of the view where once the castle was you can watch over...More

Thank Kamran R
Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

Spent the afternoon wandering the various sites and using our imagination a bit but it was fantastic. Very well explained in English which was great for us but we did have a guide also. Earth gate ie the tunnel was the best for me. The...More

1  Thank ROBYN B
Reviewed 31 May 2016

This is a fascinating site and one is overwhelmed by the sense of walking around in the past. Do some reading about the Hittites before you visit and it will be easy to do the site on your own. It covers a big area and...More

2  Thank Helena B
Reviewed 24 May 2016

It is hard to comprehend how old - and how big - this site really is. It is also striking to look at the stonework and the intricate formation of stones to interlock and to realise that it all predates the Incas by 2 or...More

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29 December 2016|
Response from Kamran R | Reviewed this property |
The distance would be more or less the same but Ankara would be better i would say, You can stay in Ankara the night and rent a car to the sites its better that way as the sites are in a very remote area with no other ways... More
20 January 2015|
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Response from patrick M | Reviewed this property |
Hey, it's possible to have a bus from Ankara ti Sungurul as suggested. The other possibility is to go by bus from Ankara to Corum. ca. 4 hours. You can stay there, it's a nice town, specially for the archaeological museum... More