Bingöl is a city surrounded by mountains, and is said to have taken its name from the lakes which sit atop them. But Bingöl isn't just full of spectacular nature, it boasts a rich history too. Not only will you see huge lakes and towering mountains, but you find the traces of ancient civilizations.
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Buses are the cheapest and most popular option for getting around the city, and they'll take you wherever you want to go. There are also taxis available. You can also rent a vehicle from flypgs.com or one of the rental agencies at Bingöl Airport. This is perhaps the easiest way to get around the city.
Get a great deal on flights to Bingöl from Pegasus, and you'll be landing at Bingöl Airport (BGG). Opened in 2013, its passenger capacity grows every year and it features an international and domestic terminal.
Bingöl Airport is located about 20 kilometres southeast of the city centre and is very close to the town of Celtiksuyu. You can use shuttle services or taxis to get between Bingöl Airport and the city centre.
Bingöl City Centre: There are a host of restaurants in Bingöl city centre where you'll be able to sample local dishes. Some restaurants also offer some pretty spectacular views too.
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