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Çanakkale, Turkey



Turkey is one of the most intriguing tourism destinations in the world, with stunning scenery and a rich historic legacy. Explore Turkey's most popular holiday destinations, beautiful coastline, spectacular icons, exciting events and cultural festivals. Plan your holiday to Turkey with great deals on accommodations, travel advice and a variety of things to do and see. Fun, joy, happiness, a never-ending journey.

So many words come to mind when you see the beauty of Turkey. Let us share some great ideas for your clients vacation to magical cities, special destinations and exciting travel experiences.  

Not only beautiful but also unique, not only sights but unforgettable experiences. 

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Ankara - Melike Hatun Mosque

ANKARA is one of the driest places in Turkey and is surrounded by a barren steppe vegetation, with various Hittite, Phrygian, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman archaeological sites. Remains from the Roman era include a bath, the Column of Julian, and the Temple of Roma and Augustus. Byzantine remnants include the citadel and a cemetery. The square Alâeddin Mosque, with one minaret, is located near the walled citadel and dates from the Seljuq era. Ottoman buildings are numerous and include the Hacı Bayram Cami (1427–28), as well as the Mahmud Paşa market and the Kurşunlu Han, two 15th-century buildings that have been converted to house the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. The modern city contains the huge Atatürk Mausoleum complex.

Antalya Kaleici Old Town

ANTALYA Antalya is the largest Turkish city on the Mediterranean coast region. Therefore, it is often taken as a gateway to the Turkish Riviera. It is also the capital of the Turkish Mediterranean coast. The two most important Ottoman mosques in the city are the 16th century Murat Pasa Mosque, remarkable for its tile decoration, the 18th century Tekeli Mehmet Pasa Mosque. Neighboring the marina, the attractive late 19th century Iskele Mosque is built of cut stone and set on four pillars over a natural spring. 

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IZMIR is on so many people's bucket lists because of its colorful streets, vibrant atmosphere and intriguing past. It genuinely is unique and provides a wide variety of experiences. Our wonderful flat called Ekin is located in Alsancak, the best part of the town, and is ready to give you a comfortable and cozy home experience. Book now and start your vivacious Alsancak adventure!

Egyptian Bazaar in Istanbul

ISTANBUL Prepare to be awed by Istanbul’s magnificent architecture, rich history, and eclectic bazaars as you discover the unmissable highlights of the Old City. Tour Topkapi Palace to gain an insight into the lavish lifestyles of the Ottoman sultans and their harem, and browse the legendary Grand Bazaar, where you find everything from carpets to Turkish delight.

The Trojan Horse Troia

CANAKKALE Sprawling for hundreds of miles from both sides of the Dardanelles is a land of legend, where myths, gods, and heroes of old come to life. A land that has played host to civilizations for more than 6000 years, during which it witnessed settlements grow to cities, cities to kingdoms, and kingdoms to empires before crumbling under the irresistible power of time.


CAPPADOCIA How long have you been dreaming of a visit to Cappadocia (Kapadokya) in central Turkey? Surely, you’ve heard fantastic things about it. Cappadocia is a UNESCO World Heritage site and rightfully so for its beautiful and quirky Dali-esque hill and rock terrain and unique history of cave dwellers. Goreme and some other towns nearby and the adjacent national park distinguish from being a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its natural, historical, and cultural uniqueness.

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