Turkey has been inhabited since the paleolithic age, including various ancient Anatolian civilizations, Aeolian, Dorian and Ionian Greeks, Thracians, Armenians ...
Istanbul: A world center of great value in the past as well as in the present, Istanbul embraces Asia on the one hand and Europe on the other.
Muğla, at the crossroads of the Aegean and Mediterranean Region, is a piece of paradise comprised of coves such as Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye, Gocek and many more.
Nevsehir: Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage for its Cappadocia district, Nevsehir fascinates visitors with its natural and historical attractions.
Izmir: The pearl of the west, is Turkey's third largest city and one of the most important port cities. It has a great nature and a rich historical and cultural heritage.
Previously known as Antioch and located in the center of the first civilizations on the historical Silk Road,
A city with its roots back in 7000 BC, formerly named Tralleis and Guzelhisar (meaning Beautiful Citadel) and home to various ancient civilizations: Aydin.
Adiyaman: A city of civilizations, founded in the 40000 BC on the Southeastern Taurus Mountain complex, one of the first human settlements to be known.
Bursa: The first capital of the Ottoman Empire with a history dating back to 4000BC at the heart of the silk and spice trade and Turkey's fourth largest and advanced city.
Trabzon: Mentioned in the memoirs of Marco Polo andEvliya Çelebi, Trabzon, with its cultural andnatural riches, is a livablecity throughout the seasons.
The second largest city of the Aegean region, the cradle of many civilizations and ancient cities and a world heritage site famous for its Pamukkale travertines the history of Denizli goes back to the fourth millennium BC.
One of the most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean and particularly well-known for its cuisine Adana has a variety of cultural and historical values worth exploring.
Survived many human millenniums, Diyarbakir can easily be mistaken for a fairy-tale city where time is suspended.
A romantic city divided into halves by the Porsuk Creek, Eskisehir is one of the most innovative cities of Turkey.
A cultural mosaic of diverse civilizations and home to innumerable natural wonders, Kayseri has been Anatolia’s most important commercial center for many centuries.
.Famous for its roasted chickpeas, Çorum was settled for the first time in the Neolithic Era and is now home to several sites inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List
The smallest in terms of surface area but among the most advanced provinces of Turkey, Kocaeli welcomes visitors with a rich diversity of nature and monuments.
The hometown of the major names of Turkish culture and literature Mevlana and Nasreddin Hodja, Konya is a magnificent city of great cultural and historical significance.
An historical city situated on the oxygen-rich skirts of Palandoken Mountain, Erzurum boasts a unique cultural legacy.
a unique city blessed with the most delicious apricots, located on the historically most important trade routes, the Kings Road and Silk Road
Edirne: One of Turkey’s border cities and gateway to the West, a charming city with a fascinating nature and cultural heritage
One of the major cities of the Aegean region Manisa, with its history dating back to ancient times, bears many mysteries.
Bolu has Çankırı to the east, Karabük to the northeast, Zonguldak and the Black Sea to the north, Düzce to the west and Ankara to the south.
Kastamonu province is surrounded with the best examples of Ottoman and Turkish architecture and is nestled in the bosom of the natural landscape of the Black Sea.
Located at Turkey's southern tip, Hatay is a center of civilization abounding in historical and cultural legacies in every corner.
The city where the Sultans’ sons were educated and the legendary city where Ferhad had to mine the mountains to reunite with his beloved Shirin, Amasya has been one of the major cities of many civilizations since the ancient times.
Blessed with numerous islands where lush green forests stretch along the shores of the infinite sea, Balıkesir province is also the habitat of abundant olive groves.
Sakarya: is one of Turkey’s fastest developing cities surrounded by a lush green landscape abounding in natural wonders.
Samsun: Founded as an Ionian state on the fertile soils between the the Yeşilırmak and Kızılırmak rivers, Samsun is a historical city which has played a key role during the War of Independence.
Mardin: Preserved since the ancient times with great care, Mardin located in the Southeastern Anatolian region, has always been the focus of attention for its cultural mosaic and unique architecture.
Mersin: One of the warmest and most beautiful cities of the Mediterranean region that can be visited for its authentic flavors and beautiful beaches any time of the year.
Burdur: located in the western part of the Mediterranean Region, Burdur is a major city where scenic beauties meet with historical archaeology
Yalova: Surrounded by the Marmara Sea, Yalova is a peaceful and relaxing city rich in thermal springs and abundant nature.
Van: Turkey’s sixth largest city and cultural legacy rich in history, monuments, natural beauty and unique flavors
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