ALAÇATI

When approaching Alaçatı, the first eye-catcher for the visitors is the windmills that embrace the sky with their white sails. The windmills some of which have been here for more than a hundred years point out the good relation between Alaçatı and the wind. When sea view is available, many colourful windsurf boards dancing on

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ALANYA

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 Sea,

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ANTALYA

With ancient cities hidden among forests with oxygen-rich air, Antalya is a holiday paradise offering much more than one might expect. Antalya was founded in 158-138 BC by Attalus II, King of Pergamon, who named the city Attaleia after himself. Having been inhabited continuously since then, it was encircled by strong protective walls in Roman times. The Byzantines

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AYVALIK

Ayvalık, where health-giving olives grow in abundance, is ready to share its age-old traditions and vibrant cultural present with you. Ayvalık is a county of Balıkesir Province in the Aegean Region of Turkey, and it is one of the country’s fast-emerging but still largely untouched tourism destinations. The impressive geography is complemented by pine forests and olive

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BERGAMA (PERGAMON)

Pergamon was inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2014, and it has been one the rare settlements that have survived several invasions and devastations over the ages but reoccupied again on the merits of its strategic location. As confirmed by the findings of the excavations held, the prehistory of Pergamon reaches back to second millennia

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CAPPADOCIA

Having been a sanctuary for early Christians, Cappadocia is an open-air museum full of unequal natural and cultural components. The region of Cappadocia is located in the middle of a once-active volcanic area of central Anatolia. Millions of years ago three of its mountains – Erciyes, Hasandağ, and Güllüdağ – were active volcanoes; indeed this activity persisted intermittently at least into the

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DALYAN

Dalyan is a beautiful river town located (and named after) the Dalyan River, which runs right into the The Mediterranean. It’s known for its stunning natural beauty, its beaches, the quaint town, and the incredible ancient city of Kaunos. The town has a very cosmopolitan feel, with residents from all over the world. The seafood

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DEMRE AND PATARA

Santa Claus, who is portrayed as an old man wearing red-and-white clothing and driving a sleigh pulled by a team of flying reindeer carrying gifts to children, was actually Saint Nicholas who was born and bred, lived to become a bishop, achieved sainthood, and eventually buried in the land which is in the present-day borders of

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DİDİM

Didim, an hour’s drive from the city of Aydın, is one of Turkey’s prime holiday destinations. It has a rich cultural heritage, golden beaches, and a coast of intricate coves, each a wonder of nature. The Temple of Apollo in Didim is one of the largest and best-preserved temples of the ancient world. There are few better beaches

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EPHESUS

The ancient city of Ephesus is Turkey’s most important ancient city, and one of the best-preserved and restored. One can still stroll for hours along its streets passing temples, theatres, libraries, houses and statues. It contains such grand public buildings as the impressive Library of Celsus, the theatre, the Temple of Hadrian and the sumptuous Temple of

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FETHİYE

Fethiye is built over the ruins of what used to be the ancient city of Telmessos, whose ancient theater is still located right in the city center. Nowadays, the city is surrounded by some of the world’s most stunning beaches, has a harbor with many boats, a vibrant city life, and delicious cuisine. The fish

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GÖBEKLİTEPE

There are substantial grounds to claim that the most significant archaeological discovery of the 21st century is the Göbeklitepe. First of all, it dates back to 12 thousand years ago. In other words, it’s approximately 8 thousand years older than the pyramids and 7 thousand years older than the Stonehenge. Furthermore, it is even older than the

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GÖCEK

Göcek is a historic spot right on the Mediterranean Sea. Historically, it was known as Kalimche and is believed to be right around where Icarus fell when he flew too close to the sun in the famous Greek myth. It was a harbor town then, and now it’s all the more so with 6 large

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HATTUŞAŞ

Located within the boundaries of Boğazkale District, southwest of Çorum, Hattusas had served as the capital of the Hittite Empire for 450 years, between 1650-1200 BC, extending over a 180-hectare rough and rocky terrain. During the Hittite Empire, this magnificent city used to be surrounded by 6 kilometers long city walls with high towers at certain intervals. The monumental gateways

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İSTANBUL

For more than 1500 years İstanbul was the capital of the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman Empires. With one arm reaching out to Asia and the other to Europe, İstanbul is the only city in the world built on two continents. The Bosphorus courses the waters of the Black Sea, the Sea of Marmara, and the Golden Horn through the

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İZMİR

The beautiful İzmir pulls you into a world of picturesque modernity and traditions, with its refreshing touches on the human souls. İzmir is the ancient city of Smyrna, or “the country of the sacred mother”, which existed even before the arrival of the Hittites and was ruled by Ionians, Persians, Romans, and Ottomans. The original city was established

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İZTUZU

İZTUZU

Awarded international prizes in different categories including Europe’s Best Beach Destination and Europe’s Best Open Space, İztuzu is a very popular beach in Dalyan. Besides its natural beauty, İztuzu offers visitors a unique experience. Thanks to its location between Lake Köyceğiz and the Mediterranean, it is possible to swim in salt or freshwater. Visitors mostly prefer to enjoy the freshwater of

