Eyup Sultan Mosque

Eyup Sultan Mosque is an important Islamic Shrine in Turkey which is the final resting place of Abu Ayyub al-Ansari

Beylerbeyi Palace

Beylerbeyi Palace was built as a summer residence to the Ottoman Sultan Abdulaziz in the end of the 19th Century and hosted many guests of the Palace.

Istiklal, Bagdat and Nisantasi Streets

Istanbul offers profound history to travelers around Sultanahmet and offers world-class shopping opportunities in Istiklal, Nisantasi, and Bagdat Streets…


Sultanahmet Square was the heart of the Ottoman and Byzantium Empires for 16 Centuries which was a stage of festivals, riots, and horse cart races…


Miniaturk is the display window of the Republic of Turkey which was opened by the Municipality of Istanbul in 2003 by the banks of the Golden Horn…

Forests of Istanbul

Istanbul is the 22nd biggest city in the world but did you know this big metropolis is surrounded by many forests to catch your breath?

Pertek Castle

The rising waters of the Keban reservoir made the medieval Pertek Castle walls an eye-catching structure especially after the restorations held on the island

Ulubey Canyon

Ulubey Canyon got popular in Turkey thanks to the great efforts of Usak Municipality and recent investments made by Culture and Tourism Ministry.

Usak Archaeology Museum

The golden hippocampus of Karun Treasures is exhibited in its motherland since 2021 after a long journey including the United States and Germany.

Sanliurfa Museum

Would you like to walk among the replica of the 12 thousand years old pillars of Gobeklitepe and see the artifacts which changed the roots of Archaeology?


Modern Harran lies next to the ancient remains which were one of the most important trades and science centers of upper Mesopotamia.


Datca is a peninsula dividing the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas which is embellished by Knidos Ancient city located in the end of the long piece of land.


Ancient Halicarnassus was home to one of the seven wonders of the Ancient World and today Bodrum is one of the many wonders of Turquoise Holidays…


Marmaris is known for the phenomenal landscape and wooded hills by the beautiful beaches but the history of the town goes back to the 10th Millenium BCE

Turkish Dead Sea; Oludeniz

Oludeniz stands for dead sea in the Turkish Language and it is one of the most popular beaches of Turkey thanks to its special nature and phenomenal landscape


Fethiye is one of the most popular destinations of Turkey thanks to diverse types of touristic activities convenient for all types of travelers.

Kaputas Beach

Thanks to the peerless Turquoise colors of the Mediterranean, Kaputaş Beach has always been the most preferred picture of Turkish tourism…

Capital of Lycia; Patara

The ancient city of Patara is surrounded by Patara beach, desert-like sand dunes, and forest-like greenery which is a matchless landscape to see in Turkey…


With an average of 10 months of sunny days, Kalkan is an unspoiled fishing town on the southwestern coast of Turkey neighboring ancient cities and beaches…

Castle of Nevsehir and Environs

The old town of Nevsehir was under a huge renovation project until the construction companies encountered the biggest cave system in Turkey…