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Environmentally-friendly cable car projects in Turkey’s Eastern Black Sea region will offer visitors easy transportation to important spots such as the historic Sümela Monastery in Trabzon
Our jury of experts have picked the 10 best activities in Turkey that you can do by spending as little as $7.50.
Daily Hürriyet’s jury of experts picked out the most beautiful gardens in Turkey with different designs, events and unique plant species from around the world for you.
Izmir’s women bring grace and style to everything they do, including public demonstrations
Turkey has a lot of different panoramas to offer. Let us walk you through misty valleys, fairy chimneys, breathtaking waterfalls, sand dunes and 'starry' lakes with our guide that lists top 50 trekking routes in Turkey
If you are one of those people who spent their summer working and waiting for autumn for vacation, this news is for you! Here are some destinations that are transformed into unique getaways that are adorned with golden leaves…
In the 19th century, the Ottoman Empire launched extensive modernization projects to transform Istanbul into a European metropolis. Many projects were left on paper, but what if the sultans’ dreams had come true?
Few other nations can match our zeal, our altruism and our inconsistency when it comes to giving advice, particularly on marriage, sex and children. Erospolis offers you a selection from the president down.
Turkey’s major cities are often described as convivial, energetic -- and chaotic. With a population nearing 80 million, with more than 70 percent living in cities, it is a challenge to escape from the burdens of everyday life – but it is possible. Here is a guide to Turkey’s ten beautiful towns that are members of the Cittaslow (or the Slow City) movement.
A documentary has revealed that the tourist-drawing Cennet and Cehennem (meaning heaven and hell in English) Caves in the southern province of Mersin’s Silifke district have unofficially become garbage dumps.
After the beaches of the Aegean, Erospolis goes back to take an end-of-season look at İzmir’s summer bachelors and their wives who would rather bake in the sun than bake a börek
The Hagia Sophia Museum and the Topkapı Palace in Istanbul’s historic peninsula were visited by 3.5 million people each in 2014, according to data released by the Culture and Tourism Ministry.
The protected archive of famous researcher, biographer and historian Taha Toros is now accessible online at ŞEHİR library archives, as his old photos have been digitalized as part of the “Istanbul Memory in Personal Archives” project. Click through to see 12 pictures from old Istanbul.
Erospolis interviews a mysterious stranger who talks about the ‘operating model’ for successful raids and the makings of a true vandal
A survey has revealed that the United States is the top of the list for preferred holiday destinations of Turks
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