Travel To Turkey


Travel To Turkey

Advice for First-Time Travelers to Turkey

We hope that the reasons listed below for your planned trip to Turkey will inspire you. If you want to have a holiday in Turkey where everything is together, your first route should be Istanbul. Especially Grand Bazaar shopping experience is absolutely unforgettable.

-If your first visit to Turkey starts in Istanbul (probably it will), you can take advantage of Cab Istanbul by rent a car with a driver who speaks English to get the necessary preliminary information. If you have a lower budget, get all the necessary information by using our airport transfer service only.

Göreme - Cappadocia

Attrcative Reasons To Travel Turkey

  • You can visit the cities of Antalya and Muğla to swim in the sea, meet people from all over the world, and enjoy ultra-luxury resorts. Especially Fethiye, Bodrum, and Alanya stand out with the options they offer on these issues.
  • If you want to visit the Fairy Chimneys, Cappadocia is the place you should go.
  • Mount Nemrut in Adıyaman is a fairy tale place where you can see gigantic statues.
  • Ankara is the capital city there are places to go to see some of the museums and Ataturk's famous mausoleum, Anıtkabir.
  • Marmaris is a place where you can go for an economical holiday in the deep blue seas and golden beaches.
  • The Trojan War took place in Çanakkale/Turkey. You can see a model of the Trojan horse made for the Trojan movie used in that war, in Çanakkale
  • You can see St. Peter's Church, the first church built by human hands in the world, in Antakya.
  • If you want to see one of the oldest ruins in history, turn your route to Göbeklitepe in Şanlıurfa.You can see Göbeklitepe, the oldest temple in the world, in Şanlıurfa.
  • You can see the two most important places of the ancient world, Ephesus and Halicarnassus, within the borders of Izmir/Turkey.
  • Saint Nicholas (St. Nicholas), also known as Santa Claus, was born in Demre, a Mediterranean seaside town in Turkey. You can see it in Demre, formerly Myra.
  • You can see the tulips of the Netherlands in Istanbul in April, the tulip festival is held in Emirgan park every year in April. Istanbul is one of the rare cities in the world that shares the continents of Asia and Europe and brings together two continents in one city.
  • The first ecumenical council was held in the town of Iznik in Turkey.
  • The writing was first used by the people living in Anatolia in ancient times.
  • Inscribed copper tablets were found in an Assyrian trade colony. You can see the first Neolithic drawings in history at Çatalhoyuk. Drawn on walls built by humans.
  • Anatolia hosted some of its legendary names; King Midas, Herodotus, St. Paul, Homer
  • Besides the ruins of the Kingdom of Pontus, there are many other things worth seeing in the Black Sea!
  • The house where the Virgin Mary spent her last days can be seen on the top of Bülbüldağ in Ephesus. This is a holy place for all religions.
  • You can experience explosions of excitement while flying paragliding from Babadağ and being fascinated by the beauty of Ölüdeniz
  • There are healing thermal waters all over Turkey.
  • There are golf clubs in Antalya- Belek that have achieved world standards. Golf lovers can visit Turkey!
  • Considered to be the center of the world in ancient times, the Million Stone is located in Sultanahmet, Istanbul, next to the Basilica cistern.
  • You can see the Spoonmaker's Diamond, one of the most precious stones in the world, in the Topkapı Palace Museum.
  • Blue Mosque, one of the masterpieces of Ottoman architecture, you can see the 6th century Hagia Sophia church/mosque/museum. Three of the ten icons of the Orthodox faith, which are believed to have survived in the world, are in the Hagia Sophia Museum
  • Izmit-Hereke is seen as one of the most important hand-woven carpet-making regions in the world with its hand-woven wool and silk rugs
  • The world-famous Safranbolu houses are worth seeing with their preserved textures for 450 years.
  • In winter, you can enjoy skiing in Uludag and eat Iskender kebab below the building.
  • The philosopher Aristotle lived in Assos for 3 years. When you go and see it, one understands why he couldn't leave there!
  • You can walk on the ancient Lycian road in the Aegean, the Lydians, the people who found money in world history, in Antalya, and the Lycians, who were the first people to use it.
  • If you are interested in Greek mythology, many treasures await you in Turkey, including the Temple of Dionysus in the Ancient City of Teos.


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