Unlike the city of Istanbul, Ankara in Turkey revels in modernity and comes across as the symbol of for independence, urban development and Western/liberal values. Located in the heart of both Turkey and central Anatolia,the city may not be able to claim to have historic monuments as grand as that in the rest of Turkey, its buzzing youthfulness does entice its visitors. Travellers who still want to unravel its historicity can gleefully do so with Ankara Castle, Cengelhan - Rahmi Koc Museum, Museum of Anatolian Civilizations ,Ethnographic Museum, State Art and Sculpture Museum, Haci Bayram Mosque, Salt Ulus, Augustus Temple and Roman Baths, all concentrated around Ulus. Walk through the narrow traditional streets, and sip your Turkish coffee to understand Ankara at its best. Today, the market culture of the city and its nightlife thrives with dynamism, a reflection of Ankara’s growing economy. A visit to this city can never be consummate without having its “doner Kebap” which will certainly leave a lasting Turkish delight in your mouth. And ofcourse, how can one forget the Angora Fur which is world famous and needs no introduction! This capital city is significant to diplomats, bureaucrats, lobbyists and military men, which defines its political power within the country. The city does abound with a line of glitzy hotels in the centre and finding and accommodation should not be difficult for the visitor. The Green Park, Ankara Hilton, Rixos Grand, Swissotel, Hotel Ickale, Bera Ankara are some of the hotels in the precincts of the city.