Information for participants


With Suggestions on eating and drinking close to the workhsop venue and the BIAA
ankara map


There is a selection of buses, dolmus buses, underground and taxis for your commuting in Ankara. Taxis can be located anywhere. Trustworthy and quick outside rush-hours.Prefer the ones waiting for customers at designed spots. Buses: You will need an EGO kart to use public buses (that can be bought from kiosks or büfe/markets) or 2TL change for the private buses (there is a person collecting the ticket price when you enter). For routes see the interactive map. The underground has two lines Metro and Ankaray and you can use an EGO kart to commute. The dolmus buses are fast and economic way of travelling around but you need to know the specific spots that they launch from. Güven Parkı in Kızılay is a major station for Buses and Dolmus Buses


You can use the HAVAŞ airport bus (10TL) to reach the centre HAVAŞ City Terminal at Ulus and from there get a taxi to your hotel (about 20-30 TL if you are staying at the city-centre). You will find the HAVAŞ buses located outside the arrivals hall at the airport. Please tell the bus driver that you are going to ‘Ulus’ so as to place your luggage correctly. Ulus is usually the first stop of the bus (journey time from the airport approx. 35-45 minutes). There are taxis waiting near the drop-off area. See the HAVAŞ web page:




We offer discounted prices for the workshop participants at the following places:
* Aldino Hotel:
* Hotel Tunali:
* Koza Hotel
Please contact us for more information


During the workhsop coffee breaks, a variety of coffees, tea, savoury and sweet snacks, and during lunch break a full buffet lunch will offered at NiHA’s garden. This will be open to all registered participants (papers presenters, chairs, organisers and registered listeners). A BBQ dinner organised at the garden of the BIAA is offered to paper presenters and chairs. Listeners can opt to participate  by registering (please visit registration page).




Museums / Galleries in Ankara

A detailed overview |
The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations
The CerModern | The museum of contemporary Art in Ankara
The Koç Museum  |
















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