Turkey Travel – the country located on two continents.
Turkey with its capital in Ankara, is a country stretched across two continents.
97% of the country surface is in southwest Asia and 3% in Europe.
Turkey borders with eight countries: Greece and Bulgaria to the North-west; Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan to the North-East; Iran (Persia) to the East; Iraq and Syria to the South.
Turkey offers a wide variety of destinations for tourists who choose to come here.
From the domes and minarets which pierces the sky of Istanbul city, up to the Roman ruins, which lies on the West and the South Coast, from the beaches of Antalya and tourist resorts from the Mediterranean, up to the mountains covered by the fog in the eastern part of the Black Sea.
Thus, although are very difficult to classify, we undertook a top of the most important tourist destinations, you do not have to omit in the next holiday in Turkey.
Turkey travel advice – the most important tourist destinations
1. Aspendos Theatre
Aspendos boasts the fact that it is one of the best-preserved theatres of antiquity.
2. Patara Beach
With a length of 14 kilometers, Patara is one of the largest expanses of sand from the Mediterranean region.
Pamukkale, which means “The castle from cotton” in Turkish, forms a truly surreal landscape in the western part of the country, famous for its terraces of white color.
With its golden sandy beaches, streets packed with shops and stylish restaurants, the city of Bodrum is for a long time, a refuge at the seashore, preferred by many.
5. Mount Nemrut
Nemrut is a tall mountain of 2134 meters, located in the south-eastern part of Turkey, near the city of Adiyaman.
Ölüdeniz is a small settlement located on the southwest coast of the Aegean Sea.
7. Blue Mosque
With its six minarets and its impressive architecture, Sultan Ahmed or Blue Mosque, offers some truly unique views.
8. The library of Celsus
The ruins of Ephesus are a popular tourist attraction, situated on the west coast of Turkey.
9. Fairy Chimneys from Göreme
Cappadocia is famous for its strange rock formations and for its unique historical legacy.
10. Hagia Sophia Mosque
Dating from the 6th century, Hagia Sophia was originally a basilica built in the honor of the Roman Emperor Justinian I.
So, these being said, I think that we have offered, the most extensive arguments to plan a holiday in Turkey.
You must have a Turkey travel and certainly it will prove to be the best decision.
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