Antalya is a city in southern Turkey, the center of the province of the same name and a seaport. It is located on the Mediterranean coast and is the capital of the popular resort region of the Turkish Riviera.
Cappadocia is a region in Turkey in Central Anatolia. This is an area with a unique geological structure and natural features, rich in historical and cultural heritage.
Istanbul (formerly Constantinople) is Turkey’s largest city and its main port. It is located in the north-west of the country on the shores of the Bosphorus Strait, which connects the Black and Marmara Seas.
Izmir is a city in western Turkey on the Aegean coast. It is the third largest port in the country. Izmir is a dynamic, fast-growing metropolis with a rich history and a large youth population.
Bodrum is a city in the south-west of Turkey in the province of Muğla, located on the northern tip of the Gulf of Kemre of the Aegean Sea. Built on the ruins of ancient Halicarnassus, one of the most famous cities of ancient Greek civilization.
Pamukkale is a natural and cultural site in southwestern Turkey, included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Translated from Turkish as “cotton castle” and is known for stunning snow-white travertines and terraced ponds