Adana - GoKurban

 

CITY BREAK: ADANA

 

Adana, Turkey’s 4th largest city, is a fast-growing agricultural and industrial boom town, producing cotton, citrus fruits, oats, sesame, and many more. From historical sites to modern cafes and bars, Adana has numerous attractions making it a popular destination that is worth a visit.

 

4 DAYS / 3 NIGHTS | NOV 01 2020 - DEC 20, 2020

STARTING LBP 1,250,000

 

HOTELS
ROOM CAT.
MEAL
PER PERSON
IN TRIPLE
PER PERSON
IN DOUBLE
PER PERSON
IN SINGLE
CHILD 
07-12
Seyhan Sarus Hotel 3*
Standard
Bed & Breakfast
N/A
 LBP         1,250,000
 LBP           1,399,000
N/A
Sirin Park Adana Hotel 4*
Standard
Bed & Breakfast
 LBP        1,407,450
 LBP         1,450,000
 LBP           1,325,000
 LBP          1,300,000
Ramada Hotel Adana 5*
Standard
Bed & Breakfast
 LBP        1,495,000
 LBP         1,550,000
 LBP           1,895,000
 LBP          1,350,000
Anemon Adana Hotel 5*
Standard
Bed & Breakfast
 LBP        1,575,000
 LBP         1,575,000
 LBP           1,945,000
 LBP          1,400,000
Divan Hotel Adana 5*
Standard
Bed & Breakfast
 LBP        1,655,000
 LBP         1,700,000
 LBP           2,070,000
 LBP          1,300,200
DoubleTree by Hilton Adana 5*
Standard
Bed & Breakfast
 LBP        1,695,000
 LBP         1,820,000
 LBP           2,690,000
 LBP          1,400,000
**Rates are indicative and subject to availability at the time of booking**
**Child under 06 years will pay $290**

 

RATES INCLUDE

  • Airline Ticket Beirut/Adana/Beirut on Economy Class basis
  • 3-night accommodation at your chosen hotel on Bed & Breakfast Basis
  • Round trip transfer from Airport to Hotel in Istanbul and back (SIC)
  • PCR test at Beirut Airport
  • Airport taxes 

RATES EXCLUDE

  • Optional tours
  • Travel insurance

 

SAMPLE ITINERARIES
OPTION – 5 NIGHTS
EXTENSION

 

  • 2Nights inAdana 
  • 1 Night in  Mersin 
  • 2 Nights in Cappadocia

 

Istanbul

DO
SEE
 

 

  • Driving by the lake and seeing the beautiful view is one of the things you can do while in Adana. Locals like spending the evening drinking beer by the lake.
  • You can visit ancient cities around Adana, such as Magarsus, Ayas, Commana, Castabala, and Misis.
  • You can go to Akyatan Lagoon or Kapuzbasi Waterfall.
  • You can swim (in Karataş on the Mediterranean coast, south of Adana)
  • You can go to Aqualand (wave pool, lazy river and various slides).
  • There are 3 saunas in downtown (Yeni Sauna, Bizim Sauna and Sirin Sauna). Also you can go to more traditional Turkish baths.
  • Ziyapaşa Blvd, (Located several blocks west of the Sabanci mosque / central park area.). Enjoy the nice restaurants and cafes and shops.

 

 

  • Varda Bridge, A scene in the movie "Skyfall" was played on the Varda Bridge in Adana, so be sure to visit it.
  • Seyhan Dam, Love Island and American Island
  • Çatalan Bridge (longest bridge in Turkey)
  • Old Town and the Clock Tower
  • Old Dam and Dilberler Seki Road (riverside)
  • Archaeological Museum of AdanaCentral Parkvery large, well kept nice park in the very centre of the city.
  • Sabancı Merkez Mosque — One place you should not miss while in Adana. The mosque was built in 1999 and is the largest mosque in Turkey.
  • Ethnographic Museum of Adana.  
  • Atatürk Museum.  
  • Misis Mosaic Museum.  
  • State Fine Arts Gallery.  

 

 

WHERE TO EAT (BEST RESTAURANTS)

Adana has a lot of famous restaurants that serves the region's specialties, especially famous Adana Kebab:

  • Kazancilar (S.Demirel Avenue)
  • Sercan (S.Demirel Avenue)
  • Hasan Kolcuoglu (Lake)
  • Yüzevler (Ziyapasa Avenue)
  • Park Zirve (Lake)
  • Elem Restaurant
  • Cafe Ora is located on Baraj road, very close to bus station, place also has a bar on second floor. You can have a bici bici (traditional Adana sweet)
  • Mado's — a sweet shop located on Cemal Paşa. More high class than your regular street vendor and a little pricey, but delicious food. You should eat special Turkish ice cream. Mado shops are located on Türkmenbası, Cemalpasa, Kurttepe, Toros Street, Carrefour Mall and M1 Mall.
  • The North Shield, Ziyapasa, Excellent pub fare. Very british/american with a cozy/modern feel. Best beer selection in Adana. Has an upstairs and outside seating as well.

 

BARS & NIGHTLIFE

 

  • Kazim Bufe — The legendary small kiosk with tasty salgam, fresh banana milkshake and other fresh drinks and small bites. It may not look like much on the outside but it is a local institution. Located on Toros Caddesi.
  • Starbucks — There are 4 Starbucks Coffee shops in Adana (Ziyapasa Avenue, M1 Shopping Centre, Cukurova University Campus, and New Adana)
  • The North Shield — Located on Ziyapasa avenue, generally a quiet atmosphere that is good to take a few friends too.
  • Istanbul Bar — In Cemalpasa. A cool, chill out bar with groovy music with a wide selection of unusual but fun cocktails! Open until the last customer leaves.
  • Pickup Rock Bar — Downstairs in the Cemalpasa area, this bar usually has live Turkish bands covering American rock on weekends. Closed early in the week, on the days that it is open, you can get in until late in the morning. Crowds usually start showing up around 11:30PM, the time the band starts playing.
  • Nargile Bar — A downtempo place located in New Adana, this is more for a young working class. Many of the patrons are between 20 and 30, and for the most part are out of university. Live turkish music is played here almost every night, and Tuborg Green can be bought on tap for 4.50 TL a pint. Hours are generally 4PM to 3AM.

SHOPPING & SOUVENIRS

Adana has four malls
  • Optimum
  • Galleria
  • M1
  • Carrefour
Optimum Outlet and M1 Shopping Centre are the largest. Optimum is the newest. M1 and Optimum share many of the same stores where you can find almost all of the world class brands. (Zara, Mudo City, Gap, US Polo…)
 
Don’t Leave Without…
  • Visiting the Archaeology Museum, the Ethnographic Museum and Ataturk’s house centre.
  • Visiting Ulu Camii, Sabanci Merkez Camii, Bebekli Church, the Stone Bridge over the river Seyhan, and the old house of Adana in Tepebag.
  • Visiting the ruins of Anavarza, Sar, Misis and the bird sanctuary at Akyatan and Agyatan.
  • Feasting on Adana kebap and drinking shalgam and aslama (a licorice drink).
  • Browsing around the old bazaar and buying a Karatepe rug.

 

Your Travel checklist: 

  • Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months
  • Lebanese passport holders don’t require a visa to enter Turkey
  • Check the weather and currency exchange rate before you go
  • Make sure that you have all your travel documents ready and issued
  • Don’t forget to buy a travel insurance

 

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