Türkiye

Home to breathtaking natural attractions, thousands of years old archaeological sites, centuries old rich cuisine and people with warm hospitality, this country truly has it all.
For those who enjoy socializing and discovering the authentic side of a destination as well as lovers of all things history and art, it is a dreamland waiting to reveal its charms. No wonder why Türkiye is the 6th most-visited destination in the world!

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Türkiye is a large peninsula that bridges the continents of Europe and Asia and is surrounded on three sides by the Black Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Aegean Sea. With over 8333km of coastline embroidered with countless coves, inlets, bays and crystal blue beaches, it is mainly a mountainous country, offering nature reserves and areas suitable for those seeking to connect with nature, explore the rich flora and fauna or practice an outdoor activity. A true paradise for tourists looking for an adventure or for just relaxing.

Sitting on the edge of the Islamic world and the European Union, visiting Türkiye is one of the easiest and most fascinating ways to explore the Islamic culture. Between the incredible food, the richness of history in Istanbul, the hot air balloon rides over Cappadocia, and the stunning mosques, it’s no wonder that Turkey is the 6th most-visited destination in the entire world!

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     Cappadocia

The “Land of Beautiful Horses” and Fairy Chimneys

A moonscape region carved by the nature and men, Cappadocia, southeast of Ankara, is most famous for its unique geological features and layers of history.


Cappadocia is the name of the region created by the erosion of the soft layers formed by the lava and ashes sprayed by the volcanic mountains of Erciyes, Hasandağ and Güllüdağ, and shaped by rain, wind, and ice for millions of years.  
Past cultures have dug into them to create dwellings, castles, and even entire underground cities, used as hiding places by early inhabitants.
The local people referred to these unique rock formations as "fairy chimneys", a name that has endured throughout the ages. If nature was the first artist to arrange the decor, it was Anatolian humankind who carved the rock and created Cappadocia as an open-air museum full of unparalleled natural and cultural phenomena.


Explore and experience this fantastic land, from riding to cycling, from exploration to sumptuous cuisine. No matter the season or time of year, this fantasy land has something to stimulate, captivate and invigorate the senses.

One of the leading destinations for hot air balloon tourism in the world, Cappadocia offers mesmerizing rides over the open-air museum and you can start the day with a breathtaking view of the fairy chimneys. As an alternative to Cappadocia’s sepia hues, Pamukkale’s unique white travertines have become a rising star for balloon tourism in the recent years.

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A taste of Türkiye

The Turkish cuisine goes well beyond the expectations of the gourmets, offering distinct flavours in every region.

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