Ataturk's VillaCurrently Closed
- Address: Soguksu Cad. Trabzon Merkez, Trabzon,Turkey
- Timings: 08:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +90-4622310028
- Ticket Price: 2 TRY
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Landmark, Family And Kids
Ataturk's Villa - Review
This is a villa that was built for the most important man of the city. Ataturk is said to be the famous for getting Turks a number of freedoms and rights.
It is a 3 storey house with fabulous interiors with marble and a milk white exterior. The entrance is decorated with a lovely rose garden and the gardens inside are also equally beautiful. It is a good place to rest on a sunny afternoon.
Ataturk's Villa Ticket Prices
- 1 TRY for children
How To reach Ataturk's Villa by Public Transport
- City buses labelled Koskleave from opposite the post office on KahramanmarasCaddesi which drop you outside the mansion.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Ataturk's Villa
77.93% of people who visit Trabzon include Ataturk's Villa in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
49.82% of people start their Ataturk's Villa visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Ataturk's Villa
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Ataturk's Villa
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Ataturk's Villa, Trabzon Reviews
This is a wonderful place to learn a little, or a lot, about the history and politics of Turkey, although you will need a guide or a local to tell you about it. The place is kept as it was around a century ago, with all the pieces of furniture. Atatürk slept in there when he visited the city and then it was donated to him by its citizens, to revert to the ownership of Trabzon after his death. The gardens are awesome and they were full of tulips in bloom when we visited. Take your time to wonder around and explore every corner, from front to back. The view from the balcony is also really worth it.
A beautiful villa with a wonderful garden and view. It shows you the days of Atatürk, where he slept, worked, and played games. Its definitely worth visiting. Although I'm not impressed with the interior, I love the exterior.
Its a good place for history lovers , they have kept many things in the rooms but some rooms and floors was not open when i visited
Perfect backyard..amazing place.. u will see alot of brides around
Liked the place however I had to rush because I arrived 25 minutes before closing time. Check working hours before you visit.