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The Zeyve Bazaar Promenade is in an area connecting the district of Ermenek with Mersin’s Anamur and Gülnar districts. It is a protected area and considered a wonder of nature amid the Taurus Mountains
Problems with stringent heritage laws notwithstanding, Ayvalık is an enchanting place of old Rum houses that even pack one entrepreneurial surprise – one of the most unique women’s cooperatives in the country
Local officials are working hard to attract tourists to Turkey’s hidden bay, Gideros, in Kastamonu’s Cide coast, an area that was inhabited 3,500 years ago by Amazons
Visuals and photos of Cappadocia have not been used in public service ads by the Culture and Tourism Ministry, which aims to promote the use of Museum Cards, with tourism officials in Cappadocia voicing their discontent at the decision.
Marble quarried from the island of Marmara is a ubiquitous site in Turkey, gracing all manners of buildings and monuments. Despite being such a small island, Marmara produces some of the best marble in the world
With Turkey’s longest coastline, Muğla hosts millions of tourists every year, and changes to the area’s tourism outlook are heralded with Muğla recently gaining the status of a metropolitan city
A red-and-white sea of revellers soaked each other with wine in a packed Pamplona square on Sunday to kick off Spain's most famous fiesta, the San Fermin bull-running festival.
Cumbersome regulations regarding alterations to edifices declared as historical buildings means that huge swathes of desirable towns like Ayvalık are all up for sale. Such places could become ghost towns
Business Insider magazine places Istanbul’s Bosphorus in its list of ‘the 50 places in Europe you need to visit in your lifetime'
Turkey’s first 'interactive' nature museum is set to be opened in Termessos, with plants and animals unique to the region introducing to visitors in their own 'technologically-enhanced' environment
In the Sea of Marmara lies the Island of Marmara, unfettered and nearly forgotten, it remains an authentic safe haven away from tourists, touristic things; yet full of a tourist’s dreams
Back in the day, airports were something else. They were cozier, friendlier and easier to navigate, but in today’s Turkey, they just keep getting bigger and more difficult
Airports, the nerve-wrecking pre-vacation turmoil in the terminals, are reminiscent of anthills in this crazy post-modern world in which we live
Turkey’s underwater richness cannot be protected because these areas are forbidden zones. But they are plundered during illegal diving activities, say officials
Turkey and India share some common wedding traditions. No wonder some families in India started to choose Turkey for their wedding ceremonies
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