Cappadocia is almost like visiting another planet to Cappadocia. The landforms are so unique that, until you see them with your own eyes, it is hard to believe they really exist. If you want to ...Read More
Kinaliada means the island (Ada) henna (Kina), about the color of waters that bathes the island.
Kinaliada was the holiday resort of Armenian bishops and Armenian from Istanbul, Burgazad...Read More
Among various places to visit in Istanbul, Basilica Cisterns is one of the major tourist attractions. People from various parts of the world come to visit this place.
The Basilica Cister...Read More
The waterfall and picnicking area around of Duden waterfalls attract both people from Antalya and guests from outside.The two sources of the falls, which have as much water as a river, are calle...Read More
This historic mosque in Istanbul is also Called Sultanahmet Camii in Turkish. Because of the purple stones surrounding the interior design columns, the building is regarded as the Blue Mosque. M...Read More
With the slow pace of life in its villages, it seems like Cappadocia sees little change other than winds eroding the fairy chimneys (rock formations). On the other hand, as with conviction the M...Read More
Sumela Monastery is one of the most beautiful religious temples in Turkey. It's located in the Black Sea coast region, yet high in the mountains in the middle of an evergreen forest. The monaste...Read More
Turkey One of the more undiscovered natural wonders of the Mediterranean region, the The Tatlıca Waterfall is situated among lush pine trees and is quite the impressive sight for those who disco...Read More
Heybeliada is the second-largest island among Prince's Islands near Istanbul. This green haven is abundant in lush forests and few settlements. It is the greenest between the Princes' Islands an...Read More
Visit of the Göreme National Park is a must if you go to Cappadocia. If you are on a trip to relax enjoy the serenity and quietness of a lovely surrounding, away from the hustle and bustle of...Read More
Cukurcuma is a lively and authentic neighborhood in Beyoglu district famous for its antique shops. This artsy area is a popular shopping spot for people with refined taste, looking for something...Read More
Are you someone who always look up to going to all the beautiful places of the world? Are you tired of your hectic work life and want to spend some time in peace and harmony? Ishak Pasha is a pe...Read More
Pamukkale is a place that feels straight out of a postcard. Turquoise colored thermal pools surrounded by enormous white travertine terraces. A spectacular geological phenomenon being true to it...Read More
The Kurşunlu Waterfall is especially notable for the beautiful pine trees all around the area (perfect for hiking) as well as the canyon, which shapes the waterfall.
After an around 10 m...Read More
People from various parts of the world come to visit this place. Are you thinking as to what is so special about this place? In this blog you will get to now as to why it is one of the most spec...Read More
Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is a remarkable place. It is one of the largest and oldest covered bazaars in the world. Frequently visited by tourists and locals, Grand Bazaar dates from the early 15t...Read More
Around 50 kilometers north of Antalya, the old town of Aspendos is one of the big-hitter historic sights for visitors touring the Turkish coast region. The site's theater— one of the largest sur...Read More
If you are someone who loves to visit historical places and cherish the remains and the architecture of each place, then you must come to visit Ani Ghost City, Turkey. People from various parts ...Read More
The largest of the nine Prince’s Islands in Turkey, Büyükada was once an islands used by the Ottoman Empire to send exiles. Now a days it is home to around 7,500 inhabitants and is a car-free ...Read More
Formerly known as Levissi, Kayaköy reminds of a harsh historical reality that, surprisingly, is barely known in the country: following the Geneva agreements of 1923 that ended the Turkish Wa...Read More
This beach is popular among the locals and holidaymakers who stay within walking distance or who want to relax, sunbathe and bathe for a few hours after a day in the city or after strolling thro...Read More
Home to the last six sultans of the dissolved Ottoman Empire; it depicts everything about their rule and reign over 600 years that was correct and incorrect. While it's simple to be in admiratio...Read More
Far from towns and up high on the fields near Göreme, you'll discover the "fairy chimneys," a geological artwork that baffled almost that ventured along the Old Silk Road trading route. This age...Read More
Goynuk Canyon is about 40 km drive from the center of Antalya on the way to Kemer. By renting a car from the city center or from the airport, you can easily go there. On the other hand, it is a ...Read More
Every year many people come to visit Lycian Rock Tombs, Turkey. They are one of the major tourist attractions that are present here. People from various parts of the world come to visit this pla...Read More
The International Antalya Sand Sculpture Festival (Sandland) features many gigantic sand sculptures.
There’s a different theme each year, such as ‘Legends’ or ‘Em...Read More
A green oasis with a beach surrounded by steep vertical rocks up to 350m, and a waterfall at the end of its valley, the Butterfly Valley is a Mediterranean dream come true.
Located on Tu...Read More
Safranbolu is an Ottoman village declared world heritage by UNESCO. You cannot leave Turkey without visiting it. And that's why tourists from various parts of the world go there. Well, it is not...Read More
Little known are the islands of Turkey, as some coastal resorts but of the Anatolian peninsula are much more famous. But the Prince Islands are the example that in this country so varied there a...Read More
Konyaaltı, meaning under Konya, got its title from the Antalya's history of being part of the Ottoman state of Konya.
The greyish beach is covered with small pebbles and this shingle mak...Read More
The island is called in Turkish Burgaz and Antigoni in Greek, the name originates from Demetrius I, one of the heirs of Alexander the Great who built a fortification named after his father Antig...Read More
Each one of us has a love for traveling. We explore different parts of the world and our search for more remains a constant. Have you ever heard about Myra Necropolis? In this blog we will tell ...Read More
The Mosque of Suleymaniye is one of the most significant mosques in Istanbul. It was constructed by the great architect Sinan on the order of Sulayman the Magnificent and both are buried in the ...Read More
Are you someone who enjoys spending time on a beach? If yes, this is one of the best place for you to travel in Turkey. Cirali Beach is visited by many tourists from all over the world in large ...Read More
Camlica Hill is the most attractive and the highest promenade in Istanbul. Located in the Anatolian side of the city and overlooking the Marmara Sea and the famous Bosphorus, Camlica Hill is div...Read More
Are you one of those people who enjoy visiting famous heritage sites and the historical places all around the world? Gobekli Tepe is then the perfect place for you to visit these vacations....Read More
The canyon is about 15 km from Kemer,4-5 from Goynuk.The entrance is a bit far to walk from the road and there s no bus service to take you there, so a car/taxi is useful .The canyon walk itself...Read More
When it comes to dramatic cliff plunges, a huge Mediterranean gulf and a mountain range as distinctive as the outlines of the BeydağlarıAntlayia is the contender, and the best place to enjoy it ...Read More