If the usual routes and cities are no longer of interest to you, we have a unique compilation of 15 beautiful places waiting to be discovered. These are not the usual places that you may find in a typical Turkey itinerary. These are hidden gems of Turkey.
There are antique cities and historical ruins in Turkey, as the country hosted many civilizations. There are many different routes for sites from the periods of Romans, Ancient Greeks, and Hittites.
Denizli, which is in the Aegean Region and the Mediterranean Region. You can see the traces of different civilizations and tribes ruled in the Aegean basin in the history of the city, which dates back to the Seljuk and Byzantine periods. Surrounded by Uşak, Manisa, Afyon, Isparta, Burdur, and Muğla, Denizli carries many features and beauties of both the Aegean …
One of the most fertile geographies for Islamic tourism is Anatolia, especially during the month of Ramadan, where you can make different plans for Islamic sightseeing tours. We have identified different routes related to Islamic artifacts, mosques, and shrines that you can see in Anatolia, both during and not during Ramadan.
Niğde is an Anatolian city that should be seen in our country, with a deep-rooted culture, natural beauties, local flavors, and hot springs.
Famous for its beautiful ceramics and thermal springs, Kütahya is one of the hidden paradises of Anatolia.
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.
Located in Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey, Batman is a province that has preserved its rich history in the lands where the Dicle River streams. Hasankeyf Ancient City is a wonder of nature with over 1,000 caves and many historical monuments. Before 1990, when terror activities abounded, Batman had been a city where fast developments took place.
Located within inner part of Aegean Region of Turkey, Afyon province consists of 18 counties. It was first under the sovereignty of Hittites, then the Lydians and Phrygians consecutively. In the 6th century BC, the province was conquered by Alexander the Great and came under the domination of the Persians. After the battle of Malazgirt, its sovereignty was passed to …