35 – Places to visit in İzmir

It is home to world-famous tourism centers and villages intact. There is a lot to be done in Izmir, of course. There are many places where you can visit the center from the natural places to visit, or visit the historical places and travel. Do not forget to spend time not only in the center, but also in the districts and districts. From Urla to Karşıyaka, from Selçuk to Alaçatı, Seferihisar, Bornova …

If you say what to eat in Izmir, let’s give spoilers immediately; Do not come back without eating boyoz!

I have compiled only twenty of this content. I would be glad if you share the places to visit and things to do in the comments.

Clock Tower

Allianoi Ancient City

Nebiler Waterfall

Bozdağ Ski Center

Gökcük Plateau

Çeşme Hot Springs

34 – Places to visit in İstanbul

Istanbul, which has 39 districts in total , is divided into two parts as European and Anatolian sides . It is possible to come across the historical smelling buildings of Istanbul on both sides.

Historical buildings and natural beauties during the day, and the Bosphorus in the evening you can watch the views of Istanbul with your lover, spouse, children, friends or family can visit without saying summer or winter.

For your day trips, you can get information about the places you want to go from our list of places to visit in Istanbul .

You can find the most popular places to visit in our list of places to visit in Istanbul, which consists of natural beauties and historical buildings .

Eminönü : Eminönü, located in the western part of the Golden Horn,became a district by joining Fatih district on March 7, 2008, when it was originally a district of Istanbul.

Galata Bridge : The Galata Bridge, built on the Golden Horn and connects Eminönü and Karaköy to one, has a long history. Formerly known as the New Bridge Galata Bridge , the new name , I. Abdulmecit’s mother Valide Sultan was built in 1845 by wood.

Restoration work in the 19th century is heavily damaged by an unknown fire. After the fire is completely renewed and opened in June 1992 to replace the historic bridge.

Nowadays it has become a cut out for those who want to fish or eat. More than 30 fish restaurants are located at the bottom of the bridge and you can dine in the light of the city.

Galata Tower : which became the symbol of the city , was first built by the Byzantine Emperor Anastasius Oilosuz . Construction of the 528 years of the current shape of the wooden structure was completed in 1967 in II. Mahmut was given in time.

Galata Tower , which is 70 meters high , is used today as a breakfast place and as a terrace to view the city.

Maiden’s Tower : The Maiden’s Tower , which has become another symbol of Istanbul, is said to have a history dating back 2500 years . This structure, which has various legends, is claimed to have been built by the Greeks in the 5th century .

Maiden’s Tower; It has been used for a variety of purposes, including collecting taxes from quarantine hospitals , radio stations , lighthouses and commercial ships .

Nowadays, offering a 360-degree view of the Bosphorus to its guests, the Maiden’s Tower is now used as a museum and elegant restaurant and the crossing is provided by small boats on the coast.

Istanbul Bosphorus Bridges : It is also known as inc the pearl of the Bosphorus ile with its elegant architecture that provides highway transportation between Asia and Europe continents . Although there is no trip to the Bosphorus bridges, it is definitely a place to be seen. In the rest of the article, I will touch upon many points that see the strait.

Rumeli Fortress : isbuiltby Fatih Sultan Mehmet just across the Anatolian Hisar in just 4 months just before the conquest of Istanbul.

Rumeli Fortress, which was built to prevent attacks from the north of the Bosphorus, has an area of 60.000 m2 and it is known that there are 300 masters and nearly 800 workers in the construction .

Yedikule Fortress : It is one of the oldest open-air museums in Istanbul. However, it has been renovated by the Ministry of Tourism for 3-4 years and is still closed to visitors.

The Yedikule Fortress, also known as the Yedikule Dungeons, became a historic venue for concerts, events and various events. We hope to share the information that was recently opened here.

Anatolian Fortress : which was built in the narrowest part of the Bosphorus, was built before the Rumeli Fortress and dates back to the 1300s.

It was built by Yıldırım Beyazıt in 1395 where Göksu Creek was poured into the strait .

Covering an area of 7000 m2 , the purpose of the construction of this magnificent work was to prevent the Byzantine aid from the Black Sea road after the conquest of Istanbul.

Yoros Castle: one of the most important historical buildings in the vicinity of Beykoz , was built on a hill overlooking the Bosphorus and the Black Sea.

Yoros Castle, also called Genoese Castle , is the only Byzantine castle built in Istanbul in the 14th century.

