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Travel to Turkey; a country of varied landscapes of vast open spaces, immense mountain ranges, lush valleys, and rugged coastlines. Experience traditional cities, ancient architecture, and unforgettable opportunities.  


  • Visit Istanbul, a city known for its unique location, as it straddles two continents. Stroll through Istanbul's renown sites such as the Grand Bazaar, Dolmabahçe Palace, and Topkapi Palace. Enjoy diverse, delicious cuisine – including Asian, Italian, or local signature dishes, such as kebaps, mezes, and fresh fish.

  • Take an unforgettable hot air balloon ride over the caves and towers of Cappadocia. Glide over gorgeous views of unique rock formations and the famous fairy chimneys of the Monks Valley as the sun rises over the valleys and mountains.

  • Take a sunset Bosphorus cruise. Board at the Eminonu Pier near Old Town to discover Istanbul’s landmarks while cruising along turquoise waters.   

  • Travel to the Aegean region to explore Roman architecture, the ancient town of Ephesus, and the early settlements of Aspendos. Tour the magnificent Aegean coastline; a diverse landscape with clear waters, pristine beaches, olive groves, rocky cliffs, and green woods.

  • Soak up the sun in Bodrum, a classic coastal escape with beautiful beaches, clear waters fit for scuba diving, a sparkling marina, boutique hotels, modern restaurants, clubs vibrating with energy, and iconic sites such as the Bodrum Castle.

  • Indulge in Ölüdeniz, a stunning town with white-sand beaches, remarkable hotels and hostels, delicious food, and engaging attractions such as paragliding, boating, and exploring its lagoon next to a lush, national park.

  • Go east to witness sunset at Mount Nemrut, Turkey’s mysterious mountaintop crypt sprinkled with stone-heads and the tomb of King Antiochus I of Commagene, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This remote location deep in the heart of Central Anatolia will be worth the journey.

Good to Know

  • The Turkish people are known for being friendly and welcoming

  • The regions bordering the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas are cool and wet in the winter, and dry with more sun in the summer

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