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Turkey is home to infinite locations that are beyond your wildest dreams! Full of ancient sites, unique beauty, and unparalleled destinations, visiting Türkiye is an unforgettable experience.
I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. If you are making mistakes…you’re Doing Something. “
A wonderland of tastes
Türkiye is home to the freshest and tastiest fruits and vegetables since it enjoys a temperate climate with all four seasons. The food here is mind-blowing! It is a true culinary paradise!
In next 3 blogs that I will write, I will bring you closer to the country that divides east from the west and has a lot to offer and many places to visit.
Turkey is friendly, beautiful, culturally rich and good value for money. Also it is modern enough to be comfortable yet traditional enough to be interesting. Turkey is one of the world’s top 10 travel destinations, welcoming more than 35 million visitors every year.
I might not be telling you anything new but you should be hearing this.
Put a visit of Istanbul Turkey in your traveling plans! This city that is half European and half Asian is within reasonable travel distance, and offers so much, that you can make a week vacation just to see this incredible place. People are very serviceable and want to always offer you better for less. In other words, you feel special when you are going through the streets of Istanbul.
The City Where History and Nature Meet
Located at the crossroads of Aegean, Central Anatolia and Mediterranean regions, at the junction point of Anatolia, Denizli has hosted many civilizations throughout history with its geographical location and natural beauty.
Denizli where you can see the traces of many civilizations such as Hittite, Phrygian, Lydia, Roman and Byzantium, is known all over the world for Hierapolis Ancient City, included inUNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Denizli, located on the fertile soil of Lykos Valley, has a rich potential in terms of historical, archaeological, cultural and natural beauties.
Patara was one of the heavenly corners of Antalya since ancient times, and has maintained this feature till today. In parallel with its sea, its tides and current, Patara was frequented by thinkers, pioneers and mystical aspects from across the world. This tradition continues in our days with visitors who come from across the world to explore the city and its famous beaches.
Thanks to its geographical and climatic feature, the harbour of the city has become one of the indispensable stops of the east-west maritime trade route in the south of Anatolia, and thus a first-degree determining factor in the history and development of the city’s settlement. The alluvium carried by the water of the 130 km long Eşen River have filled the harbour of Patara, which ended settlement in the city in the 14th to 15th century CE. Today, the desert-like sand dunes close to the sea provide a different atmosphere to visitors.
The “Land of Beautiful Horses” and Fairy Chimneys
Cappadocia is a beautiful region in central Turkey famous for its fairytale scenery, cave dwellings, remarkable rock formations and, of course, the hundreds of hot air balloons that soar in the sky during sunrise each morning.
There is also so much awesome hiking in Cappadocia, that it will take you at least a week to explore all of the diverse hiking trails in the region.
Türkiye’s many magical lands are full of fairy-tale wonders that create once-in-a-lifetime memories. Whether it is for a wedding, a honeymoon, or a special occasion, Türkiye promises to make the best day of your life even more special! Get ready for the next blogs!