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Kemer

KEMER

Kemer is a seaside town set in one of the most stunning locations anywhere along the Mediterranean. It’s also set along the historic Lycian Way, making it a popular spot for hikers and camping out. Actually, more than that, its natural beauty makes it a perfect spot for all kinds of outdoor activities, including the aforementioned camping

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KUŞADASI

Dominating the gulf bearing the same name in the Aegean Coast, Kuşadası is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey. Thanks to its clear sea, beautiful nature, harbour and proximity to the ancient cities, Kuşadası has been one of the earliest tourism destinations and it still continues to be popular with its lovely beaches, sun,

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NEMRUT

NEMRUT

The Mount Nemrut is one the highest peaks of the Mesopotamia, and its summit at 2,206 metres above the sea level contains the tomb of King Antiochus I of Commagene, commissioned by himself. The gigantic statues of gods, each weighing 6 tons and 10 metres tall, indicate what kind of super-human effort was spent on the construction of the tomb. Boulders

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Pammukale

PAMUKKALE

A Marvel of Nature and a Roman City side by side Pamukkale appears in almost every list of places to be seen before you die and visited by almost two million tourists each year. Pamukkale is a place where nature assumed the role of an artist and created such majestic beauty. The white travertine cascades

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SAFRANBOLU

It is the traditional houses of Safranbolu that have earned the city a worldwide reputation and inscribed it on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, with many trailing back to 18-19th century, however, the fact that the locals manage to keep the traditional lifestyle alive takes the visitors on a journey back in time. As you walk along

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SİDE

SİDE

Turquoise sea, golden sand, light glistening on ancient ruins… A dream painted in sunset hues… Shaped by the cooling waters and soft sands of the Mediterranean, heir to the riches of antiquity and child of the modern world, Side is the perfect destination, equally rich in ancient treasures and the gems of contemporary entertainment, shopping, and comfortable

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Sultanahmet Square

Sultanahmet Square, which is also known as one of the many symbols of Istanbul and has a central location, is an important area where everyone must learn its location. It is also known as a square where horse races were held with Byzantines during the Ottoman period. It has a very old and long history.

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Bosphorus

Bosphorus Certainly we are very lucky to have the opportunity to visit a very special city like Istanbul. Although there are some hard-to-pass handicaps like population, migration and traffic, none of this changes the fact that Istanbul is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. One of the elements that make the city

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Eminönü

Eminönü One of the most historic districts of Istanbul, Eminonu is located within the city walls. Customs Customs in the Ottoman Empire during the Sea Customs in this area due to the presence of the region. About Eminonu In the first years of the Republican Period, Fatih became the most central district of Istanbul with

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Taksim Istiklal Street

Taksim İstiklal Street, Taksim, Istanbul is located in tourist areas located and Istanbul in the Beyoglu district of the province, while a places.istiklal street turned into a challenge Republican era, in the still of Beyoglu and is one of Turkey’s most famous street that connects Taksim with a tunnel . This street, which is 1400

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Top 10 Places to Visit

The most beautiful places in the in quite a lot of alternative opsions. Alternative for places colors from nature with autumn looking for a holiday full of peace or for thinking day with its proximity to the city a list of places to visit in the autumn preprared .Turkey destinations for tourism autumn we chose

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Agva

Agva Yeşilçay and Göksü streams flowing from one side to the other side with a wonderful nature in the countryside surrounded by Agva.naturel you can make a great holiday in Agva.A totally quiet and calm environment.İster weekend to escape the noise and stress of the city, whether Yesilcay Make a romantic holiday next to. Ağva

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Istanbul Aquarium

The Biggest Thematic Aquarium Of The World In comparison to other aquariums of its class containing fish species living in the world’s seas, it is the newest with its travel route, thematization, interactivity, rainforest, and cutting-edge technology… Istanbul Akvaryum holds a leading position among worldwide aquariums thanks to its volume, variety of fish species, and

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Istanbul Chocolate Museum

It may be the sweetest visit in your life… Pelit Chocolate Museum is in a different category than all the museums in Turkey. It’s the first and only chocolate museum in Turkey. It is a place where chocolate lovers will be passionate about. The museum full of art and chocolate that emerges as a blend

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Miniaturk

A Small Model of a Big Country Miniaturk, bringing together the rich architectural heritage of the civilizations that had ruled and left their marks on this ancient land from ancient ages to Rome, Byzantine, Seljuk Empire and the Ottoman Empire. 135 models in total, 62 from Istanbul, 60 from Anatolia and 13 from an Ottoman

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Panorama 1453 History Museum

“I either take Constantinople or Constantine me.”                                            Fatih Sultan Mehmet Han The Panorama 1453 History Museum, established by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality in 2009, holds the title of ‘the world’s first full-panoramic museum’. As one

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Great Palace Mosaics Museums

