Hair Transplantation Turkey

Hair Transplantation Turkey

Turkey is now one of the most famous destination for hair restoration surgery abroad.. Apart from having some of the best hair transplant doctors, the prices of hair transplantation in Turkey are more affordable than in UK, USA and Europe. The location of Turkey is also strategic, connecting 3 continents Asia, Africa and Europe which makes it easily accessible from any continent. The culture of this country is rich, coming from the Ottoman Empire. There are lots of historic sites, geographic attractions and museums. There are numerous coastal towns too with beautiful beaches since it borders the Aegean Sea, Black Sea and Mediterranean Sea. Turkey is also famous for its rich delicious cuisine and the advanced textile industry.

About the City of Ankara

Ankara is the capital city of Turkey and the second largest city in the country after Istanbul. It is located at the heart of both Turkey and Central Anatolia. Ankara is the administrative centre and a university town such that most of its inhabitants consist of civil servants, students and academicians. The population is around 4.5 million. Ankara being safer, less crowded and calmer than Istanbul, but also equally modern and historic, it has become more preferable for patients from European countries interested in hair restoration and aesthetic surgery in recent years. Furthermore, the city is a health base point of Middle East where leading university hospitals (Hacettepe University, Gazi University, GATA, Ankara University, Ufuk University, Baskent University, TOBB ETU University Hospital e.t.c.) are located in. The locals are generally friendly to foreigners, and many young people can communicate in English. For a better experience however, it’s a good idea to bring a Turkish phrasebook or dictionary.

Ankara Weather

The climate of Ankara is relatively mild and continental, with the annual seasons remaining quite distinct. Winter is quite short (December to February), although often quite cold, frosty and at times, a little on the snowy side. You must have a heavy jacket during this season – the weather can be chilly! Summer climate experienced within Ankara is much more appealing and the days are often long, sunny, dry, and pleasantly hot. July and August tend to see the best weather and the highest temperatures, with highs exceeding 30°C / 86°F not being unusual at all.

Travel by Plane

Ankara Esenboga International Airport (ESB) is located 28 km northeast of the city, 30-45 minutes drive to the city center. International flights are rather few but you can choose direct flights to Ankara by Pegasus Airlines, Turkish Airlines (THY) or Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines and British Airways; which offer direct flights to their respective European hubs. Iran Air also has two weekly flights to Tehran. For other carriers flying into Turkey, a flight into Istanbul is necessary, followed by an air transfer to Ankara by Turkish Airlines. EasyJet also offers discount flights to and from Istanbul and Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg in the summer months (up to October 25th) and also to and from Istanbul and London’s Luton airport throughout the year for low fares. Esenboga Airport was opened in 2007. There are numerous gates, an orderly parking system, and in general, low traffic to the airport. The roads to the airport are fully renovated. Airport buses are operated by HAVAS through the city center up to Ulus (the historical center of the city, close to the museums and Turkish baths), and the main inter city bus station ASTI (where the intercity buses depart from to almost all the cities in Turkey).

Travel by Speed Train from Istanbul (YHT)

Being in a central location in Turkey, Ankara can be accessed by almost all trains departing from departing from Istanbul to the eastern part of Turkey. The speed train trip from Istanbul to Ankara takes 3 hours and 30 minutes. The train stops in Istanbul at Pendik which is 1 hour away from Istanbul city center. In Ankara, it stops at the TCDD train station in Ulus. You can book the train from the TCDD website.

Travel by Bus

If you are travelling from places other than Istanbul, you will find buses fast, inexpensive, and modern with facilities like wifi, TV and comfortable seats. The buses stop at ASTI Intercity bus Terminal. Most of the cities in Turkey have direct buses to the capital. From Istanbul to Ankara, the bus trip takes around 5 hours.

Transport Within Ankara City

The city has a two-line subway METRO and ANKARAY, and a dense public bus network EGO.

Daily Excursions

The city has a two-line subway METRO and ANKARAY, and a dense public bus network EGO.

Civas Hair transplant offers all-inclusive travel packages, for patients traveling from abroad and within Turkey. For patients who wish to have cultural tours to Cappadocia a world famous heritage and Beypazari, we assist in booking a hotel or transportation.


Cappadocia lies in eastern Anatolia, in the centre of the country. The relief consists of a high plateau over 1000m in altitude that is pierced by volcanic peaks, with Mount Erciyes (ancient Argaeus) near Kayseri (ancient Caesarea) being the tallest at 3916 m. The boundaries of historical Cappadocia are vague, particularly towards the west. To the south, the Taurus Mountains form the boundary with Cilicia and separate Cappadocia from the Mediterranean Sea. The west of Cappadocia is bounded by the historical regions of Lycaonia to the southwest and Galatia to the northwest.

The Black Sea coastal ranges separate Cappadocia from Pontus and the Black Sea, while the east Cappadocia is bounded by the upper Euphrates, before that river bends to the southeast to flow into Mesopotamia, and the Armenian Highland. This results in an area approximately 400 km (250 mi) east–west and 250 km (160 mi) north–south. Due to its inland location and high altitude, Cappadocia has a markedly continental climate, with hot dry summers and cold snowy winters. Rainfall is sparse and the region is largely semi-arid to arid.


Beypazari, on the way of the historical Silk Way, is a place of full of cultural richness and natural beauties. According to official records, the population in Beypazari in 1573 was 10000 people, and this shows the historical importance of Beypazari. Today Beypazari is a city that reflects the beauty, the pleasure of the Turkish Culture with its historical remaining and houses out of Seljuks and Ottoman times, hand works, traditional foods of the palace kitchen.

Our ancestors left us wooden houses at a number of over 3000, a market place dating up to back 200 years, and an appearance without any disconcerted. Just the Beypazari Houses, coming from the 1800′s, show how indebted with gratitude we are to our ancestors. Therefore our main aim is to protect and carry from present to the future, the houses that present the architectural heritage of the Turkish culture and life style of the Turkish people.

Amasra is one of the most important civilization centers in western Black Sea. This historical small town has been a district in 1987 and it’s found on a peninsula formed by the connection of four islands. There are two natural small bays on both sides of the peninsula. The one in the west, Kücük Liman, has lost its historical harbour peculiarity. The other one in the east called Büyük Liman is modernized by building breakwaters on old foundations.

In the northern part of the peninsula, on rocks there are two castles, gates and lots of armorial bearings from the period of Rome, Byzantium and Genova. Inside the castles there are two quarters called Zindan and Sormagir in which people live nowadays. People who prefer to come to Amasra can rest very well in this quiet place. They can learn the history of Amasra by visiting castles, Bedesten, Kuţkayasi relief, Genova armorial bearings, Byzantium churches, Direklikaya, Kemere and the rich museum. With inkumu in the west, Bozköyalti, Cakraz and Cide beaches in the east Amasra has a great tourism potential. From 1980, tourism activities have been improved in order to show the natural and historical wealth of Turkey abroad and to increase the number of tourists visiting Amasra.


There are several shopping centers and malls in Ankara. Some of the major ones are PANORA, ARMADA, KENTPARK and CEPA, Next Level, TAURUS, 365 and ANKAMALL.