After starting the day with breakfast at the historical Hasan Paşa Inn, stroll around the Diyarbakır Walls and Hevsel Gardens. Visit the Grand Mosque, the Prophet Süleyman Mosque and the İçkale Archaeology Museum. Make sure you also see Diyarbakır Zerzevan Castle and the Temple of Mithras, as well as Ben-u Sen buru and its Yedi Kardeş bastions.
With its history, culture, faith centres and gastronomy, Diyarbakır is a city that cannot be fully experienced in 48 hours. On the second day, be sure to visit a Dengbêj house to hear the Dengbêj narrate their epic tales.
As one of the most beautiful examples of civil architecture in Diyarbakır, the City Museum in the Cemil Paşa Mansion is well worth a visit, as are the graves of the Prophets in Eğil District.
In the Kayapınar Central District, the modern face of the city in terms of entertainment for locals and foreign visitors, 75th Street offers a selection of music and entertainment venues.