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'City of prophets' drawing faith tourists

'City of prophets' drawing faith tourists

Şanlıurfa is believed to be the first place where Islam entered Anatolia. Known as the city of prophets, the city is very important for the world of Islam, as well as Christianity

Comment(s) 11/20/2014

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

Mersin’s citrus festival like a carnival

Mersin’s citrus festival like a carnival

As of five years ago, every year Mersin provides an entertaining festival, the ‘Citrus Festival’ which brings different people from all over the world together in a celebration loaded with fruit

Comment(s) 11/19/2014

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

Santa Claus visitors exceed half million

Santa Claus visitors exceed half million

The Santa Claus Museum in the southern province of Antalya’s Demre district was visited by more than half a million people in the first 10 months of the year

Comment(s) 11/13/2014

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

A town in the shadow of the mountains: Taraklı

A town in the shadow of the mountains: Taraklı

For a Safranbolu-style experience even closer to Istanbul, look no further than Taraklı, with old Ottoman houses to spare and a lively outdoor market offering all sorts of goodies to please the palate

Comment(s) 11/12/2014

A relaxing Sunday at The Ritz Carlton

The Ritz-Carlton, Istanbul offers fresh autumnal Sunday relaxation with friends or family on an indulgent outdoor terrace with one of the most iconic views on earth, that of the Bosphorus.

Comment(s) 10/27/2014

Service with a smile in charming Göynük

Service with a smile in charming Göynük

Devoid of third-floor food courts, recycled mall air or aggressive touts, the shopping experience in Göynük is a wonderful and pleasant experience with some of the best food available, set in the green valleys of northwestern Turkey

Comment(s) 11/5/2014

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

Pollution destroying Turkey's Lake Çubuk

Pollution destroying Turkey's Lake Çubuk

Littering is a major problem that needs to be paid attention to in Turkey. From rivers to highways, lines of litter and trash are polluting natural beauty

Comment(s) 10/29/2014

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

Strolling the beaches of Kilyos in fall

Strolling the beaches of Kilyos in fall

The migration away from the beach marks the transition from summer to fall in places like Kilyos on Istanbul’s northern coast. But while swimming is no longer a possibility, the coast in autumn offers its own delights

Comment(s) 10/22/2014

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

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