Turkey is a country with a great history and travelers from all around the world come here to explore the fabulous Roman remains while enjoying their time in a diverse landscape as well as the friendly local residents. Turkey has countless destinations that you can explore. It will all depend on the amount of time you are willing to spend around.

The Black Sea Coast

Stretching from Istanbul to Georgia, the northern Black Sea Coast in Turkey offers a totally different feel as compared to the Turkish Riviera. At this coast, you’ll see ancient cities lining along the coastline which has huge mountains and old-grown forests. Apart from the many attractions around this area, most visitors spend time at the area between the cities of Sinop and Trebizond as they view the beautifuL scenery.

The Turkish Riviera.

The Turkish Riviera encompasses both the Aegean and Mediterranean coasts and makes the perfect destination to spend your holiday in Turkey. You shouldn’t worry about the nightlife since it’s all taken care of by the beachfront resorts at the Mediterranean cities such as Bodrum, Marmaris and Antalya. However, you can decide to paraglide in Oludeniz or hit the links at the Gloria Golf Resort in Belek.  Perhaps you’ve just read about the Roman city of Ephesus. It’s time you went to explore the ancient world by yourself.


Most tourists who visit Turkey arrive at this point. Istanbul introduces Turkey’s culture to travelers arriving here. You’ll have the opportunity to experience both the Middle Eastern and European culture at the same time. The streets of Istanbul feature historic mosques as well as fashionable cafes and shopping malls. Ride a ferry across Bosphorus or spend the day in a spa.


Cappadocia is one of the most unique destinations in the world. Inside this city is a very unique landscape especially in Nevsehir, Urgup, and Avanos towns. Christians sought refuge in this region and therefore offers one the opportunity to explore the different religious sites present. You can as well explore the Giant rock “chimneys rising into the sky or visit a local winey.