So many words come to mind when you see the beauty of Turkey. Not only beautiful but also unique, not only sights but unforgettable experiences. This is what vacation in Turkey is. Turkey offers nothing less than a good life with happy memories.
Ishak Pasha Palace, which is one of the most distinctive examples of 18th century Ottoman architecture, was accepted into UNESCO's Tentative List in 2000.
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The North Aegean islands are 3 touristy disconnected islands called Gokceada, Bozacada and Alibey in the north Aegean Sea, belonging to Turkey.
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Canakkale is a rich city in natural beauties with its magnificent landscapes, fascinating national parks and restful green areas.
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Turkey provides an excellent variety of outdoor activities with its landscapes and geographical regions for active holiday lovers. Get active and explore Turkey's great outdoors on land or on water.
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Soups have a special place in Turkish culinary culture, and they can be served all year around. Here is the list of 7 most delicious and traditional Turkish soups everyone should try.
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These top 10 lists make it easy for you to find inspirational holiday recommendations and the most popular destinations to visit in Turkey. We would recommend you to visit and see all the beautiful spots.Read More
Discover the pristine beaches surrounded by olive groves, magnificent coastline, lovely landscape, steep crags and pine woods. Immerse yourself in the Aegean's beautiful nature and feel that you are alive. The most popular cities you can visit; Izmir, Mugla, Aydin, Denizli, Manisa, Afyonkarahisar.Take Me There
Mediterranean is just like a true holiday paradise with its unique climate, modern cities, accommodation facilities, fine sandy beaches, blue cruise routes, picturesque nature and countless antique cities. The most popular cities you can visit; Adana, Antalya, Mersin, Hatay, Isparta.Take Me There
Marmara is a very special region you can enjoy olive groves, beautiful sea and blue sky. Its relevance in history as well as in the contemporary world marks it as a cannot miss place in the traveler's itinerary. The most popular cities you can visit; Istanbul, Balikesir, Bursa, Canakkale, Edirne, Tekirdag, Kirklareli.Take Me There
With its colourful people, lush green forests, high mountains, beautiful plateaus and deep valleys, Black Sea is one of the most special and geographically rich regions of Turkey and the world. The most popular cities you can visit; Artvin, Trabon, Rize, Samsun, Sinop, Amasya, Giresun, Ordu, Kastamonu.Take Me There
Anatolia is full of countless remnants of civilizations. Whatever you go, it seems that you come across the signs of yet another civilization that once dominated Central Anatolia with its own very unique culture and belief system. The most popular cities you can visit; Ankara, Eskisehir, Konya, Kayseri, Sivas, Nevsehir.Take Me There
Marked by some of the most striking examples of culture and architecture, Eastern Anatolia offers visitors a geography worth seeing. The unique historical treasures in the region carry the traces of civilizations. The most popular cities you can visit; Agri, Erzurum, Erzincan, Kars, Malatya, Tunceli, Van.Take Me There
This is Mesopotamia, the place where the story began and continues to endure. Southeastern Anatolia is just like a geography of colours with its natural landscapes straight of postcards, warm people, thousands of years history and culture. The most popular cities you can visit; Diyarbakir, Gaziantep, Sanliurfa, Mardin.Take Me There
Cappadocia is the name given to that triangle of land that lies between Nevsehir, Nigde and Aksaray. The area is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey, as it has many areas with unique geological, historical and cultural features.Take Me There
Situated to the west of Turkey, Thrace consists of the provinces which are Edirne, Kirklareli and Tekirdag. Thrace, with its lush vineyards and extended sunflower plantations is a great scenic beauty. Welcome to Thrace, what a great place.Take Me There