HOME OF EVERYDAY LIFE, NATURE AND MYTHOLOGY MOSAICS The mosaics unearthed in excavations in the northeastern section of the cloister in Eastern Roman Grand Palace in 1935 are magnificent both in terms of artistic and in terms of the richness of depictions of the scenes. The works exhibited in the Great Palace Mosaics Museum, dated

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Topkapi Palace

600-YEAR-OLD HISTORY: A SEPARATE CITY INSIDE A CITY Its exquisite position in Sarayburnu, it’s having been the residence of Ottoman sultans and the administration and education center of the state increase the magnificence of The Topkapı Palace. It is definitely a must-see in order to have a real insight into the administrative structure of the

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Cevahir Mall

Istanbul Cevahir Shopping and Entertaining Center As the largest shopping mall in the city center, Istanbul Cevahir offers its visitors world-class shopping 365 days of the year. Considered one of Istanbul’s symbolic venues, Cevahir is a shopping and leisure destination for tourists as well as locals. Istanbul Cevahir houses over 200 stores spreading across 6

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Zorlu Mall

Creating an unequaled living space at the heart of Istanbul, Zorlu Center is now the “meeting venue in the city”. Zorlu Shopping Mall is built on a land of a totally of 105.000 m² comprising the main court of 10.000 m² and the second court of 12.000 m² in addition to a leasable area of

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Kanyon Shopping Center

40.000 m2 117 stores and 26 restaurants in 4 floor 9 screen cinema Fitness center 2.300 car carpark capacity Top local and global brands, gourmet restaurants, cafes, and open-air performances are set in an atmosphere alive with light, sight, and sound. Anchored by world-famous fashion retailer Harvey Nichols, and dozens of trendsetting, prestigious brands all

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Istinye Park Shopping Center

Since their opening in September 2007, they are working non-stop with their 300 stores to offer the best service to their visitors. It provides a vast selection thanks to our 270.000m2 construction area, 87.000m2 store area, 3600 units carpark and a wide range of stores. The shopping mall features both indoor and outdoor space. With

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Emaar Square Mall

Shopping, Entertainment, Social Life and Gastronomy Center Emaar Square Mall, which has been one of the parts of social life in Istanbul since 28 April 2017, continues to host its visitors with its unique and inclusive line. Emaar Square Mall project entered into service to provide an area where meets all the needs of its

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Grand Bazaar

The Grand Bazaar (Kapalicarsi in Turkish) is one of the oldest and largest covered markets in the world. It was built of wood after the Conquest of Istanbul around an old Byzantine building which became the part of the Old Bedesten (Old Bazaar) today and got bigger and larger throughout the centuries with the addition

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Rumeli Fortress Museum

TWO CONTINENTS, ONE MUSEUM The Fortress Museum incorporates Rumeli, Yedikule and Anadolu Fortresses. Among all, Rumeli Fortress however clearly stands out. The Fortress covering a 30-acre area in Sarıyer also gives its name to the location. It was built in a short period of four months. By Mehmet the Conqueror in 1452 before the conquest

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Arasta Bazaar

The Arasta Bazaar, also known as Sipahi Carsisi in Turkish, is located behind the Blue Mosque in the old city center, just next to the entrance of the Mosaic Museum. Despite the Grand Bazaar, Arasta Bazaar is a small and simple traditional market in Istanbul. There are about 40 shops lined on both sides of

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Egyptian Bazaar (Spice Bazaar)

The Egyptian Bazaar (Misir Carsisi in Turkish) is also known as Spice Market. It’s located just behind the Yeni Mosque at Eminonu neighborhood, at the entrance of the Golden Horn. The Bazaar was originally made of wood in the mid-17th century by the architect Kazim Aga and got its final restorations during mid-forties. The name

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The Basilica Cistern

In the Depths of History One of the magnificent ancient buildings of İstanbul is the Basilica Cistern located in the southwest of Hagia Sophia. Constructed for Justinianus I, the Byzantium Emperor (527-565), this big underground water reservoir is called as “Yerebatan Cistern” among the public because of the underground marble columns. As there used to

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Goodwill Cistern

Date On The Face Of The Day: Godwill Cistern One of the historical cisterns in our city is the Goodwill Cistern. The cistern, which was built for the purpose of storing water from the Bozdoğan Arch, was completed by the order of the Byzantine Emperor 2. Theodosius. This cistern has an area size of approximately

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Bursa

The metropolis of Bursa, Turkey in northwestern Anatolia is a lively and historic city that boasts countless points of interest, but what to see and do in Bursa depends largely on where your interests lie. Bursa’s roots can be traced back to 5200 B.C., the year the area was first settled. What is now Turkey’s fourth-largest

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Özdilekpark Istanbul Mall

Shopping is re-defined in Levent -the heart of Istanbul. OzdilekPark Istanbul constructed with a technical infrastructure for the comfort of both visitors and the renters consist of 170 distinguished stores, Ozdilek Hypermarket, electronic market, 3200 m2 common terrace area, children’s playing areas, cinemas and foods&beverages area with a capacity of 1500 people. OzdilekPark Istanbul is

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