Troy (Truva, Troy) – a city located in the northwestern part of Anatolia, near the Dardanelles and Mount Ida, is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Troy is known for the most part because of the Trojan War (and that horse itself), described in many works of the ancient epic, including the famous Odyssey and the Iliad of Homer.
Most of the hotels are located in Canakkale, so tourists most often stay there and come to Troy for one day. In Troy itself, you can stay at the Varol Pansiyon Hotel, located in the center of the neighboring village of Continue reading
Turkler is formally part of Alanya. But this small town with a population of 4000 people has its own, more relaxed “character.” Turkler is popular with lovers of nature, mild climate and fresh sea air. Also, tourists are attracted by a fairly uniform composition of vacationers, due to the fact that expensive four- and five-star hotels prevail here. And if you get bored and want city noise, you can always sit in Dolmush and leave for several hours in neighboring Konakli, Antalya or Alanya.
Shopping & Stores
The village has many grocery stores within walking distance. There are supermarkets on the Fougla Peninsula in the western part of the city. There are also numerous points with Turkish delicacies, for example, STAR (Turkler Continue reading
The main thing that attracts tourists to Pamukkale is travertines, a natural park, part of which is open for visitors and works around the clock. In the daytime, the entrance costs 5 TRY. Near the terraces, forming a single complex with them, is the ancient city of Hierapolis. Two entrances lead to the territory – South and North Gates. There are ticket offices and tourist centers near each, but it is more convenient to go through the northern entrance: to go much closer.
Those wishing to visit also Karahait need to save a ticket, otherwise they will have to pay a second time for entry. Continue reading