Turkey has located a central point between Asian, European and African continents which gave her the unique position of crossroads of humankind; “Anatolian Peninsula” in other words! Surrounded by Black Sea in the north, Caucasus Mountains in the northeast, Aegean Sea in the west, Mediterranean Sea in the south, Mesopotamia “The Fertile Crescent” in the southeast. The cradle of civilizations by many different reasons, the core of life and the roots of settled life; combination of our progress.
Here we experience Göbeklitepe where Ian Hodder of Stanford University said, “Göbeklitepe changes everything” since it could profoundly change the understanding of a crucial stage in the development of human society. And we also taste Ephesus, where is also one of the seven churches of Revelation of Asia Minot that are mentioned in Holy Bible. We can touch the walls of Topkapi Palace was built by Fatih Sultan Mehmed in 1478 and became the official center of the state and the Ottoman sultans.
Four seasons of the year is note only a famous brand, but also a way of living in Turkey. For instance; while one enjoys the sunbath of Antalya beaches, the other fellow can take a cable car to Olympus Mountain for skiing in the same day.
Why More Turkey?
Turkey is one of time most visited countries in the world with around 45 million guests every year. Turkey is friendly, unique, tasty, full of culture and history, and good value for money.
Historical Attractions: The story of settled life in Turkey goes back around 25.000 years. Hittite, Achaemenid, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman periods have gave birth to modern Republic of Turkey today. Today’s Turkey still has pieces from all these civilizations and makes the country a melting pot of multi-cultures.
Accommodation: Turkey has the most amazing and luxury hotels as well as boutique hotels all around the country which makes the guests to choose according to their budget. The hotels in Turkey reflects the zeitgeist of its environment. The guests of Turkey can enjoy a cave room in Cappadocia, as well as a palace room in Istanbul and a sea view room in Aegean & Mediterranean beaches.