Samsun is a city on the north coast of Turkey with a population over half a million people. It is the provincial capital of Samsun Province and a major Black Sea port. The growing city has two universities, several hospitals, shopping malls, a lot of light manufacturing industry, sports facilities and an opera.
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4.5 based on 231 reviews
Located in a park, this museum is a replica of Bandırma boat which is historically important in Turkey. Atatürk, founder of Turkish Republic travelled in this boat from İstanbul to Samsun in the year 1919. There are translations for photos of Atatürk for foreign travellers. Entrance fee for adults is 2 TL and 1 TL for students.
4.5 based on 204 reviews
Close to center, huge shopping mall. food court with wide seaview and lots of alternatives from local food to international fast food. Tenant mix is quite sufficient, all u need in one place. Parking is problem in the weekends since it is crowded like hell.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
I went to see what all the fuss was about. It's a statue. It's a nice statue but I stopped, looked and took some photos. There is a park but it's nothing special.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
The road to here is highway but before 20km get small
Before 10km its abit rough but not that bad
The very nice thing it's going though the fields of sunflowers they looks wonderful
Also lots of green hills
The restaurant on the lake sell fish that is cheap and tasty don't miss it after your boat trip
There are 3 type of boats the lowest is TL10 pp
We enjoyed the food then lay down next to the restaurant looking to the lake had a nap in the cool wind
4.5 based on 55 reviews
This museum was quite amazing and to be honest, the only reason I am giving it a low rating is due to the fact that there is no English at all written inside the museum. I am aware that the museum is in a small city in Turkey and that perhaps English is not necessary, but it would've been a fuller experience if explanations were written in English. Besides that, I loved the infographics.
4 based on 101 reviews
Have you ever gone to the amazon women village in Samsun? If you are in Samsun you should visit, a very nice place to visit. Amazon women are single mammals for archery. This is a great devotion to the community. Mummy woman sculptures are magnificent. It's a small village for animation, but it means a lot to feel the past. Near the village there is a tremendous amazon woman statue in the middle of two big lion statue. A good place to get away from today's technology and hustle and bustle and catch the rhythm of the past.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
Atatürk means to us; freedom, independence, equality, progressivenes, civilization, respect to everyone and everything, tussle and secularism. You feel all these things and many more in Gazi Museum. Atatürk was a very good leader and a good team member.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
A very big wetland in the mouth of Kizilirmak delta before meeting with Blacksea. there is a station of 19 Mayıs University. Biologists are studying here. Tagging the birds during their migration. Sharing their knowledge internationnaly. It becomes very interesting to visit this place during the birds migration
4.5 based on 51 reviews
It is very nice street to feel as a local person. I will recommend everyone to visit this street and shopping at the small shops.
4 based on 83 reviews
A visit to Amisos Hill and the surrounding area of Bati Park is an absolute must if you visit Samsun. You can take a Teleferik/cable car up to the hill and enjoy the spectacular view of the Black Sea. There is a wonderful restaurant and outside benches to sit on. The area from where you get the cable car is lovely for walking all along the seaside and just to have a cup of tea while you enjoy the surroundings. Take the tram from the Cumhuriyet stop (near Cumhuriyet Square) and get off at the Baruthane stop. You will immediately see the cable car that will take you up the hill. Depending on the weather you can really spend a whole afternoon here.
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