Famous cities in turkey

Camping in Mount Nemrut: Merging Nature with History

Camping in Mount Nemrut isn’t just about setting up a tent beneath the vast canopy of stars; it’s an intimate embrace with history and legends that echo through millennia. As you settle down for the night, imagine the stone gods Read More

Tourists Visited the ‘Best Tourism Village’ As Per UNWTO

The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) held its 16th Annual Meeting in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, beginning on October 25. ‘Best Tourism Villages’ were awarded as part of the General Assembly. Selection for the ‘World’s Best Tourism Village’ title went to Read More

Spider Forests of Gumushane: Nature’s Majestic Webbed Wonderland

Nestled in the Kürtün neighborhood of Gümüşhane, the living tree museum “Spider Forests” is home to hundreds of years-old trees that reach the sky. As one of the country’s major mixed forests, it transforms into a riot of hues every Read More

Vanadokya: Where Earth Meets Sky in Spectacular Display

The fairy chimneys in the 100-house Yavuzlar village of VAN, which is close to the Iranian border, don’t resemble the Cappadocia tourist destination in Nevşehir’s Ürgüp district. Visitors to Vanadokya who loved the outdoors visited the fairy chimneys and took Read More

Nemrut Crater Lake: A Mesmerizing Wonder of Nature

Nemrut Crater Lake: In the autumn, photographers and nature lovers frequently travel to Nemrut, the second-biggest crater lake in the world and the largest crater lake in Turkey, which is located at an elevation of 2,250 meters in the Tatvan Read More

Caravan Tourism: Discovering Samsun on Four Wheels

During the 676-month summer season, Samsun’s caravan parking spaces welcomed numerous local and international visitors from 77 different nations and 16 different cities. Every year, interest in caravan tourism grows more widespread, both globally and in Turkey. The Samsun Metropolitan Read More

Nature’s Masterpiece: The Splendor of Tortum Lake

The Bozburun Peninsula reminds one of the Maldives Islands in the Indian Ocean with the view of Erzurum’s mysterious and hidden Tortum Lake. The peninsula near to Tortum Lake, which lies on the way from Erzurum to the Black Sea, Read More

Pergamon Bergama: Tracing Footsteps of Ancient Civilizations

Pergamon Bergama was an ancient Greek city in Mysia, modern-day Bergama, Turkey. It was founded in the 12th century BC and became a major cultural and scientific center during the Hellenistic period. Pergamon was also a powerful kingdom that ruled Read More

Gumushane: The Hidden Gem of Turkey’s Black Sea Region

The amazing color riot of nature has begun to take place in the upper areas of Gümüşhane, one of the cities in Turkey where fall is experienced most magnificently. Autumn caused Gümüşhane’s highlands and forests to become as colorful as Read More

Sagalassos: A Kaleidoscope of History and Heritage

Sagalassos is a fascinating ancient city located in the Burdur Province of Türkiye, near the city of Ağlasun. It was once a thriving city-state, and its ruins are a testament to its former glory. The city was founded in the Read More

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