Best Turkey Tourism Places

Turkey is one of most popular destination for holiday among Indian tourist. Official the Republic of Turkey, is a transcontinental country located mainly on the Anatolian peninsula in Western Asia, with a smaller portion on the Balkan Peninsula in southeast Europe. Turkey is bounded on the north by the Black Sea, on the northeast by Georgia and Armenia, on the east by Azerbaijan and Iran, on the southeast by Iraq and Syria, on the southwest and west by the Mediterranean Sea and the Aegean Sea, and on the northwest by Greece and Bulgaria. Tourism in Turkey offers variety of sightseeing and entertainment options, which attract tourists from worldwide. Turkey is best place to plan your family holidays, Mice as well as for honeymooners. Wide range of turkey tour packages is planned by TripsWheel including top tourist places in Turkey. We complete focus on quality services and offer good and comfortable hotels near to main Turkey Tourist Places. We are offering multiple tour package from the range of 5Days Turkey Package / 6Days Turkey Package till 11 Days Turkey Holiday Package.

Turkey


There is a lot more to Turkey than meets the eye - between the beaches and bustling markets lies a wealth of interesting history filled with religious and literary figures, civil war and a multitude of languages. Its most visited city is Istanbul with major international airport. Istanbul A city divided in two by the mighty Bosporus River, Instanbul's west bank lies on the European continent while the east bank is in Asia. You can walk between the two across the Galata Bridge. Only 3% of Turkey is in Europe, the vast majority of the country is on the Asian continent. Best tourist places in Turkey are Istanbul, Kusadasi, Ephesus, Turkish Village Sirince, Pamukkale, Antalya, Konya and Cappadocia Etc.

Istanbul City


Istanbul is one of the most visited and important places in the world, a central hub connecting Asia and Europe, blending the past and the future, bringing together cultures and people from all over the world.
Kusadasi is one of the Turkish Mediterranean's most popular cruise ship ports, and this harbor town is all about sun, sea, and fun holidays. Known for its bargain shopping and lively entertainment scene, it has become, over the past few decades, a favorite destination for visitors from worldwide. Istanbul include Bosphorus cruises. These boat rides typically include visits or views of Dolmabahce Palace, Anadolu Kavagi, Rumeli Fortress, Topkapi Palace, and more.

Ephesus

The ancient city of Ephesus is a major Turkey tourist attraction and high on every traveler's things to do list. Its dazzling marble-columned temples and colonnaded streets are every history buff's dream, and there's plenty more to do in the vicinity once you've finished rambling through the ruins. It has an outstanding universal value of the world for all time, and its history dates back to 6000 BC.

Sirince Village

Sirince Village known throughout Turkey for wine tasting and production, it's mountainside location is perfect for seeing natural Turkey and all through the village are shops where you can put your wine tasting skills to the test.

Pamukkale -UNESCO

Pamukkale is a UNESCO world heritage site for its snow-white terraces with crystal blue water and is a very popular tourist destination. The Pamukkale travertine terraces once visited will definitely blow your mind. This mesmerizing place is located in the South Central Aegean Region of Turkey. Unesco-stamped Pamukkale in Turkey is known for its mineral-rich at Hierapolis you can bathe in hot mineral waters.

Antalya City

Antalya is the fastest-growing city in Turkey, and tourists from around the world are discovering its fabulous mix of great beaches and traditional Turkish culture. Kids will love the Beach Park, which features Aqua Land (a waterslide-fanatic's dream) and Dolphin Land (home to dolphins, sea lions and white whales). Antalya also offers plenty of things to do for everyone. If you want to dose up on sightseeing, you'll find a fascinating line-up of tourist attractions to keep you busy. The labyrinthine old town is full of atmospheric historic sites, while the city is perfectly placed to act as your base for sightseeing around the outlying area, where dozens of grand ruins await.

Mevlana Museum


Konya he important religious pilgrimage site. It has a town center crammed with museums and monuments of Seljuk splendor. Most tourists make a sightseeing stop here simply to see the Mevlana Museum and the tomb of the whirling dervish founder Mevlana Rumi, who wrote his famed poetry here in the 13th century.

Cappadocia - Hot Air Ballooning 


Cappadocia, one of Turkey's most attractive tourist destinations. Cappadocia is the name given to that triangle of land that lies between Nevsehir, Nigde, and Aksaray. The area is a popular tourist destination in Turkey, as it has many areas with unique geological, historic, and cultural features. Cappadocia is the land of fairy tales, mysterious and enchanting. Get on a hot air balloon to see the magical view of the city's famous rock formations called 'Fairy Chimneys.' Spend a night in an elegantly renovated cave house, explore the ancient underground cities where thousands of people lived, take a sunrise balloon ride over the fairy chimneys. Prepare to be enchanted by the marvelous blend of cultural history and natural wonder. Cappadocia is the world's most famous rock star destination.

Religion:- About 99.8 percent of the population is Muslim (mostly Sunni), and 0.2 percent are Christians and Jews.

Currency:- The currency of Turkey is Turkish Lira. 

Travel and Transport:- Turkey is a big country where tourism is thriving and transport is not a hassle. However, most of the locals prefer to travel by air-conditioned intercity coaches, which are fast, comfortable and inexpensive. Coach travel between Istanbul and Ankara in an overnight sleeper service is a good option.There is local bus service and dolmu (shared taxi system) as options to commute within various towns and between local villages. The fare is set for dolmu and depends on how far you are travelling to Dolmu is an inexpensive way to get around.

Climate in Turkey:- The climate in Turkey varies considerably from region to region, temperate climate in the Black Sea Region, Mediterranean weather in Aegean and the southern coast, continental and arid weather in central plateau, and rough mountain cliamte in eastern Turkey. Just because of the variations in climate, the fauna and flora of Turkey is one of the richest in Europe and Middle East.Spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October) are the best seasons to visit Turkey, since the weather is perfect for sightseeing during these times.

FOOD & DRINK in Turkey:- One of the best cuisines of the world, Turkish cuisine has a variety of recipes to offer, all made with natural ingredients and flavours and possess taste that appeal to all palates. Tarama salad, brek (pastries), cack (tzatziki), and dolma (vine leaves or peppers stuffed with rice) are some of types of mezes (appetizers served in Mediterranean) found in most of the restaurants here. The main course usually includes fish or meat. Turks prefer bread with their meals and main course is served with rice. Salads made of cucumber, tomato, onion and parsley, dressed with lemon juice and olive oil, is offered as a side dish. The most popular meat is Lamb Meat which is prepared in various types. Seafood and fish restaurants are found widely in Istanbul. 

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