Destinations of Turkey

The city of Bursa, southeast of the Sea of Marmara, lies on the lower slopes of Mount Uludağ (Mt. Olympus of Mysia, 2543m), with the city deriving its name from its founder King Prusias of Bithynia. It subsequently came under Roman, then Byzantine rule before it became the first capital of the Ottoman Empire in...
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The city of Aydın, the homeland of tasteful figs takes you to the centre of ancient sculptures that inspire the modern arts. Known as Tralleis in ancient times, Aydın was the centre of a celebrated school of sculpture. The remains date from the second century AD. After 1186, the town came under Seljuk rule. The...
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Are you ready to open your door to an ideal holiday of recreation, entertainment, learning and culinary enjoyment? The beauty of Alanya makes it a magnet for tourists and provides everything you could dream of in a holiday. The county’s unique geographical and cultural texture, the attractive and comfortable hotels lining the turquoise blue Mediterranean...
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The city where the legacy of Ottoman Sultans stays engraved offers magnificent traces of past civilizations and the most delicious apples on Earth. Set in a narrow gorge in the Yeşilırmak River, Amasya dates from 6500 BC. During the Ottoman period, the city became an important cultural centre where many scientists and sultans’ sons were...
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Believed to be the lands where humankind expanded from the descendants of Noah, Ağrı invites you to İshakpaşa Palace, an emblematic of Ottoman architectural culture. Along the eastern borders of Turkey is Ağrı, one of the important cities of the region. Set on a 1650m-high plateau, it takes its name from the mountain which looms...
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Mount Nemrut of Adıyaman is fabulous both at sunrise and sunset, with statues of ancient gods whispering into your ear to wow you. Adıyaman has been the stage for a number of civilisations and the location for many culturally important cities. The Archaeological Museum houses regional finds from the Lower Fırat which date from the...
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While history buffs can enjoy exploring the ruins of ancient cities, nature-lovers find repose breathing the cool, clean air in the Taurus Mountains. Set in the heart of the Çukurova (Cilician) Plain, Turkey’s fourth largest city Adana has a history that goes back as far as the 7th millennium BC. The numerous civilizations that occupied...
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Being famous for its distinctive domestic cats, Van offers a ferry trip to a sacred destination- an evil eye bead for Turkey’s largest lake. This remote but important city is settled in a verdant oasis at the foot of a rocky peak. An imposing ninth century BC citadel overlooks the new and old parts of...
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Today, renowned as the “Snow Paradise”, Uludağ is the most popular winter sports centre in Turkey. Strongly associated with Bursa -the first capital of the Ottomans- which contains the most exquisite examples of early Ottoman architecture, Uludağ (Mount Olympus) has always attracted people’s attention since the ancient times and has become the subject of many...
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