As one of the favorite provinces of Thrace, Tekirdağ is famous for rakı and meatballs. Bordering on both the Black and Marmara Seas, this beautiful city is surrounded by İstanbul, Edirne, Çanakkale, and Kırklareli provinces.
Having witnessed civilizations such as Byzantine, Iranian, Seljuk, and Mongolians, Tokat is located in the middle of Samsun, Sivas, Amasya, and Ordu provinces.
Sinop is where Boztepe Cape and the Black Sea meet. Boztepe Cape was a castle town and its port was used frequently during the Ancient Period.
Sakarya province is located in the Marmara Region and earns attention with its closeness to Istanbul – and thanks to the crowds!
Famous for its beautiful ceramics and thermal springs, Kütahya is one of the hidden paradises of Anatolia.
Concerning the size, Konya is the biggest province of our country. Contributing much to our country with its economy and cultural richness, Konya also has quite an important history.
The city of roses, Isparta… Having showed progress since the time of the Lydians and Persians, Isparta had been an important city in the Roman Period as well.
Besides being the oldest city in our country, Gaziantep stands out as both an old and current settlement area in the world.
As one of the important centers of Anatolia, Eskişehir has also a good position. It has a cold and snowy climate and does not get much rainfall during the summer.
As one of the important places of historical times, Edirne offers many beautiful things for visitors. Having been the capital of the Ottoman Empire for years, it borders on Greece and Bulgaria. Established on a large plain area, Edirne ranked at one time as one of the seven largest cities of Europe.