Cultural Dinner with a View
Explore the local culture of Ankara, have a delightful Turkish meal and enjoy panoramic views of the city on this affordable yet rich date experience. The date allows you to delve into the history of the country at a museum and afterwards, enjoy delicious traditional Turkish cuisine at a local eatery.Add to favorites
- Start your date with a visit to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations which offers an in-depth insight into Turkey's rich historical and cultural heritage. After broadening your horizons, proceed to a local eatery with a rooftop terrace offering stunning panoramic views of Ankara. Here, savour a selection of traditional Turkish dishes while enjoying the city's skyline.
- At the eatery, order traditional dishes such as 'Manti' and 'Pide', enjoying the delicacies as you converse about your exciting museum tour. Feel free to also visit the nearby shops to browse through Ankara's local products. As the evening falls, the city lights up enhancing your rooftop dining experience.
- Wrap up this delightful date strolling around the city as you absorb the beautiful night culture of Ankara. You might even decide to enjoy some traditional Turkish tea at a local cafe to further immerse yourselves in the Turkish ambiance.
- Check the opening hours for the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and plan your visit accordingly. Also, ensure to arrive early to avoid the crowd.
- Check the local eatery's menu online to familiarize yourself with traditional Turkish dishes before the visit. This can help you choose the meals that suit both of your tastes in advance.
- Always be prepared for changes in weather by carrying a light jacket or umbrella. Even though it's November, Ankara weather might change during the day.
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- Consider taking public transport or walking where possible to avoid traffic and to keep the budget low.
- The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations can get crowded, so try visiting when it's less busy, perhaps early in the morning.
- Don't forget to tip your waiter at the restaurant. While not mandatory, it is customary in Turkey and is greatly appreciated.