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  • 48 hours

    in Amasya

    First Day

    You can begin your day with Amasya’s local muffins and samovar tea at breakfast. You can start your first day in Amasya with the Museum of Princes where you can see the statues of Ottoman Sultans and the dresses that reflect the era. We then recommend you to visit Mount Harşena and the Rock Tombs of Pontic Kings, which was included in UNESCO World Heritage Tentative List in 2015. Then you can visit Aynalı Cave and see the best and most complete examples of rock tombs. After this, you can move on to Amasya Castle and then visit Hazeranlar Mansion, which was built in 1872 and offers one of the most elegant civilian architecture examples of the Ottoman era. After you discover the mansion, you can eat toyga soup, fava bean stuffings, eggplant pehli, keşkek and caterpillar baklava, and continue your tour.

    You can visit Sultan Bayezid II Complex, which was built in 1485 and consists of a mosque, madrasah, imaret, sepulcher and water fountain, and then visit Miniature Amasya Model Museum and Amasya Museum.  At Günü Çakallar, you can finish your day with a delicious dinner with a great view of Amasya. 

    Second Day

    You can begin your second day with a breakfast with Amasya Yağlı with poppy seeds and samovar tea, and then visit Ferhat and Şirin Lovers Museum, the first and only Lovers Museum in Türkiye. After you visit the museum, you can go to Merzifon.

    You can visit Abide Hatun Mosque which is notable for its winter ornaments and decorations, and Kara Mustafa Paşa Mosque and Covered Bazaar.

    After a lunch consisting of Topuz Kebab and geographically indicated Merzifon Keşkek, you can visit Mehmet Çelebi Madrasah and Mosque.

    Then you can visit Gümüşhacıköy Covered Bazaar, Yörgüç Rüstem Paşa Mosque and finally Gümüş Maden Mosque, which was a church built in the 19th century, hosts frescoes of Jesus and his four apostles, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John on its ceiling, and serves as a mosque today. Then you can finish your day with a delicious dinner.