Travelling in Turkey is to discover a land rich in history, a great gastronomic tradition, a variety of natural landscapes, Istanbul one of the largest cities in the world and a sincere welcome.
Millennia ago the Hittite civilization rose stone walls of Hattusa, in the plains of Anatolya, the Romans rode through the streets of ancient Ephesus, the Dervishes whirled in their dances and mysterious Lycians left their testimonies along the coasts of the Mediterranean, while St. Paul was traveling through the country.
Turkey has hosted a large number of civilizations and turkish people today are extrovert, and have more in common with European people rather than with their eastern neighbors. They are rightly proud of their cultural and historical heritage. The biggest surprise for those who visit Turkey is the absolute diversity of landscape, from the white beaches of the Aegean coast to the mountain ranges to the east.
Being fascinated by the beauty of the Bosphorus, or by the chaotic and fun atmosphere of the bazaars of Istanbul, or the rolling hills of the magical landscape of Cappadocia, and enjoying the beaches of the south west coast will mark positively your memory of travelers.
In addition, a day in a Hammam, advancing east to Nemrut Dagi, walking the alleys of Safranbolu and bathing in pools of Pamukkale terrace will be unforgettable. The gulet cruise is for many people the highlight of the trip in this country. Following the routes of the turquoise Coast between secluded beaches and dazzling sunsets will be a luxury that you can easily afford.