Aktopraklik Open Air Museum
The 8500-year-old ancient site Aktopraklik is the biggest archaeological park in Europe illuminating the history of Bursa...
Mount Ararat was the highest peak known among the Middle Eastern communities whom gave it an important place in their myths and legends.
Rahmi Koc Museums
One of the wealthiest family’s member Rahmi Koc is setting light to the industrial revolution of the Republic of Turkey with its museums in Istanbul and Ankara.
Anadoluhisari – Fortress of Anatolia
Also known as the Beauteous Castle, Anadoluhisar is the oldest Turkish structure in Istanbul which was built at the end of the 14th Century.
Euromos Ancient City
Located in the province of Mugla, the ancient city of Euromos is an eye-catching ruin with its historical richness. Highly recommended to pay a visit.
The Museum of Innocence
Turkish Novelist Orhan Pamuk realized his project of the Museum of Innocence museum in 2012 in the Cukurcuma district of Istanbul.
Rustem Pasha Mosque
The Rustem Pasha Mosque in Eminonu is one of the mosques with the most beautiful tile decorations among the historical mosques in Istanbul.
Dating back from the 18th Century, Turkish delight is just another delightful appetizer from Turks to the rest of the world…
Harput Castle embellishes the mountains encircling modern Elazig from the north and offers phenomenal views of the ancient Urartian wine-rich flatlands…
Turkish Coffee is an old coffee preparation method that has survived from the Ottoman Empire, which has an important place in Turkish culture.
Things to know before traveling to Turkey during Covid
If you are interested in traveling to Turkey despite the pandemic, here are the things to know before you come to our country.
Cathedral of the Holy Cross, Aghtamar
Aghtamar Church stands on a beautiful island on Lake Van in the East of our country which is the jewel of Armenian architecture in Anatolia.
Afyonkarahisar & Phrygian Valley
Phrygia is the ancient name of the geography in the north of Ankara, Afyonkarahisar, Eskişehir, Kütahya and Konya, Isparta and Burdur.
Magnesia Ancient City
Magnesia or Magnesia Ad Maeandrum is an ancient city where mathematics, geometry, physics, architecture, and human skills are peak.
Mardin – The City Where Languages and Religions Meet
Mardin, where people have lived since prehistoric times, is one of the places where Christianity first spread. The Assyrians are the first society to accept this religion.
Claros – Prophecy Center of Apollo
Claros, located in the Menderes district of Izmir, was one of the three oracle centers of the Oracle God Apollo in ancient times.
Sardis Ancient City
Sardis Ancient City, known as the place where money was first printed under the guarantee of the state in history, is located in Sart Town of Manisa.
UNESCO Heritage Site Catalhoyuk was the biggest city in the world 9000 years ago with approximately 8000 people at its peak!
Diyarbakir and Hevsel Gardens
Diyarbakir Fortress and Hevsel Gardens Cultural Landscape have been declared UNESCO Heritage Site in 2015.
Arslantepe is the first place discovered on our planet that separated religion and state affairs and established the foundations of modern secularity.