tourist attractions in turkey

Cankiri is home to Eye-catching Sites

Cankiri is home to Eye-catching Sites

Cankiri is 131 kilometres (81 miles) from Ankara and has a history that spans between 3000 and 2500 BC. Here was a Galatian village called “Gangrea” in the third century BC. When they took control, the area was colonised by Read More

Here’s what to know about Fethiye Turkey

Here’s what to know about Fethiye Turkey

Owing to its various tourist attractions, outstanding natural and physical features, and pleasant climate, the Fethiye Turkey draws visitors from all over the world. Mugla city is administratively superior to Turkey’s Fethiye district, which is located in the Aegean Sea Read More

Fun at the Land of Legends Theme Park

Fun at the Land of Legends Theme Park

Near Belek, about a kilometre from the shore, lies a big amusement complex called The Land of Legends. With about 2 million people from all over the world each year, it is the theme park that receives the most tourists Read More

Akgol Natural Park Turkey

Snowfall in Akgol Presents Superb Scenery

Akgol Lake and its environs are home to a wide variety and abundance of aquatic birds. This 6787-hectare natural conservation area is particularly significant on a national and international level, as several species are in danger of going extinct. Around Read More

Aegean Coastal Plain Enjoys a Mild Climate

Aegean coastline is one of its most beautiful regions

One of Turkey’s most stunning places is its Aegean shoreline. The magnificent coastline, lapped by the Aegean Sea’s crystal-clear waves and surrounded by olive trees, rocky outcrops, and pine forests, is dotted with numerous large, clean beaches. Nature lovers, sun Read More

The Beauty of Altnkale Travertines in Sivas

The Beauty of Altnkale Travertines in Sivas

Despite the city never regained its previous splendour, Mustafa Kemal, who would later become Turkey’s first president, called the second national congress to Sivas in September 1919, a prominent provincial capital of the Ottoman Empire. As a result of this Read More

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Marmara is a Hub of History & Nature

The Marmara Region is a region in northwest Turkey with a total area of 67.000 square kilometres (25.870 square miles), or 8.5% of Turkey’s total land area. This region has seen the migration of innumerable tribes and their civilizations from Read More

Lake Nemrut

The Frozen Look of the Nemrut Caldera

The caldera of the Nemrut volcano, which is located on the western shore of Lake Van in Eastern Anatolia, is one of the most important wetlands in Bitlis province and a part of an active stratovolcano with a distinctive structural Read More

Tourists in Abundance Gathered at the Erciyes-m

The Erciyes seems Packed with Tourists and Visitors

The ski area at Mount Erciyes is located on the north-to-east side of the mountain of the same name. It is a 3917-meter-high volcanic peak that provides breathtaking views in all directions. The ski resort, which is situated at a Read More

Mersin Erdemli A Boast to Turkish Tourism

Mersin Erdemli: A Boast to Turkish Tourism

Mersin Erdemli has recently embraced “bungalows” and “glampings,” which are now popular with tourists looking for a vacation intertwined with nature. It is anticipated that the project, which is almost finished and will increase tourism this year, will become a Read More

Visitors Turned their Route to Cappadocia Turkey

Tourists Converged to Cappadocia Turkey

Cappadocia For travellers visiting Turkey, a region of swirling volcanic-rock landscapes that like the handiwork of cheeky elves is a must-see. The granite is actually being gradually eroded by the wind and water. The principal tourist attractions are the Cappadocian Read More

Things to do in Istanbul

Straddling two continents, Istanbul is a city divided by the narrow waterway known as the Bosphorus. The city embraces it’s mixture of European and Asian culture and visitors will sense the contrasts with each turn. To really explore and understand Read More

Antalya A City Of Turkey

Antalya (population 2 million), “capital” of the Turkish Mediterranean Coast, is a sprawling modern city with a small, charming historic center, a good archeology museum, long sunny beaches to east and west, the Turquoise Coast’s busiest airport, good hotels, lots Read More

Bursa A City Of Turkey

Come to Bursa, due south of Istanbul across the Sea of Marmara, for its beautiful mosques and other early Ottoman architecture, for its silk-filled bazaars, its thermal spa baths and hotels. You can visit Bursa to see the top sights Read More

Ephesus A City Of Turkey

Ephesus is the best-preserved Roman city in the Mediterranean region, and one of Turkey’s top sights along with Istanbul and Cappadocia, but the Ephesus archeological site is not the only reason to visit this region. Selçuk, the town 3 km Read More

Pergamum (Bergama) A City of Turkey

Bergama (ancient Pergamum), 100 km (62 miles) north of İzmir and 250 km (155 miles) south of Çanakkale, was renowned in Hellenic and Roman times for its great library and as the medical center where Galen laid the foundation for Read More

Kas A City Of Turkey

Kaş (Kas), once an unspoiled fishing village, is now a relatively unspoiled tourist town on the southern bulge of Turkey’s Mediterranean coast two hours’ drive southeast of Fethiye and three hours’ drive southwest of Antalya. Despite dozens of new hotels Read More

Kalkan A City Of Turkey

Kalkan is a Turkish Mediterranean fishing village gone upscale to resort status. Located 27 km (17 miles) west of Kaş, it’s like Kaş with less land but more money. Kalkan has retained more of its Ottoman-era character, and has beauty Read More

Trabzon A City Of Turkey

Once known as Trebizond, this historic port city near the eastern end of Turkey’s Black Sea coast (map) provides interesting contrasts to the normal Turkish town. Trabzon (pop. 240,000) has been around since at least 746 BC, so it has Read More

Cappadocia A City Of Turkey

Cappadocia , Turkey is the historic area of central Anatolia bounded by the towns of Hacıbektas, Aksaray, Nigde and Kayseri. It was known as Cappadocia in ancient times, and is still called Kapadokya informally today.Cappadocia is Turkey’s most visually striking Read More

Istanbul A City Of Turkey

What Is Istanbul Plan at least 3 days in Istanbul — so much to see & do (even with kids), lots of good hotels, hostels, apartments/flats, restaurants, bazaars & shops, even beaches. Here are the best tours & itineraries… Istanbul Read More

Best Places to Visit in Turkey

With cities steeped in chronicles, beaches, and pretty countryside, a visit to Turkey promises an enchanted trip. Diverse offerings such as the ancient ruins of Ephesus to the luxury seashore resorts along the Aegean Sea will enthrall and captivate even Read More

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