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İzmir’s village of Alaçatı used to be a sleepy old Greek village but has been transformed thanks to tasteful hotels, as well as the adventure tourists who come for the area’s famous winds
Tarsus district of Turkey aims to develop a new policy for tourism with its old mansions and touristic areas
These days there may be more mummies than tourists in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Tourist numbers that visited Turkey have increased during the first half of 2013
Back after a hiatus of 1,800 years, a Roman-era spring is again attracting visitors
At the Kurşunlu spring water facilities the water is 95 degrees and there are 2,172 milligrams of minerals in each liter, which makes the facility unique, as normally a liter of water at 28 degrees only has 300 milligrams of minerals.
A new project has been initiated to bring tourism to Bozcaada Island in the northern Aegean Sea to an international level
One of the crafts of Turkey, felt-making, has been disappearing
Not so long ago, “afyon,” or opium, was free to cultivate but it was in 1974 that, under pressure from the US, Turkey started restricting the cultivation
Following the success of the Mediterranean Games, Mersin is eyeing new developments in tourism
Huge crowds of thrill-seekers got a scare Sunday as they fled half-tonne, sharp-horned fighting bulls charging through Pamplona in the opening run of Spain's San Fermin festival, which resulted in four light injuries.
Locals in Çanakkale’s Tevfikiye village produce wooden models of the famous Trojan horse and sell them to earn a living
Officials say the western province of Marmaris is expected to have a very lively July, expecting to welcome a total of 20,000 tourists arriving in cruise ships.
The Mevlana Museum of Konya attracted 900,000 visitors during the first half of 2013
Devrek’s famous walking sticks that symbolize life, regeneration and the continuation of generations reveal the craftsmanship of the artisans
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