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  • Alacati, the archetypal Mediterranean town

    The warmth of the climate, also the warmth of the people, sea bathing, strolls in shady lanes, or al fresco evenings to savour the mézés from a tra...
  • Balik-Ekmek, Istanbul's favorite street food.

    Istanbul’s Eminönü district is home to many historical landmarks. The Spice Bazaar, Yeni Mosque, Gulhane Park and the Basilica Cistern are among ...
  • 7 places to visit around beautiful Pamukkale

    Named after the cotton-white travertine formation, Pamukkale, is among the most important natural and historical landmarks to visit in Turkey. The...
  • 10 facts about Istanbul flirting with two continents

    Istanbul, which has been the capital of three different empires, will conquer your heart not only with its history, but with many more things as w...
  • Anzac Day Special: Canakkale – Guardian of the straits

    The Turkish victory at Gallipoli (Gelibolu) just across the narrows — brought to prominence a hitherto little known lieutenant-colonel, Mustafa Kem...
  • Istanbul's Grand Bazaar 10th most popular tourist attraction

    Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar was placed first among Europe’s tourist attractions; and 10th in the world; according to a report of the top 50 most popula...
  • Akyaka, The Mediterranean tranquillity

    Situated on the most beautiful and the peaceful bay of the Gokova gulf; Akyaka is one of the prettiest holiday destinations with its tranquil atm...
  • Adana city guide

    Adana is Turkey’s fourth largest city with an area of ​​14,030 square meters and nearly 2 million people. Adana is one of the most dynamic cities a...
  • Bodrum, the city of your summer memories

    A few hours after Aydin; we arrived at Bodrum. Our bus passed through beautiful Aegean towns of Soke; Bafa and Milas along the way. Around Bafa L...