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This Pansiyon has pro's and cons. The view is amazing and the location is great; It is the closest accommodationfrom to the southern end of the summit of Nemrut, which has the best road up to the summit. We probably got an extra hour of...More
For us the biggest attraction, as the name suggests is the spring with excellent and abundant water. The rooms aren't elegant but has a pleasant view over the trees. We walked up from there to the mountain, shortcuting the last few curves by climbing on...More
We picked Cesme Pansiyon because it was the closest to the top of Mt Nemrut though still 8-9 km away. The views are not quite as good as some of the places lower in the village which overlook an attractive valley.
At first glance a...More
This is a 6km walk (the closest place) from the top of Nemrut Dagi and so is worth considering if you don't want to fork out for a taxi to the summit. Camping is possible for those on a budget and a kitchen and dining...More
US$15 - US$17 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We took it with our little daughters, so it we were quite slow, I think it took us at least 2-3 hours to climb up. It's 700 meters difference of altitude. Back to the Pansiyon it's a very easy way, one hour or a quarter... More
We took it with our little daughters, so it we were quite slow, I think it took us at least 2-3 hours to climb up. It's 700 meters difference of altitude. Back to the Pansiyon it's a very easy way, one hour or a quarter more. . We walked most of the way just on the road, there was virtually no traffic, so it's entirely safe. Then we shortcuted the last few curves by climbing on a steep rocky slope and it was very amusing to get to the huge heads like that. That part was very safe, too, but we have much practice in hiking. On the way back it was night so we walked all the way on the road. We could find another path.
It was last August but in spite of this there were almost nobody who went up from that side, we suppose people avoid SE Turkey because of the situatuion in Syria.