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Ancient Side beckons on Turkey’s Mediterranean

Ancient Side beckons on Turkey’s Mediterranean

Side, an ancient site that has hosted different civilizations, boasts everything you could hope to find on a vacation, from natural sites to ruins

Comment(s) 10/20/2014

Lake Bafa, haven for animal and plant observers

Lake Bafa, haven for animal and plant observers

The Lake Bafa Natural Park draws nature enthusiasts with its observation terraces that have been built for visitors to observe the species of birds and plants that find shelter in the region

Comment(s) 9/19/2014

Pamukkale most visted among Turkey's ancient sites

Pamukkale most visted among Turkey's ancient sites

With its unique beauty and iconic white travertine stones, Pamukkale is the most visited among the ancient sites Turkey has to offer

Comment(s) 10/17/2014

Marriage the Kyrgyz way next to Lake Van

Marriage the Kyrgyz way next to Lake Van

Traditional Kyrgyz weddings in Van’s Ulupamir village include elaborate preparation rituals, negotiations and ceremonies – along with more than enough sheep and flour to go around

Comment(s) 9/17/2014

A highway restaurant like an oasis

A highway restaurant like an oasis

When you’re on the road, finding a nice, comfortable place to eat can be challenging. However, the solution to your problems when en route between Istanbul and İzmir is ‘Ceren’

Comment(s) 10/15/2014

4 a.m. fishing with the Bohemian philosopher of the Bosphorus

4 a.m. fishing with the Bohemian philosopher of the Bosphorus

'When the last fish dies, we’ll learn that money is not edible. I wish we could have understood that we eat fish, not money. Maybe then we would know the value of the sea.'

Comment(s) 9/15/2014

The great attraction of Cappadocia's frescoes

The great attraction of Cappadocia's frescoes

The wall paintings in the churches of Göreme, one of the most important tourist attractions in Turkey, dazzle visitors

Comment(s) 10/10/2014

Bodrum in 48 hours

Bodrum in 48 hours

Here's a travel guide to discover Turkey’s St. Tropez, aka Bodrum, the southwestern Turkish resort which was once known as Halicarnassus

Comment(s) 9/11/2014

The hans and hamams of Gaziantep

The hans and hamams of Gaziantep

WILCO ON THE ROAD - It’s easy to pass the time in a place like Gaziantep, a place where there’s an abundance of history, food, copper work and hamams

Comment(s) 10/8/2014

A feast of salty tea and lungs fit for newlyweds

A feast of salty tea and lungs fit for newlyweds

WILCO ON THE ROAD - It’s not Central Asia, but there is a taste of the Tian Shan Mountains in the eastern province of Van, which is home to a village of transplanted Kyrgyz, Ulupınar. Like everyone else in Turkey, the residents of Ulupınar love a wedding, albeit with their own culinary traditions

Comment(s) 9/10/2014

An open letter to the mayor of Gaziantep

An open letter to the mayor of Gaziantep

Known for its famed cuisine, Gaziantep has much to offer in culture and tourism. But it has too few authentic restaurants serving its traditional cooking, writes Wilco Van Herpen

Comment(s) 10/1/2014

Tastes of Istanbul in 24 hours

Tastes of Istanbul in 24 hours

Twenty-four hours are not enough for Istanbul – that would only be a casual journey. That’s why I was cautious while preparing this route. Let’s see if you like it

Comment(s) 9/9/2014

A taste of Provence in Turkey

A taste of Provence in Turkey

After many years of asking ‘Why doesn’t Turkey just follow suit with La Provence’ in sharing the labor of wine making, Vinocasa steps forward and does just that

Comment(s) 9/24/2014

VIP tour to Agiasos

VIP tour to Agiasos

WILCO ON THE ROAD - Agiasos, though a small village, has plenty of surprises in store to offer. Some places are famous for just one thing, but Agiasos has a multitude of gifts to bequeath

Comment(s) 9/3/2014

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