Kekova
Kekova island in Turkey is rightly called the "pearl of the Mediterranean." It is small - with an area of ​​only 4.5 square meters. km, but there are always a…

Continue reading →

<a href="http://thisismyurl.com/downloads/easy-random-posts/" title="Easy Random Posts">Easy Random Posts</a>
Troy
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…

Continue reading →

Sights of Pamukkale
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…

Continue reading →

beginning of autumn

1 2 3 5

Sights of Pamukkale

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

Pamukkale

The snow-white Pamukkale travertine terraces from afar are similar to the developed quarry, but, approaching them closer, you begin to understand what exactly they attract tourists from different countries. This is a real geological miracle, which is called the “Cotton Fortress.” The entire plateau, towering above the river, is covered with smooth travertine, resembling lilies, shells and bowls. Travelers come here to improve their health and enjoy the views – such landscapes are not found anywhere else in the world.

Now the state of the reserve is being watched vigilantly, as the uncontrolled use of water for hospitals and Continue reading

Princes islands

The Princes’ Islands is an archipelago of nine islands that are administratively one of the districts of the province of Istanbul. They got their name due to the purpose by which they were used by the rulers of the Byzantine and then the Ottoman empires. All the representatives of the august surnames and royal persons who were in disfavor referred to this.

In the 19th century, mainly wealthy representatives of the Armenian, Jewish and Greek communities began to relax here, but gradually the population became more Turkish due to the influx of Turkish capital.

Today, the Prince Islands is one of the common destinations for day trips from Istanbul. You can only get Continue reading

1 2 3 5
Troy
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…

...

Kartalkaya
Kartalkaya is a small town and a developing ski resort located in the west of the Black Sea region of Turkey in the Koroglu Mountains of Bolu Province. The best…

...

Black Sea coast of Turkey
The Black Sea coast of Turkey, located in the north of the country and stretching from Istanbul to the border with Georgia, is famous for its beauty, an abundance of…

...

Antique cities of Turkey - Aspendos Theater, ruins of Perge and Side
Vacations in Turkey will not surprise anyone now, but I would like to show my readers “another Turkey” with the opportunity to go here not only for beautiful hotels and…

...