Safranbolu with its historical values, urban culture, lifestyle, traditions and customs, mansions and houses, natural beauties is one of the favorite cities of our country in terms of tourism.
Famous for its historical houses reflecting the classical Ottoman city architecture, the city is one of the cultural assets that have been in this World Heritage List since December 17, 1994. Safranbolu is a rare plant that grows in the area of the name of the saffron.
Safranbolu Yemeniciler Çarşısı Arastası
Yemeniciler Bazaar Survey is a historical place you should see in Safranbolu. These bazaars, which used to function as shopping malls in the past, are being restored and kept alive because they are attractive in tourist places such as Safranbolu.
Köprülü Mehmet Paşa Camii
Köprülü Mehmet Pasha Mosque has a mystical attraction with its history as well as its exterior architecture and interior decoration. The mosque was built in 1662 at the request of Grand Vizier Köprülü Mehmet Paşa. It is quite easy to reach. It is located in Safranbolu Bazaar in Çeşme Quarter. One of the most important examples of 17th-century architecture, the mosque has undergone a two-day restoration period.
The attraction of this place, the charming historical mansions of Safranbolu and the cobblestone streets where these mansions are located allow you to see a bird's eye view without any obstacles in front of you.
With three to six hundred million years of history, three quarters are formed. On the lowest floor there is a stream flowing in all seasons and the waters here are consumed as drinking water in Safranbolu. The middle floor is 1200 meters long, with dripstones, stalactites, stalagmites and columns forming with different colors filling the eye. The most magnificent solid is the middle ground. The water inlet is located on the last floor of the source entrance.
Bulak Cave, which has been the most studied and developed in terms of tourism, has found no harmful substances to human health.
The oldest mansion in the Yörük Village, which is like a miniature of Safranbolu, is 450 years old and the mansion is called "Onbaşıgil Evi". The village was protected in 1997 and was declared as a site. Yörük Village is located at a distance of 20 kilometers to the town of Safranbolu.
When you enter the doghouse, you will be waiting for you in a big open air museum. Traveling a huge street hidden in the walls of the houses will greatly affect you. It is visited frequently in recent times. Yörük Village. Especially in the spring and autumn season, it has an intense visitor potential.
Built on the Tokatlı Canyon, one of the most beautiful canyons of Safranbolu famous for its canyons, Cam Terrace is a very nice place for those who want to see this magnificent natural beauty from the air.
İncekaya Su Kemeri
The work built by Grand Vizier İzzet Mehmet Pasha is 7,5 km away from the center of the district. The aqueduct in Incekaya village is 116 meters long and is a magnificent building with 6 arcs. The belt used to bring water from the water source to the town is 110-120 cm wide. The Tokatlı Dereside underneath is ideal for a canyon trip. Under the restored aqueduct, there are staging and seating areas for various events.
Hacilarobasi, Çavuşlar, Üçbölük, Akören and Lower South villages, there are many Rock tombs. The district center and the surrounding area have tumuli.
It was built in 1797 by Izzet Mehmet Pasha, the Grand Vizier of Safranbolu of the Sultan III.Selim. It's square plan, clock is zebra. The building has been restored and open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Kazdağlıoğlu is in the bazaar. It was built in 1645 by Safincibolu Cinci Hoca (Karabaşzade Hüseyin Efendi) who was a Kazasker during the time of Sultan Ibrahim I. The bath, which is still in service, consists of two parts for men and women.