Cumalikizik village is among the most well preserved Ottoman villages embellished with the best civil architecture examples of its era.
Ottoman Empire built many hans to Bursa City after declaring it their capital to boost the trade of their state located on the Silk and the Spice Routes.
Ex capital of the Ottoman Empire Bursa houses the best examples of Turkish Islamic Architecture such as the tomb of Sultan Mehmed I Celebi...
Green Mosque of Bursa is surrounded by the jewels of the Turkish architecture embellishing the first capital of the Ottoman Empire.
Bursa Grand Mosque, built by Yıldırım Bayezid (Ottoman Emperor), is one of the most important mosques in the Republic of Turkey.
Alacahoyuk is the first official archaeological site of Turkey. Multiple layers of civilizations have traces from the Hittites, the Romans, and the Ottomans.
Trabzon city is a combination city of nature and history. If you are looking for an itinerary that covers the beautiful Black Sea, Trabzon should be on your list.
Dara, located on the southern slope of the Tur Abdin Mountains, was established as a garrison city in order to protect the borders of the Eastern Roman Empire.
Alanya attracts tourists from all over the world thanks to the crystal clear Mediterranean beaches and millions of years old natural caves…
Dalyan River connects Lake Koycegiz to the Aegean Sea and creates a maze of reeds for boat trips. It is home to the endangered loggerhead sea turtles.
Giant monumental structures, the stadium, the Medusa mosaic in the Parliament Building, the longest gladiator friezes, were gathered in Kibyra.
Sanliurfa, known as the land of the prophets and considered the seventh-largest city in Turkey, is located in the Southeastern Anatolia Region.
The Castle was used as a military settlement. It carries the traces of different cultural-belief stages that make up the cultural development of humanity together.
Halic was the natural harbor of Istanbul during the Byzantine and Ottoman periods. It was also located at the intersection of traditional trade routes.
The poetic landscape of Cappadocia has a tremendous history thanks to its location in the middle of the Republic of Turkey…
The historical Malabadi Bridge is one of the monumental engineering masterpieces of the Seljuk Empire thanks to its widest arch span of the world.
Asikli Hoyuk, where the first skull surgery was performed 11 thousand years ago, is accepted as the oldest settlement of Central Anatolia.
Zeugma Mosaic Museum, which can be a reason for art and culture fans to visit Turkey, is the second-largest mosaic museum in the world.
Uludag, the highest mountain in North-Western Anatolia, was declared a National Park in 1961, is Turkey's most significant winter and nature sports center.
Kaunos, with its rock tombs, a theater with a capacity of 5,000 people, and the Holy Temple, makes its visitors take a journey through history.