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Coliving in Ankara


Coliving in Ankara

Ankara is perfect for those looking for a cosmopolitan and lively city that has everything for digital nomads without being an impersonal metropolis. It’s not an automatic first choice for a coliving destination, but it’s growing in popularity. Turkey’s capital boasts over 50 museums and galleries and a wealth of culture and history for you to explore. This intellectual city has several universities, and the areas surrounding them are the most international parts of town. Coliving is a relatively new concept in Ankara, as there are fewer foreigners living there than in Istanbul, but they are growing. There is also a thriving café culture and no shortage of places to work if you need a change of scenery. Ankara’s cultural life is very rich and it is one of the few cities in the world where opera is affordable, so why not join the locals who attend it regularly? If opera is not your thing, you can enjoy the active music scene in Ankara’s many bars or eat out in the many Turkish and international restaurants this trendy university city has to offer.

Here are some fun facts about Ankara:
- Over 5.15 million people live in Ankara.
- In 1927 the population of Ankara was only 75,000!
- Has been continually inhabited since the Bronze Age.
- The city used to be called ‘Angora’ until the 1930s, and it’s also the origin of the famous Angora goat.
- It is also famous for the Angora cat and the Angora rabbit.
- Ankara’s most famous foods are honey, pears and muscat grapes.
- There are 17 universities in Ankara.
- The city is located at 938 m above sea level.
- Tulips are not from the Netherlands but actually originate in Turkey, where they have been grown for over 1,000 years.
- Ankara is also called the ‘green city’ because every inhabitant has an average of 72 m squared of green space.
- Has a lot of Roman history, including beautiful Roman baths.
- Ankara is even cheaper than in many places in South East Asia.
- Today, the stunning Ankara Palas is used to house official state guests.

The delicious cuisine and cafés, along with its rich history and culture make Ankara a very appealing coliving choice, for either short or long-term stays.

What is coliving?

Coliving is a new trend amongst millennials for renting shared apartments. Whether you're moving to Ankara for work or just looking for a new apartment, coliving in Ankara is a good way to save money and live with like-minded people. Co-living places people from different backgrounds together and encourages them to interact, collaborate and form new friendships. When compared to dorms, coliving is much more attractive, since it's relatively inexpensive, all-inclusive and allows you to rent a furnished room with an individual lease.

Why book coliving in Ankara?

Looking for a room for rent in Ankara? Look no further! offers quality, trusted coliving spaces in Ankara with all the amenities you need - and we offer them all at an affordable price. Finding the perfect coliving space in Ankara is easy and convenient. New residents can explore a variety of rooms online and apply for a spot that fits their needs. All coliving spaces in Ankara include furniture and amenities in the same bill.

How it works

3 simple steps

1. Apply

Applying is easy. Once you've found the perfect room, click "Reserve" and provide some background information - all within 5 minutes.
Get approved

2. Get approved

We carefully look at your application and your profile to determine if you match our community. You may be asked follow-up questions.
Move in and enjoy

3. Move in and enjoy

Once your booking is confirmed, pack your bag and begin your next coliving journey. A great community in your new home is awaiting you.

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