Reminds you that you have a tremendous view of the surrounding businesses can establish a beautiful environment with your friends

Hz. Yuşa Hill & TombThe Joshua hill has been accepted as the holy land since the first settlement of Istanbulandit is said that the temple of Zeus had been used beforeandthis temple was converted into a church during the Byzantine period .

Length is known to be very long Hz. Joshua ‘s tomb is located here. The length of his grave is 17 meters . The reason for this is not the length of the body, but the unknown where the grave lies.

The tomb has been respected by all the nations that ruled the country to this day. It is still one of the most visited shrines in Istanbul

Pierre Loti Hill : in love with the name of Turkey 1850 – 1923 the year our country lived French poet Pierre Loti ‘is also to take over.

He lived here on time, embraced and loved it. It is known to be a coffeehouse. When he died, his lovers named him here.

Today it is run by businesses that provide food and beverage services to people. You can take your pancakes against the view of the estuary and sip your tea.

Atatürk Arboretum: means the collection of trees collected for scientific research and observation. This collection started in 1940 and has been extended to the present day. Atatürk Arboretum was established on an area of 296 hectares in Belgrade Forest .

As it is among the peaceful gardens of Istanbul, it is preferred for weekend getaways today. Like everywhere, the Arboretum is quite crowded at weekends

Emirgan grove:  which has a land of 472.000 m2, is known as the . Kyparates IV IV. Tahmasb , son of Emirgune , whom Murat brought with him on his return from Iran , comes from Kulu Khan .

The Emirgan Grove, which contains more than 120 plant and tree species , can participate in tulip festivals in April and have breakfast in one of the 3 kiosks offered at IBB social facilities .

Fatih grove : is famous for its magnificent Bosphorus view andit is also known as Otağtepe Park among the people. Fatih Sultan Mehmet , who is trying to conquer Istanbul, isknown to have set up a tent in this area with the army before the war.

This area has recently been donated to the TEMA Vehbi Koç Foundation , taken care of and greened. Today it is home to 16 thousand 500 plants.

Belgrad Forest : which is the largest forest in Istanbul , takes its name from the village of Belgrade .

The Belgrade Forest , which has been supervised by the Istanbul Forestry Directorate since 1956, has 10 recreation areas where you can spend a pleasant and peaceful day in Istanbul with its  living spaces, hiking trails,  sports fields ,  cafes  and  restaurants  and  children’s playgrounds  .

Gülhane Park , which has an area of approximately 100 thousand m2 , becomes the most colorful in Lale festivals. Also in 1926, the Australian Kripel by Atatürk’s first statue erected in Turkey are taking place here.

33 – Places to visit in Mersin

Mersin, a port city,has many unique and famous things, especially Tantuni . I think if you fall to Mersin, don’t go back without eating Tantuni.

It is one of the most beautiful places in our city which is also active in terms of tourism. Recently, the number of people who want to spend their holidays in myrtle is increasing. If you have such a plan, take a look at the list we have prepared for you.

Köşekbükü Cave : Köşekbükü Cave is located in Anamur, Mersin. Köşekbükü Cave, which is within the borders of Ovabaşı Village, is both a touristic sightseeing area and the number of visitors is increasing day by day in terms of health.

The cave is known to be good for asthma . You can easily visit this 20.000 year old cave by staying in one of the hotels near Kosekbuku Cave during your Mersin holiday.

Anamur Stream : You can enter the ice-cold water at the promenade of Dibek on the Dragon Stream, you can fish, you can eat trout in the restaurants there, even if you can not hold.

Mamure Castle : Mamure Castle in southern Turkey, a medieval castle dating back longshore Mersin’s Anamur district. Restaurant works have been started and it will serve its visitors in a short time.

Ilisu Waterfall : It has a high flow water and it is poured from 70 meters height and creates an amazing image. Ilısu Waterfall, located in the district of Gülnar in Mersin , also escapes from the sweltering heat of summer and brings those who enjoy it in cool weather.

There is one more thing that this landscape is immortalized by every visitor in the photo frames. Just hearing the sounds of the waters will suffice your soul to rest; but not content with it, you will find yourself curiously starting to explore the environment.

Yerköprü Waterfall : Located in Mut-Gülnar-Ermenek Triangle, Yerköprü Waterfall is a wonder of nature, 5 km from Mut-Ermenek route. After Going Up To The Waterfall.

