- Like us on Facebook!
Top Destinations To Visit in Turkey
Turkey offers a lot’s of different types of destinations to travelers. From the dome and modern skyline of Istanbul to the Roman ruins and tropical beaches.
If you are interested in property in Turkey you should definitely start from the Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey, and the only city in the world that sits on two continents. This city will offer you from the majestic Blue Mosque and the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul’s old city, to the thousands of shops and stalls at the Grand Bazaar, the worlds largest covered market.
Pamukkale, or “cotton castle” in Turkish, is an unreal landscape in western Turkey, famous for its white terraces that are made of travertine, a sedimentary rock deposited by water with a very high mineral content from the hot springs. People have bathed in its pools for thousands of years. The ancient Greek city of Hierapolis was built on top of the hot springs by the kings of Pergamon and the ruins of the baths, temples and other Greek monuments can be seen there.
Bodrum has long been the favorite resort seaside retreat in Turkey. With its sandy beaches, shop-lined streets and sophisticated restaurants, the city of Bodrum attracts thousadns of tourist around the world.
Aspendos Theater is one of the best preserved ancient theaters in the world. The theater of Aspendos was build in 155 AD during the rule of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius and could seat between 15,000 and 20,000 spectators.
The ancient city of Ephesus has the biggest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern region and was once home to the Temple of Artemis – one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Ephesus dates from the 13th century B.C. and was once a major port city with a large population. Today many of the ruins still stand in surprisingly good condition. Visitors can still see the remains of the amphitheatre and library, along with many other ruins and relics. The Ephesus site will take a full day to see properly and entrance costs 20 Turkish Lira
The volcanic rock formations at Cappadocia are located within the Goreme National Park and are a popular tourist attraction in the region. Around 4,000 years ago, people started carving cave dwellings into the bizarrely shaped mounds of volcanic rock that were deposited by now extinct volcanoes.