Sirince Village Tourism: Unveiling a Hidden Gem of the Aegean

When considering things to do in Izmir, Sirince Village—situated amid verdant hills and encircled by olive trees—is among the first places that spring to mind. Turkey’s original architectural history is still present in this village, which receives hundreds of tourists Read More

Sip and Savor A Guide to Turkish Soups That Warm the Soul

Sip and Savor: A Guide to Turkish Soups That Warm the Soul

In many parts of Turkey, soup is the most popular food served at lunch and dinner tables, as well as for breakfast. It is served as an appetizer during meals and is pronounced as “chorba” (çorba in Turkish). The soup Read More

Beyoglu Culture Route Festival

A Look at Beyoglu Culture Route Festival

Beyoglu Cultural Road is still on its journey toward becoming a global brand after beginning as a brand associated with Istanbul. A festival that is alive in all senses of the word in all cultural and artistic venues on the Read More


The Best Routes for Tourists during Eid Holidays

This year, you have the option of taking nine days off, with only two days off for the Eid al-Fitr vacation. This year’s Eid al-Fitr holiday will be 5-days long when combined with the weekend. Those who can incorporate the Read More

Tourism in Sogut Where Ottoman Empire Kicks Off

Tourism in Sogut: Where Ottoman Empire Kicks Off

Tourism in Sogut: Many tourists are excited to visit Sogut, the birthplace of Commander Ertugrul, and view the most important natural landmarks and archaeological monuments, following the remarkable popularity of the Ertugrul Series. Sogut, which translates to “willow tree” in Read More

Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling Festival A Cultural Manifestation

Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling Festival: A Cultural Manifestation

Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling began in Rumelia in the 14th century during the Ottoman Empire. With its lengthy history, Kirkpinar Oil Wrestling Festival is one of the world’s oldest wrestling festivals. Oil wrestling is a style of wrestling in which wrestlers Read More

Şakirin Mosque

The Most Beautiful must-visit Mosques in Turkey

Turkey’s mosques are more than just places to pray; they’re also gorgeous tributes to Islamic art. These famous mosques in Turkey are as architecturally significant as they are attractive, from their intricate interiors to the massive grandeur of their exteriors. Read More

Turkish Folk Dances

Turkish Folklore: Customs, Heroes, Music, and More

Turkish folklore studies began in the early twentieth century. In 1913, Ziya Gökalp wrote about folklore (“halkiyat”) in the periodical “Towards the People.” Later, Riza Tevfik Bölükbasi and Mehmet Fuat Köprülü published essays in several periodicals on the issue. Both Read More

Christmas in Turkey Why To Celebrate Christmas During Your Turkey Tour

Celebrating Christmas in Turkey is being widely underrated by people thinking that the Christmas spirit cannot be felt in this country  and they are truly missing out on a particular atmosphere,and very special festive activities. If You Want to  Celebrate Read More

Evil Eye in Turkey

While visiting Turkey, Wandering around its beauty, you will come to see many… Many Evil Eye beads! those small or big royal blue glass beads with circles in the middle as a shape of a pupil everywhere, they come in Read More

Turkish bath (Hammam) feel better

Turkish bath is what you’re looking for if you want to be impregnated with the authentic ottoman style, you will be amazed by the white marble beauty of the architecture, you certainly have to add this to your “Istanbul to-do Read More

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