Located in the depths of the Taurus Mountains and within the framework of the National Parks Law Natural Monument Covered in the Rare Beauty Waterfall, It almost resembles a hidden paradise.

Zeyne Mausoleum : The Zeyne Mausoleum, which is located in a large garden, is located in the town of Zeyne in the district of Mut in Mersin. If you are traveling to Mersin by private car, you can easily visit both the Tomb of Zeyne and the Mosque of Hazrat Mikdat and the Donuktaş Monument

Dagpazari Church : Dagpazari Church is visited by tourists coming to Mersin for vacation. If you wish, you can include this church in your holiday. The church attracts the attention of history lovers

Akçakıl Bay : If you are looking for simplicity instead of luxury, silence instead of a lively nightlife, you can plan a holiday to Akçakıl Bay.

Akçalık Bay, which is a relaxing area with its peace and calmness, is located in Mersin-Taşucu. This natural beauty within the borders of Silifke is only 12 kilometers away from the town center. Taşucu is located at a distance of 3 kilometers.

Olba Ancient City : Mersin with its historical ruins, natural beauties and historical ruins is one of the most preferred holiday and sightseeing areas. If you are considering a trip to Mersin, you should first create a list of Mersin’s attractions.

Your trip list; You can add Silifke Castle, Gözne Castle, Limonlu Stream, Anamur Stream, Mamure Castle, Mezgit Castle, Uzuncaburç Ruins and Ilısu Waterfall.

Anemurium Antique City : The British Colonel Francis Beaufor, known in the Mediterranean during the 19th century discoveries, the city in 1960 by the University of Toronto, Canada, Elisabeth Alfoldi Rosenbaum surveys were initiated.

Afterwards, Prof. from the University of British Colombia in Canada. The excavation and restoration work led by James Russel was terminated in 1998.

Uzuncaburc Ruins : Located in the beautiful city of Mersin in Turkey from each other. With its history, nature and flavors gösteren There are many places to visit during your Mersin trip that shows all the beautiful faces to its guests.

Mezgit Kale : Mezgit Castle, located in Türkmenuşağı Village of Mersin Silifke, is not a castle but a monumental tomb of a King known as Fearless King.

The Mezgit Castle, which you will add to your Silifke trip list, is known as the castle because it comes to the present day as a castle.

Lemon Tea : It comes from the combination of Aksifat and Eldilek streams. You can start an unforgettable journey by staying in one of the hotels or pensions around the Limonlu Stream hidden in Mersin-Erdemli.

There are facilities where you can eat and listen to nature in Limonlu Stream during your trip. The length of the tea reaches 130 kilometers. You can easily reach Limonlu Stream, which shows itself in a magnificent area in nature, from Uzuncaburç direction and from Kızılgeçit Village.

Yanisli Cave : Do not return to Mersin without resting in the cave before entering the water

The cave of the Seven Sleepers : Young people believe in one God, but the ruler of his time worships idols. After hearing the faith of the youth, the ruler calls the youth and tells them to give up their beliefs.

Young people do not accept this and do not give up their beliefs despite the ruler. Then the young people, who realize that the sovereign will harm them, decide to leave their society.

Kanlıdivane : One of the historical areas of Mersin, Kanlıdivane is an ancient city. An interesting ancient city, Kanlıdivane is a city of Olba kingdom.

During your holiday in Mersin-Erdemli you may choose to stay in one of the hotels or hostels near Kanlıdivane. This way you can easily visit this ancient city and have the opportunity to visit other natural and historical sites.

Kayacı Valley : Kayacı Valley has a tranquil atmosphere that rests its guests with its unique view bu This natural beauty in Erdemli district of Mersin reveals all the glory of Limonlu Stream and is also a part of the city’s rich geography.

Tarsus Waterfall : Tarsus Waterfall, located in Mersin-Tarsus, is a promenade place. Stay in one of the hotels or hostels near Tarsus Waterfall, an attractive place for complete relaxation and nature.

As you witness the beauties waiting to be discovered around you, you will feel that you are dominating the nature. In this promenade area, you can have a great time alone or with your loved ones.

Belenkeşlik Castle (Maiden’s Castle) : Mersin not only includes its natural beauties, but also its castles, mosques, churches and all other historical ruins.

