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Ministry reaping yields of card system in tourist areas

Ministry reaping yields of card system in tourist areas

The Turkish Culture and Tourism Ministry’s move to revamp some of its card systems for Turkey’s most famous sites begins to pay dividends

Comment(s) 1/27/2015

Santa Claus Museum most popular among Antalya tourists

Santa Claus Museum most popular among Antalya tourists

The Santa Claus Museum in Antalya’s Demre is the most visited place by tourists, especially the French, in the whole region. It is followed by the ancient city of Myra

Comment(s) 1/2/2015

‘Gateway to Cappadocia’ on rise in tourism

‘Gateway to Cappadocia’ on rise in tourism

The Central Anatolian province of Aksaray has become so popular among tourists in recent years thanks to its Ihlara Valley, underground cities, caravanserais and the investments in accommodation

Comment(s) 1/27/2015

Christmas in the Netherlands

Christmas in the Netherlands

WILCO ON THE ROAD - A trip to the Netherlands for Christmas not only provides a chance to enjoy holiday cheer with friends and family, but also an opportunity to be together, forgive and share amid the winter weather

Comment(s) 12/31/2014

‘Turkey: Home’ campaign in tourism

‘Turkey: Home’ campaign in tourism

A press conferences was held Jan. 23 to provide information about the progress of the “Turkey: Home” campaign, which was launched by the Culture and Tourism Ministry for Turkey’s promotion abroad.

Comment(s) 1/25/2015

Spinach harvest in Torbalı

Spinach harvest in Torbalı

Torbalı, one of Turkey’s spinach capitals, produces spinach that even ‘Popeye the Sailorman’ would approve, especially the spinach produced in the aptly named town Sağlık, Turkish for ‘health’

Comment(s) 12/24/2014

Visitors flock to Ballıca cave

Visitors flock to Ballıca cave

Tokat’s Ballıca Cave, described as a wonder of nature, is a popular place among patients of asthma thanks to its oxygen level and healing atmosphere

Comment(s) 1/22/2015

Forgotten treasure of rare cars in French village

Forgotten treasure of rare cars in French village

In a small village in western France, in makeshift shelters bared to the elements, a treasure trove of extremely rare cars has been discovered after lying forgotten for almost 50 years.

Comment(s) 12/18/2014

Expecting the unexpected in Cumalıkızık

Expecting the unexpected in Cumalıkızık

Cumalıkızık is best known as a weekend getaway destination in Bursa, famous for its market featuring all manners of regional specialties that have turned into a favorite for photographers.

Comment(s) 1/21/2015

Perusing Stockholm on the eve of Christmas

Perusing Stockholm on the eve of Christmas

From herring to reindeer meat to ‘glögg,’ a trip to Stockholm just before Christmas offers the palate something different from the usual Turkish fare

Comment(s) 12/17/2014

Ice to warm the heart in Amsterdam

Ice to warm the heart in Amsterdam

The winters might be cold in the Netherlands, but a frozen canal or river perfect for ice-skating provides mountains of joy enough to warm up any Dutch person

Comment(s) 1/14/2015

Pamukkale most visited site this year

Pamukkale most visited site this year

Denizli’s ancient Pamukkale-Hierapolis site was the most visited place in Turkey in 2014, followed by the ancient city of Ephesus and the Göreme Open Air Museum, according to TÜRSAB President Başaran Ulusoy

Comment(s) 12/16/2014

Homage to a special man: Marc Groot

Homage to a special man: Marc Groot

The irrepressible reality of death, no matter what the age, should ensure that everyone makes arrangements for the day when the end comes – particularly foreigners living in Turkey

Comment(s) 1/7/2015

Che's son offers 'Motorcycle Diaries' Cuba tour

Che's son offers 'Motorcycle Diaries' Cuba tour

The youngest son of Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara has opened an agency offering two-wheel tours of the Caribbean island nation on Harley-Davidsons, in a nod to his father's passion for motorcycles

Comment(s) 12/11/2014

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