With its millennia-old history, world-renowned gastronomy, culture and natural beauties, Turkey are among the countries that appeal to the most diverse variety of tastes in the world.
One of the best-known symbols of İstanbul with its history of 2,500 years, the Maiden’s Tower has also been the source of inspiration for many poems.
With statues as high as 10 meters and meters-long inscriptions, Mount Nemrut was considered a sacred site by the Kingdom of Commagene.
Having served as a thermal spring for nearly a millennium, the area embraces both those in search of a cure for their ailments.
Mardin Houses mesmerize visitors of all ages with their breathtaking architecture. Built on an area 2,500 meters long and 500 meters wide.
Built on a steep cliff in the Maçka district of the Black Sea province of Trabzon, Soumela Monastery is also called “Virgin Mary” by the locals.