If you have holiday plans in Mersin, we recommend you to visit Belenkeşlik Castle which is among the solid structures of the city. Belenkeşlik Castle is located in Soğucak Plateau, 20 kilometers from the city center. Cut stone blocks were used during the construction and have a rectangular architecture.

Hz. Mikdat Mosque : The only mosque that is famous for its 6 minarets is known as the Blue Mosque most of the time. But there are two more mosques with 6 minarets. One is in Adana and the other is in Mersin.

Heaven and Hell Caves : Heaven and Hell Caves or Heaven and Hell Potholes are very deep caves, which are formed by natural ways, attracting historical and touristic interest near Silifke – Narlıkuyu. It is called as Heaven’s Pit and Hell’s Pit.

32 – Places to visit in Isparta

Isparta each year comes between life satisfaction is highest in the first 10 provinces in Turkey. Even champion Isparta 2017’n according to Turkey’s Statistics Institute. There are a lot of criteria in the assessment, but we tweezed two of them as required by our interests: the abundance of natural habitats and proximity to holiday resorts. These two are the two great gospel that we will give to Isparta. 1. You will be full of nature, 2.  Antalya 2, 3 hours away from Fethiye can easily integrate into your holiday plans.

Pisidia Antik Kenti

Kuz Mağarası

Adada Antik Kenti

Karacaören Gölü

Yazılı Kanyon

Eğirdir Gölü

Kovada Gölü

Lavanta Vadisi

Uluborlu Kalesi

Davraz Kayak Merkezi

Antiocheia Antik Kenti

Aya Bayina Kilisesi

31 – Places to visit in Hatay

Hatay is an active city in terms of tourism and its most popular district is Antakya.

What makes the Antakya region attractive and has been open to migrations throughout its history, is the climatic conditions and fertile soils that make life easier, as well as the roads connecting Anatolia to Syria and Palestine via Çukurova . In addition, the most suitable ports that can be used to get out of Mesopotamia to the Mediterranean are in this region.

ADALI – Islander Mansion : The young French architect Jaques de La Boucherie builds a mansion for the noble Tortue family of Paris. Meanwhile, Marie Therese, the daughter of the family, falls in love with Charlotte at first sight and the love is answered. After the outbreak of the First World War, Boucherie came to Antakya with the rank of captain and the French armies. Antakya gives numerous architectural works. This mansion, which he built for the Adalı family after the death of his lover, is the same as the one he built for the Tortue family.

Palladium Shopping Center : If you need shopping, you can visit the Palladium Shopping Center in Antakya and see your needs.

Samandag Beach :The length of Samandag Beach reaches 16 kilometers. Not only the locals but also tourists who come to the city are preferred by the coast, but also very suitable for surfing. If you bring your stuff with you, you can surf as much as you want.

Bakras Castle is a Hellenistic castle located in Ötençay village of Belen district of Hatay. 27 km of Antakya-Iskenderun motorway. is located in.

Beşikli Cave : Located 100 meters from the sea side entrance of the Titus Tunnel, Beşikli Cave is one of the largest and most famous rock tombs. There are 12 graves in sections. The tombs are separated from each other by walls.

Titus Tunnel : This magnificent tunnel in Samandağ, BC. In 300, the port was built by drilling the mountain in case of flooding. Through this tunnel the direction of the flood, which is 7 meters in height and 6 meters in width, has been changed.

Harbiye Waterfalls : left quite an impression on those who saw Harbiye Falls Laurel is flowing out of the Koruluğu. It’s the most frequented place for tourists. In the facilities established in Harbiye, where the water flowing from the waterfall decreases, you can find cool and beautiful places where you can sit in the water.

Antakya Park : Located on the banks of the Asi River, the park is the largest park in the city. There are many plants, especially the Laurel Tree, the symbol of the city. The opening of the park II. Abdulhamid is estimated to coincide with the period. It is known that the French made significant contributions to the park.

Monastery of St. Simon : The monastery between Antakya and Samandağ was built in the 6th century AD. The ruins of the monastery are on a hill of 479 meters.

Batıayaz Plateau : The plateau located in Teknepınar in Samandağ district is among the places visited by those who want to come to the city and have long walks and picnic in nature.

Harbiye Waterfalls : Harbiye Waterfalls in the town of Defne are a must-see place when you go to Antakya. There are beautiful waterfalls in Harbiye

Aktepe Historical Turkmen Cemetery : The inscriptions and tombstones in a Turkmen cemetery dating back to the 13th century (1200 BC) are the oldest tombstones in Hatay, but the largest number of tombstones.

