Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Turkey ia a charming melange of ancient traditions, outstanding hospitality, grand infrastructural projects and modern design.
Whether clubbing in Cesme, visiting Ankara’s newest galleries or sunbathing in Antalya.
So, here are Travel Junkie Indonesia favourite Turkish cities and provinces to visit and explore.
Turkey’s cultural and business centre.
Perfect for a beach holiday in the Aegean.
Marmaris and Oludeniz
Go for a swim in Marmaris or check out the Butterfly Valley in Oludeniz.
Izmir and Cesme
Seaside towns with the best clubs in the region.
The capital is home to the Anitkabir mausoleum and the parliament.
Take an unforgettable hot air balloon tour or visit the centuries-old cave churches.
Also known as the Turkish Riviera, the province has exclusive hotels and great seafood.
Adana is famous for succulent kebabs, beautiful carpets and the largest mosque in Turkey.
This bay town offers one-of-a-kind holiday retreats, scuba diving lessons and boat trips.
With 14 professional golf courses Belek has become a global favorite for golf junkies.
Elazig makes some of Turkey’s top wines.
This Black Sea town has the best ski slopes in the country.
If the Med is famous for its citrus groves, Amasya is renowned for its apples.
Far northeast on the Black Sea coast, Rize continues the country’s tea harvest traditions.
The place for Turkish handmade porcelain.
Find guilty pleasures: baklava and pistachios.
Famous for its whirling dervishes: sufi dancers.
Close to Bulgaria and Greece, and where the oil-wrestling tournament Kirkpinar happens.
Urfa, Adiyaman & Van
Centres of medieval culture in Eastern Anatolia.
Well, Turkey UNLIMITED!!!
So, What destinations would you add to the list? Share your picks in the comments!
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