Top 10 Places To Visit In Turkey

Top 10 Places To Visit In Turkey

Turkey is one of the few countries in the world that spans more than one continent, and here we are going to discuss some more about top 10 places to visit in Turkey. Turkey is full of colourful cities, bustling markets, attraction, packed resorts and turquoise seaside escapes. There are beautiful mountains, lakes, waterfalls, forests, and even thermal hot springs for you to explore if you are a fan of nature

You can find ancient structures, archaeological sites and religious monuments in historical cities and learn stories of Turkey’s rich history.

Number 10. Cruising the Mediterranean. Turkey’s Mediterranean coastline has ruins galore and many things to do. But for many people, it’s all about soaking up the sun while enjoying the gorgeous coastal views. cruising on a yacht is the number one activity for visitors to Bodrum and fattier for good reason. The steep forest clad slopes hidden Cove sporting tiny white sand beaches and hundreds of scattered islands are the perfect place for exploring by sea. Even diehard landlubbers will be impressed. One of the most famous trips is known as the blue cruise and travels from fattier South down the coast until disembarking near Olympus, home to the famous natural phenomenon of the chi Mira.

The modern bazaar area is an upmarket take on an original Turkish market with proper shops rather than stalls. lv no hotel and suites is a four star boutique hotel in a peaceful location, but still only a walk into Bodrum town.

Number nine Grand Bazaar Istanbul the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is one of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with 61 covered streets and over 4000 shops on a total area of 30,700 square metres, attracting between 250,400 1000 visitors daily. In 2014, it was listed number one among the world’s most visited tourist attractions with 91,250,000 annual visitors. The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul is often regarded as one of the first shopping malls of the world. The Grand Bazaar is located inside the walled city of Istanbul in the district of farti and in the neighbourhood bearing the same name. It stretches roughly from west to east between the mosques of Benghazi and of no rulers money. Today, the Grand Bazaar is a thriving complex, employing 26,000 people visited by between 250,400 1000 visitors daily and one of the major landmarks of Istanbul. It must compete with modern shopping malls common in Istanbul, but its beauty and fascination represent a formidable advantage for it.

Number eight TERMAL Yalova Turkey is a town and district of yalova province in the Marmara region of Turkey. It is renowned for its hot springs. Bulova thermal baths are located in yalova, about 80 kilometres away from Istanbul.

The huge complex lying on a land of about one six M square metres is located 12 kilometres away from your layover. There are four hotels in the complex, one of which is in a part. There are also five parts which possess historical value. The mayor is Ishmael attic. The four star Istanbul medical terminal hotel offers a luxury accommodation with currency exchange, a free car park and lift. Bosphorus zoo is about nine kilometres away while Tuzla shipyard is within walking distance from the property. Twizzler municipality waterfalls education Park is a 25 minute walk from the hotel.

Number seven Ephesus

The Mighty ruin of Ephesus is a city of colossal monuments and marble column roads, one of the most complete still standing Roman cities in the Mediterranean region. This is the place to experience what life must have been like during the golden age of the Roman Empire. A sightseeing trip here will take at least half a day to cover the major highlights and longer if you really want to explore so make sure you plan your visit so you don’t feel rushed. The carians and lydians were the earliest inhabitants of this region and probably responsible for first building a fortified settlement open directly to the sea on this site, about 100 metres or so to the west of the gymnasium of radius to the right of the carpark of the 260 metre long remains known as the Church of the Virgin Mary or the double church or council church.

Number six Topkapi Palace. First built by Mehmet The Conqueror in the 15th century, this glorious palace beside the Bosphorus was where the Sultan’s of the Ottoman Empire ruled over their dominions up until the 19th century. The vast complex is a dazzling display of Islamic art, with opulent courtyards lined with intricate hand painted tilework linking a warren of sumptuously decorated rooms all bounded by battlemented walls and towers, sumptuous beyond belief the Topkapi Palace takes you into the fantastical opulent world of the Sultan’s. It was from here that the Sultan’s of the Ottoman era carved out an empire that would extend up into Europe and down through the Middle East and into Africa. The interiors with a decadently exuberant tiling and lavished your decor are an unforgettable peek into the Ottomans power base.

