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The ultimate travel guide to visit Turkey

Planning your next holiday trip to Turkey? Here we’ve got the ultimate travel guide to its cultural sites, beautiful beaches, cruise destinations, eating outs and shopping paradises – precisely all the top places that you must visit in Turkey. When you want to spend some quality time in complete solitude – away from the shore of the city, the continuously buzzing social media and traffic – Turkey is the best place for a family vacation. Sometimes we can’t decide on a perfect holiday destination. When we plan for a perfect beach holiday, our heart craves an adventurous hike. Turkey is a rare gem where you will get almost everything.


Patara: A perfect beach destination: A must visited places in Turkey – this longest beach in Turkey will make you amazed by its picturesque landscapes. Hire a comfortable sunbed and lie down throughout the day and feel the tranquility in your mind. Spending some quality time with your family in the cozy beach cafes to treat your tongue with the native cuisine. For the nature lovers, Patara is also a perfect destination. As a lucky tourist, you can experience the enchanting sunset and moonrise from the top of a ridge at the same time.


Mardin: The capital of Mardin province, this oldest settlement of the place is perching on a ridge of a hill and is looking at the Mesopotamian plains. If you want to experience the cultural diversity of the old city with its beautiful cascading down sandstone buildings – Mardin will fulfill your dream perfectly. You can easily take a tour of this old city by walking. Don’t miss “Deyru’z-Zafaran Monastery – one of the oldest monasteries of our planet. If you love history, this “Sultan Isa Medresesi” must be included to your itineraries.  This monument was once served as an astronomical observatory during the medieval times.

Konya: Konya is one of the oldest cities in our world and the city is most popular for the amazing Whirling Dervishes and Seljuk architecture. This large city is located in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. During the 12-13th centuries, Konya was the capital city of the Seljuk Dynasty. Architectures from that era will make you spellbound. The ruins of the Seljuk palace, the Alaeddin Mosque – are two best-known places among the tourists. Konya is also the home for Sufi Mystic, Rumi. His mausoleum is one of the must-see places in Konya. Whirling Dervishes or Mevlevi Order was founded by the followers of Rumi to celebrate their religious ceremony when they used to spin around on their left foot in full white, billowing gowns.



Antalya: Want to experience the amazing Turkish Riviera along the Mediterranean coastline? Antalya – a vibrant city, full of beautiful hotels, resorts, restaurants and bars – is the perfect holiday destination to spend some time on the seashore. Spectacular beaches, gorgeous sceneries and lush green mountains with ancient ruins are here to fulfill your travel thirst. Do anything you want. It can be swimming, sailing, climbing mountains, family fun activities and sightseeing etc. Take a tour around Kaleici to experience the ancient times of the city. All the Roman gates, old city walls, historic architectures, the maze-like streets and the clock tower will simply leave you spellbound.

Princes’ Island: Want to spend some days in complete solitude? This is the perfect destination. It is considered among the must-see tourist attractions in Istanbul, Turkey. Bicycles and horse-drawn carriages are the vehicle options instead of motorized ones.

Pack your bag and head to Turkey. But wait!! Where to keep your valuable belongings during your absence? You can keep them with your close friend’s house. But if you don’t want to bother someone else, consider the public storage units like the storage units Groveport to keep your valuables safely and securely during your absence. 

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