When going towards east to Iran, this is the last Turkish town you'll come across.
The electricity supply here is intermittent.
You can walk to most places in this fairly small city.
Ishak Pasa Sarayi is a palace 5 km outside the city. This ancient fortress/castle/mosque is stunningly beautiful, and is a must see when in Dougbeyazit. Try to go on a dry, sunny day. The old town is nearby.
Ishak Pasa Sarayi
Climb Mount Ararat (5,137 metres/16,854 ft), on the border of Turkey and Iran, supposedly where Noah's Ark landed. Guides and vehicles are available in Dogubeyazit. The climb is long, but there is a fairly easy route from the south in late summer for climbers who are familiar with the use of axe and crampons. Snow covers the last 400 m (¼ mile) year-round. There are two possible campsites on the mountain, and the glacier begins around 4,800 m (15,750 ft).
Try to get a rare Abdigor kofte. It is a fist size meatball on the pilaf but it difficult to find because of no many cooker know the how to cook. This dish cannot be fond any other side of Turkey. It is local can be find only in dogubayazit.
Cafe shop on Kermelsi Rd. in the center of Dogubeyazit
Pure fruit juice shop, makes nice pure juice! Istanplak Avenue in eastern Dogubeyazit
Hotels are numerous. It is impossible to find a place in town with air-conditioning.
Hotel Nuh has an impressive lobby area but shabby rooms.
Hotel Isfahan, Isagecit Caddesi 26, ☎ +90 472 312 43 63 (email@example.com, fax: +90 472 312 40 81), . This hotel has spacious rooms and a run down lobby area.
Hotel Grand Derya is run down and has intermittent problems with breakfast.
Hotel Urartu is reasonable with friendly staff.
Hotel Tahran is inexpensive with surprisingly clean but small bathrooms.
Hotel Erzurum has clean rooms with shared bathrooms.
Note that it can be difficult to leave after about 14:00 as most buses depart in the morning. There are two bus stops at opposite ends of town: one otogar for distant destinations and one for dolmuses to Van.