The surrounding public gardens were once the sole domain of the royal court but are now open to the public and provide a tranquil green rest bite from the city streets.

Number five The Sarıyer .

Sariyer is the northernmost district of Istanbul, Turkey on the European side of the city. The Surya district is a huge area consisting of the villages on the European side of the Bosphorus from rumeli Ferry down through Terabithia, Yena Koi st ne ma again to Ramallah hazari Surya also administers the Black Sea coast to the west of the mouth of the Bosphorus, including the village of kilyos. its neighbours are I up to the northwest beschikt dish to the south and CAG Athene to the west Surya has a population of approximately 260,000. The mayor is sukru gank, CHP, some parts of bailu and catolica were joined and Sara became district Centre in 1930. The district boundaries shrunk after the county of kamberg as was given to the isup district in 1936, and villages of mass lack and nizagara were given to Sicily district in 1954.

Number four Mevlana Museum, the Mevlana Museum located in Konya, Turkey is the mausoleum of Jalal add in Mohammed Rumi, a Turkish Sufi mystic.

It was also the dervish lodge techer of the mevlevi order better known as the Whirling Dervishes Sultan, ala al-din Kakabadse, the seljuk Sultan, who had invited Mevlana to Konya offered his rose garden is a fitting place to bury Rumi’s father Barnhart UD din well lad, also written as beheaded and veld when he died on the 12th of January 1231. When Mevlana died on the 17th of December 1273, he was buried next to his father. Moreover, the ritual Hall semi hain was built under the reign of Suleyman the magnificent at the same time as the adjoining small mosque. The adjoining small mosque Masjid is now used for the exhibition of a collection of old illustrated Qurans and extremely valuable prayer rocks. In this hole, the dervish is used to perform the semi, the ritual dance.

Number three Cappadocia, the surreal, sweeping rock valleys of Cappadocia, every photographer’s dream, Cliff ridges and Hillcrest are home to rippling panoramas of wave like rock or wacky shaped pinnacles that have been formed by millennia of wind and water action. And if you don’t feel like hiking for the views, this is one of the world’s top destinations to take a hot air balloon ride if the lunar escape isn’t enough to tempt you nestled in these valleys of the frescoed rock cut churches of the Byzantines era when this area was an important early Christian sight, high on every tourist turkey hitlist Cappadocia is an enchanting region of swirling volcanic rock landscapes that seemed to have been fashioned by mischievous elves. Humans have settled in this area since the Bronze Age and have left their own mark on this weird and wacky moonscape by burrowing into the soft volcanic rock to live.

Number two pamukkale one of Turkey’s most famous natural wonders the pure white travertine terraces of pamukkale cotton castle in English cascade down the slope looking like an out of place snowfield amid the green landscape. Although the travertines have themselves a highlight of a turkey trip the vast and rambling ruins of Roman hierapolis an ancient spar town lie on the top of this calcite Hill providing another reason to visit. For the best photographs come at dusk when the travertines glows the sun sinks below the horizon. Moreover, himachali is a surreal natural wonder of rippling, semi circular pure white travertines that sit among green farming fields.

This White Mountain is one of Turkey’s most photogenic spots, and one of the country’s most famous landmarks. For many visitors it’s a must do on their turkey travels.

Number one is Hagia Sophia.

The Hagia Sophia has had a history as complex as Istanbul itself. Starting its life as the hagia Sophia church Church of holy wisdom. It was turned into a mosque after the Ottoman conquest and is now a museum. Its dome is one of the iconic symbols of the city and even a middle of Sultan armies. Istanbul’s Old City district many monuments this ancient building remains one of the top attractions for tourists. Renowned is one of the most beautiful buildings in the world. The spellbinding Byzantines glory of the isfa Museum highest of fear is not only one of the top things to do in Istanbul, but also in Turkey. The staggering bulk of its exterior is ringed by the delicate minarets added after the Ottoman conquest while the sumptuous and cabinas frescoed interior is a grand reminder of old Constantinople might and power.

This famed monument is a must do for every tourist visiting the country. What do you think of our list? Which of the places mentioned above attracted you the most? And what if you get a chance to visit any of these places? Let me know in the comment section below. If you enjoyed this video and want to hear from me again, be sure to hit that subscribe button before you go

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