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Atatürk Boulevard

Atatürk Boulevard

The world famous Atatürk Boulevard in Antalya is located in the city's Konyaaltı district. As a result of the attention of every season, this Boulevard has developed its commercial life and thus it has become seen as the heart of the city, so to speak. Atatürk Boulevard is a populated area where you can find everything in the open air... The mall is also ideal for those who do not like it. The boulevard, where all needs can be met, is extremely lively until late at night. In addition, you can shop in stores on Atatürk Boulevard, relax in food and drink spots that cater to all tastes, and enjoy your ice cream in the summer season. And you should definetely eat döner(Rotary) at the Dönerciler Bazaar. With its dozens of cafes and restaurants, it is almost the center of delicious tastes. Due to its central location, you can also see the nearby city walls, parks, the thousand-year-old Hadrian Gate, Ottoman mosques, The Clock Tower, and many other historical structures. Ataturk Boulevard, known for its palm trees, can also be seen and used as a carriage and nostalgic trams. Another interesting detail is the crossing route of the Golden Orange Film Festival, which is identified with Antalya. Atatürk Boulevard becomes even more crowded with the attention of the public during the Festival period.

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