Discover Sanliurfa, home of prophets
Welcome to Sanliurfa, the city of prophets in Mesopotamia. Home to a number of cultures and civilizations during its long history, Sanliurfa enjoys an extremely rich cultural heritage. The city has great importance and potential as a tourism destintaion in Turkey especially for faith tourism. This southeastern city of Turkey has a very rich regional cuisine. Visitors to Sanliurfa are not only charmed by the city's exotic sites, also they enjoy the gastronomy adventure this city affords.
Sanliurfa has a big tourism potential with its unique historical and cultural assets. The city that changed human history, combines the beauty of traditional life, colourful social and cultural activities with all the amenities for a modern lifestyle.Things to See and Do in Sanliurfa
The province of Sanliurfa is located in the Southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey, and one of the most important junctions on the historic Silk Road. The city is one of the most important centers of human history.About Sanliurfa
Sanliurfa, established in northern Mesopotamia, is among the world's oldest cities. It is also one of the first centers of culture and science. Sanliurfa is a wonderfully exotic city, with fascinating places and beautifully landscaped center.Where to Go in Sanliurfa
The city where the music, culture and art meet. Come and join the some special festivals in Sanliurfa like Sanliurfa International Culture and Art Week, Bald Ibis Festival, Isot Festival, Eyyub Nebi Patience Day, Karakecili International Culture Festival.Events and Festivals in Sanliurfa
Planning your trip to Sanliurfa should not be a difficult task, wherever you start your journey from. Sanliurfa has highway connections from all across Turkey, and GAP Airport receives regular flights.Plan your Holiday to Sanliurfa
Discover an incredible landscape and a timeless city. Imagine a Turkish city that offers you great experiences with its unique cultural heritage, including delicious food and traditional music.
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