Sakarya province is located in the Marmara Region and earns attention with its closeness to Istanbul – and thanks to the crowds!
As the pearl of the Eastern Black Sea, Rize is a paradise situated among greenery.
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.
In compliance with its location, Kırklareli has hosted many civilizations in the history. It is known that the city was submerged during the Ice Age.
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 most beloved cities of the Central Anatolia Region, Çankırı’s history dates back to the Hittites. Hosting various migrations and kingdoms over time, this city holds an important place in history as well. Established within many beauties and with its developing status, Çankırı shows societal progress, but at the same time has not lost its traditional beliefs …
As one moves from the West to the East across Turkey, the geography escalates, and northern Turkey in particular offers great variations in topography.