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Sazova Park

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"Sazova Park in Eskisehir, Turkey's world fairy tale park, is a beautiful park with four seasons, very close to the city center, with a pirate ship open to tourists, a fairy tale castle and eating places. The park is adjacent to science, technology and experiment centers, aquariums and sports fields, and there are many other options. It can cater for all-day trips for tourists of all ages. The parking space is very spacious. It is also easy to reach by public transportation. Generally speaking, the park is ideal for families with children. The children’s park and fairy tale castle area are located in a large green area, which is very suitable for children who participate in fairy tale courses. The water park is a bit small, but very fun. The Science Park is a very good place. If you go here, be sure to attend one of the 40-minute performances in the planetarium. The introduction of doctoral students working in the field of astrophysics has created a magnificent and magical universe for us. The lounge is not very big, so it is worth entering an hour or two early. The price is reasonable. My only criticism is that there is no summary information brochure about the demonstration in this section, which leads to not knowing what to watch. Similarly, there are no brochures about the park’s maps and activities, and the park has no maps. I think one of the factors that brings Eskişehir closer to European urban standards is parks. It is also nice to have some places to relax and taste the famous chiburek tea here. The only downside is that you cannot bring your pet into the park. We had to leash the dog at the entrance of the park. Besides, it is pretty good, the lake is clear and the toilets are clean. Tips: 1. The entrance fee is a nominal 1.5 to 5 TL. 2. A paradise for children, suitable for family travel."