Trabzon
Trabzon - formerly known as Trabzund, is a city on the Black Sea in northeastern Turkey, the capital of the province of the same name. Once located on the Great…

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Attractions and attractions of Istanbul
Each tourist, who first arrived in Istanbul, immediately gets to the famous square, where there are two legendary monuments of history and religion. This, of course, refers to the Blue…

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Cappadocia
Cappadocia, the historical region located in the central part of the country, is called the heart of today's Turkey. This region is interesting not only for its extraordinary nature, but…

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Istanbul International

Uludag

Uludag is located 150 km from Istanbul and 35 km from Bursa. Almost every hotel here has its own ski lifts, the cost of using which is included in the price (but this does not mean that the ski lifts of one hotel are closed for guests of others: a ski pass to the lift of a “foreign” hotel can always be bought at its lower station, it happens for several rises or several days). Snow cover (its maximum thickness is 3 meters) lasts from the second half of December to the end of March. The slopes for alpine skiing are located at altitudes of 1750-2543 m above sea level, wide and well-groomed, they mostly pass in the forest. The best time for skiing is between December and March. Continue reading

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 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.

Troy Hotels
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

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

Ankara
Ankara is the second largest city of Turkey after Istanbul, and since 1923 its capital. Despite its capital status, Ankara is not as popular among tourists as Istanbul and the…

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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…

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Trabzon
Trabzon - formerly known as Trabzund, is a city on the Black Sea in northeastern Turkey, the capital of the province of the same name. Once located on the Great…

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Kusadasi
Kusadasi is a popular resort on the Aegean Sea with long beaches and a picturesque bay, where gulets, yachts and luxury cruise ships drop anchors. A rare Mediterranean cruise does…

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