Pictures that will make you book a flight to Turkey

  • 04 September 2019
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Stunning coastline, cruise destinations, architectural marvels, historical extravaganza, cultural attractions, shopping avenues, and exquisite culinary delight is what you can look forward to in Turkey. Nestled between Eastern Europe and Asia, Turkey has always been a melting pot of diverse empires, races, religion, and cultural amalgam throughout its long history. Vibrant and scenic, vintage yet contemporary, all with a hint of up-and-coming flair, Turkey is one such exceptional gem which promises to offer perfect ingredients for an incredible vacation. Whether you want to immerse yourself in the Byzantine and Ottoman splendors of Istanbul, bask in the beauty of some of the world’s best beaches like Patara or Oludeniz beach, delve into history through remnants of Ephesus, or drench in the tranquility of some of the world's most breath-taking vistas in Cappadocia and Pamukkale, this Mediterranean delight rarely fails to impress.

 

Goreme National Park

Marvel at the beautiful blend of nature and history at this accredited UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rock-hewn sanctuaries completely chiseled by erosion with evidence of incredible Byzantine art, troglodyte villages and underground towns make it an astonishing attraction in Central Anatolia.

 

Oludeniz beach, Fethiye

Turquoise-blue water, lush green beauty alongside a white-sand beach makes a good enough combination to unleash the bohemian spirit in you.  One of the world’s best places for paragliding owing to its picturesque beauty makes it an irresistible Turkish destination.

 

Uzungol, Trabzon

 

Soak in the idyllic air along the 'hidden valley' of Uzungol - the scenic mountain valley with a trout lake and a quaint small village offers a perfect platform for a relaxing vacation, away from the humdrum of a bustling city life.

 

Pamukkale

Get ready to be smitten by the beauty of the Cotton castle – Pamukkale in Turkish. The surreal landscape in western Turkey famous for its white terraces is hard to miss.

 

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

Admire the finest example of architectural grandeur of the Byzantine and Ottoman’s Empires. Fondly referred to as the eighth wonder of the World, Hagia Sophia - Once a church, then a mosque, and now a magnificent museum is Istanbul’s most remarkable attraction.

 

Sagalassos, Isparta

Explore the incredible mix of nature, history and culture at the Sagalassos – the archaeological site in southwestern Turkey. It’s an absolute delight to delve into the intricacies of this human settlement dating back to 8000 BCE, surely a mecca for the history seekers.

 

Cappadocia, Nevsehir Province

Be awed by the amazingly beautiful rock valleys of Cappadocia carved out of the tuff of the Erciyes and Hasan mountains offering some of the best clicks. The valley’s cliff ridges and hill crests make one of the world's top spots to enjoy a hot air balloon ride.

 

Antalya Old Town port

Step back in time and explore a chunk of Turkish rich history at the Antalya Old Town port fondly referred to as the Gateway to Turkey's southern Mediterranean Riviera. This beautiful harbor town with numerous interesting remnants of the past along with the sun-soaked beaches is surely a delight to explore.

 

Bodrum

Once, a quaint fishing village is now one of the most vibrant and busting Turkish towns to explore. The Bodrum Castle, the Museum of Underwater Archaeology,  the ancient Bodrum Theatre and Myndos Gate are some noteworthy sites in Bodrum which can’t be missed.

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