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Bounded by the Black and Mediterranean seas, Turkey is a country located at the crossroads of two epic continents. A bridge between East and West, the ancient country combines influences from the Mediterranean and the Middle East, Central Asia, and the Balkans. Formerly under the control of Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Persian, and Ottoman empires, Turkey is lined with remnants of its rich heritage. The country is home to grand classical cities, quaint villages, harbor towns along the coast, and hilltop fortresses. Visitors here will find here churches, mosques, city bazaars, Roman temples and theaters, alongside a range of ornate Islamic monuments. Major landmarks in Turkey are Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, remnants of Pergamon and Troy, ancient city of Ephesus, Roman ruins at Hierapolis, Sultanahmet Mosque, and Dolmabahce Palace. The country is home to multiple UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely, Diyarbakır Fortress and Hevsel Gardens, City of Safranbolu, Ephesus, Selimiye Mosque, Great Mosque and Hospital of Divrigi, and more. The country also boasts an interesting combination of varying natural landscapes. Cappadocia is an internationally renowned tourist destination known for its unique fairy chimneys. Pamukkale is famed for its travertine hot springs. Turkey is lined with several cultural institutions and hosts prominent festivals such as Istanbul International Jazz Festival, Ankara International Film Festival, Sarigerme Kite Festival, Zeytinli Rock Festival.
Popular Destinations in Turkey
Located across the Bosphorus Strait, Istanbul is a transcontinental city in
Eurasia and is counted among the most significant cities in world history.
Formerly known as Constantinople and Byzantium, Istanbul is the historical,
cultural, and economic center of Turkey. Istanbul is the largest city in
the country and is positioned between the East and the West Turkey. The
picturesque and contemporary city has much to offer, from world-famous
historic sights to thriving cultural, art, and gastronomy scene. Istanbul
puts on display its cultures and history in an excellent way, amalgamating
them together in a beautiful blend. Istanbul is home to several cultural
institutions, such as Istanbul Museum of Modern Art, Pera Museum, Sakip
Sabanci Museum, and Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum. The 6th
century Hagia Sophia Mosque, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is emblematic of
the city. Other major attractions in Istanbul are Sultan Ahmed Mosque,
Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazaar, Taksim Square, Basilica Cistern, Galata
Tower, Dolmabahce Palace, and Hippodrome of Constantinople.
Located on Anatolia's thriving southwest coast fringed by the Taurus
Mountains, Antalya is the capital of Turkey's eponymous province. It is the
largest Turkish city on the Mediterranean coast and the biggest
international sea resort of Turkey. Antalya’s most popular beaches are
Konyaalti Beach and Lara Beach. While here, nature lovers can hike the
Lycian Way footpath, swim in the Duden Waterfalls, dive in the deep blue
waters, and golf at the many resorts. Moreover, the city is an excellent
destination for those who wish to avoid crowds and relax at the secluded
bays and beaches. Antalya is a former major Roman port and home to several
historic landmarks. The tourists who want to know about the history of the
city can explore the narrow streets of intricate old town, dotted with
historic sites. Major attractions in Antalya include Hadrian’s Gate,
Antalya Museum, Yivli Minare Mosque, Hidirlik Tower, Tekeli Mehmet Pasa
Mosque, Antalya Aquarium, Antalya Zoo, and Murat Pasha Mosque.
Gaziantep is a beautiful city located in the western part of Turkey's
southeastern region of Anatolia. It is among the oldest continually
inhabited cities in the world and is the sixth most populous city in the
country. The city has a hued history. This affluent history is perfectly
displayed in the museums located in the city. Lovely zoo, vivacious
markets, and historical monuments are some of the prime tourist attractions
of the city. The city has also several exquisite and serene mosques ideal
for tourists in pursuit of spirituality. Major landmarks in Gaziantep are
Gaziantep Castle, Zincirli Bedesten, Botanic Bahcesi, Liberation Mosque,
and Gaziantep Zoo. Gaziantep is one of Turkey’s most important cities for
gastronomy, the city is famous for its pistachios, and one of the prime
producers of the best baklava. For the culinary enthusiast, Gaziantep’s old
town market, is the best place to feast on some delicious kebabs.
Best Time to Visit Turkey
The best time to take Turkey flights is during Spring season, from April to May when the weather is pleasant and there is less chance of rainfall. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, September to mid-November is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Turkey.
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