Dream World Travel offers cheap tickets to Kars. The city is located in Eastern Anatolia, and is one of the most visited places for travellers. Its importance augmented in the 19th century, when the city was challenged between the Ottoman and Russian kingdoms. Having a humid climate with a noteworthy difference between summer and winter season’s temperature, it also has night and day difference in temperatures.
The Castle of Kars, which is also titled the Citadel, is situated atop a rocky hill watching Kars, well-known Church of the Holy Apostles, The Stone Bridge, which extends over the Kars River, House of Namik Kemal, Palace of Beylerbeyi, Mansion of Pasha and the Mausoleum of Arap Baba are some of its must-to-visit places with cheap flights to Kars. So what are you waiting for? Book cheap tickets to Kars right now and start exploring it.
Archives illustrate that Saltuk Turks constructed a defence on this hill in the Kars River when it was destroyed by the Central Asian defeater Tamerlane in 1386 and reconstructed few times over the centuries. Located inside are a Janissary quarters, small mosque, the mausoleum of Celal Baba and a cafe.
This ordinary yet friendly institution is just a little distant from the centre, and is worth it for a short trip for its delightful home-style native serving dishes. Options assortment range from soups, stuffed vegetables, bean and chickpea dishes; kebabs and baked meat servings as grills are not offered.
Beneath the Kars Fortress, the impressive, Kumbet Camii was constructed as a cathedral during the tenth century when Kars was the capital city of Armenia. Respites of the 12 supporters decorate the drum below the tapering dome, this church was transformed into a mosque when Kars was conquered, and used as a church once again by the Russians.
Having a rural, countryside atmosphere, Hanimeli specialises in home-style cookery prejudiced by the larger Caucasian area. There's bake goose, wonderful Kars honey, and an energizing local beverage called reyhane, which is prepared from purple herb, basil.
The Kars Museum is located north of the city centre, the city arts centre has archaeological displays from the initial Bronze Era including the Ani zone, presenting settlement strained there, the Roman eras, and the Ottoman periods. Located upstairs are several fine old laced rugs and kaftans.
Native historian paint shop couples as a small library and the arts centre about the Molokan and Doukhobor Mystical Christian divisions. These quiet Christian crowds distressed with the Russian Church, and settled in this city region at the time of the Russian occupation, but almost all of them have now relocated.
The Agreement of Kars was contracted in 1921 in this structure dating from 1883, which is amongst the optimum examples of Kars' Baltic construction.
Kars is a city on a high plateau in northeastern Turkey.
It’s a gateway to the abandoned Armenian city of Ani to the east.
It has ruined 11th-century cathedrals, mosques and forts in an isolated open field.
The Kars Arts centre has historical artefacts.
The hilltop Kars Castle overlooks the winding Kars River.