What are you loooking for your vocation? Peaceful beaches, stunning nature, ancient history, and more? You can find more than you expect for your vocation in Turkey. If you are looking for beach vocation, you’re welcome to discover peaceful beaches Mediterranean and Aegean coast. If you are looking for nature, you are welcome to explore and relax in beautful nature of Balck Sea. Discover history in Ephesus, explore cultural heritage in Istanbul, enjoy amazing hot air balloons in Cappadocia, relax in ancient thermal springs in Pamukkale, and experience different cultures in Mardin. Turkey is full history, nature and culture where you can learn, enjoy, and relax!
Turkey is home to some of the world’s most fascinating landscapes. The country takes you back in time with its endless history and numerous ancient monuments. From iconic city of Istanbul to the mediterreanean coast, Turkey has much to offer!
Turkey is a wonderful destination if you are dreaming a lifelong experience. You will find beautiful landscapes with breathtaking rock views and beaches with crystal clear waters. This beautiful country has many invaluable monuments and relics which remind us of Turkey’s incredible history. Turkish lands witnessed different cultures and civilizations throughout the history.
Turkey is a unique tourist destination with culture, history, majestic beaches, exotic islands, great food, and much more!
Cappadocia is a bundle of historic cave dwellings and fairy chimneys that can be discovered with hot air balloons in the early morning. The city is perfect for hiking through valleys, horseback riding, visiting hidden cave churches, and taking spectacular photos.
The Mediterranean coast is famous for its crystal clear beaches and bays across the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Turkey among its popular beaches and resorts. It is also home to one of the world’s greatest hiking trails; the Lycian way.
Turkey’s Black Sea region is famous for its natural beauty where large portion of Turkey’s famous teas produced. It accommodates many mountain top plateaus, iconic stone bridges, historic churches, lakes, and monasteries.
Pamukkale is an ancient Roman natural SPA city with pure white pools filled with calcium rich water. Its name translates to cotton castle.
Mardin is a unique aspect southeastern city and choose the rich architecture with old madrasahs, mosques, churches, and monasteries. This city is definitely worth to see.
Van is famous for its distinctive domestic white cats but it’s also a great place to sightseeing. Akdamar is an island in Van lake where a 10th century church sits among beautiful almond trees. Other attractions include castle, historic sites, and waterfalls.
Konya is known as the spirit city of the Mystics. The city is home to many cultural sites including Mevlana mausoleum and a 5000 year old Catalhoyuk village on the outskirts of the city.
Turkey has many islands to see. the Princess islands are a popular day trip destination from Istanbul.
Burdur is home to lake Salda lake which has white sand beaches with crystal clear waters which is one of the five cleanest lakes in the world.
Istanbul is the most popular city in Turkey and the only city in the world that stands up on two continents. The old city has a timeless charm. It is surrounded by historic mosques palaces and many cultural sites including the Maidens Tower.
Istanbul is known for meeting point of eastern traditions and western modernity. Walk the narrow Old Town streets and find the perfect souvenir in the Grand Bazaar or Spice Market. Visit the Dolmabahce Palace and marvel at its luxurious interior and beautiful royal gardens. During your stay in this unforgettable city, have a walk along the Istiklal Street. This place is full of stores, cafes, and restaurants where you will enjoy local specialties such as Turkish coffee. You can also admire Hagia Sophia which was once the main state of Constantinople and was the most remarkable architectural achievement of the Byzantine Empire. If you want to enjoy a panoramic view of Istanbul you should visit the Galata Tower. It’s one of the highest points of IStanbul and from where you could admire its beauty.
Oludeniz is an incredible touristic spot for those who are chasing relaxing places in this part of the world. Lush forests are surrounding the entire place and on the coastline. You will find one of the most famous beaches in all of Turkey visit the famous deep Blue Lagoon which is the natural reserve. You just can’t miss the delicious seafood here and you can also take to the sky with paragliding and enjoy the beautiful views.
People who enjoy outdoor activities such as hiking, mountain, biking, or the likes should visit Aladaglar National Park to experience adventure. This park has everything you need for an unforgettable vacation. You will find all kinds of wildlife such as goats, bears, wolves, birds of prey but you have nothing to worry about. There are areas designated for human enjoyment without being exposed to dangerous situations. You can camp among extensive pine forests and explore the park accompanied by guide.
If you’re heading to Denizli province don’t forget to stop by the beautiful Pamukkale. UNESCO declared this incredible natural phenomenon part of the World Heritage site in 1988. This place looks like iced waterfalls but they are thermal springs that emerged to the surface by the constant technical movements of the mountain. You can walk from the base of the mountain and go up to the water wells, sit for a while, and enjoy the healing waters. Another exciting place to visit is Hierapolis antic city which was also declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. The ruins of the old theater of Hierapolis, the temples, and the graveyard will amaze you.
Izmir is one of the most beautiful cities in all of Turkey. Here you can find places like the famous Kemeralti local market combines the classic vendors with beautiful jewelry, handcrafts, clothes, and souvenirs that attract travelers who want to take a piece of Izmir. Hisar mosque is one of the largest mosque in Izmir. Take a walk through Konak Clock Square which reflects Ottoman culture.
Thousands of tourists every year visit Ephesus because it contains the ruins of various historical monuments of ancient times. You will find many sites of interest such as the Temple of Hadrian, the hillside houses, Hadrian’s Gate, Celsius Library and many others. Don’t forget to pass by the ancient theater which is considered as the largest arena in the world. The architecture mixes Greek and Roman arts .
Antalya with two million people has long been an important port. Throughout the city you can find remains of ancient structures dating back to the 7th century BC. If you want to swim and enjoy the sunlight, you can visit the beach club located in the port.
Mount Nemrut is another UNESCO World Heritage site. It is spiritually significant destination since there are giant statues representing ancient Armenian, Greek, and Persian gods and animal figures, such as lions and eagles. King Antioch designated as a burial mound a place of eternal rest for ancient kings. It has been remarkably well preserved overtime. Many visitors come to learn about the history and enjoy the beautiful sunsets.
You’re also welcome to capital city Ankara. Known as bureaucratic city of Turkey, Ankara stands as one of the most attractive city in central Anatolia. Check out the potential of Ankara with momondo’s Ankara Guide for travel inspirations.
Besides enjoying the incredible tourist attractions, don’t miss the opportunity to taste the local food of Turkey. Its citizens are friendly and people ready to welcome tourists.
In short, Turkey is a complete tourist destination which would meet all kinds of expectations from vocation. Whether it’s for an extended stay or just a short trip, we recommend you discover the potential of Turkey together!
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