Saint Pierre Church : One of the first churches of Christianity. Pierre (St. Peter) Church In 1963 Pope VI. It was declared a place of pilgrimage by Paul. The ceremony is held here on 29 June each year. The first cave church in the world is considered to be the first church before Christianity was divided into sects as Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant.

30 – Places to visit in Hakkari

In the southeast corner of Turkey deep and long Zap Valley, board the southern slope of Hakkari, surrounded by four sides of the mountains of Anatolia, Mesopotamia and located in Iran triangle attracted the attention of many in the community to its geographical position and has been the homeland of many nations.

Lake Seyithan : Seyithan Lake in Berçelan Plateau is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hakkari.

Meydan Madrasa : Hakkari is located in the central harvesting neighborhood. It is still standing after the restoration in 1984 by the General Directorate of Foundations. It is understood that it was built on H.1112.M.1700-1701 on the inscription at the entrance gate of the madrasah.

Although it is not mentioned in the inscription, it may have been made by İbrahim Bey, the son of İzzet, who was the ruler of the Hakkari government.

Semdilli Stone Bridge : Hakkari is 12 km from Semdinli district center and 4 km from the River Village. away from the inscription of the Stone Bridge on the Semdinli Stream could not survive. However, it is learned from the local sources that it was built by Seyyit Mehmet Sıddık who built the Kelat Palace on the River. According to this, the bridge was probably built towards the end of the XIXth century.

Cilo Bozlar : Cilo-Sat Mountains, where 4 seasons live together and 3,500-year-old Glacier Mountain. There are ice caves.

Ore Falls , located on the border of Hakkari province , is worth a visit. Local people flock to this waterfall in summer. Cool air, cold water, greenery and people are fascinated with the view.

During the summer months, many people flock to the surrounding provinces and districts. You can come here and sit in the coolness of the waterfall and have a picnic.

Mergan Valley : This valley also calls for people with its cold water, cool air and greenery. In the spring season, the local people come to the Mergan plateau for animal husbandry. Here they spend spring, summer and autumn. Walking around here is quite enjoyable.

Fairy chimneys : The fairy chimneys in Yavuzlar village known as Hakkari Cappadocia, Hakkari cotton castle, Hakkari city center and the last antique finds.

Hakkari Ski Resort : He came from Hakkari province in Eastern Anatolia Region in a serious step towards being a tourism for 12 months . The Hakkari Governorate built the 2700-altitude Merga Butan Plateau and opened the Ski House, which offers people the opportunity to ski with their families in the winter .

Citizens from the first day of skiing with their families also enjoyed skiing. The Ski House, built at a cost of 1 million TL, was opened with an enthusiastic ceremony.

The Ski House Project, funded by the Hakkâri Tourism Restoration Project, presented to the Eastern Anatolia Development Agency (DAKA) in 2014 on the Merga Butan Plateau at an altitude of 2800, 12 kilometers from the city center of Hakkari, was opened in an entertaining way with halay.

29 – Places to visit in Gümüşhane

Bayburt is located to the east of Gumushane in the Eastern Black Sea Region, Giresun to the west , Trabzon to the north and Erzincan to the south . Zigana Mountains and the southern parts of Trabzon Mountains form the northern part of its mountainous and rugged terrain.

Gumushane is very rich in terms of places to visit and historical places. We sort it like this.

Satala (Sadak) Antique City : It is located within the boundaries of Kelkit Sadak Village. It is 28 km to the town center and 99 km to the city center. The ancient city, which is an archaeological site, can be reached after driving about 10 km at the intersection left on the main tour route of Erzincan.

Transportation It is 28 km to the town center and 99 km to the city center. After going about 10 km to the left junction on the main tour route of Erzincan, the Ancient City is reached.

Limni Lake : It is not possible to look at this beautiful view and not to admire it, don’t you think? You can link the reasons why every inch of our country is valuable.

Boyunyurt Plateau : As it is known, when the Black Sea Region is mentioned, everyone comes to mind immediately greenery and peace. You must go to pedestrians to see them. Boyunyurt Plateau in Gümüşhane is a unique place for greenery and tranquility. You can come here with your loved ones and have a great time. There are also various activities here during the summer months.

Santa Ruins : The settlement, which was founded by the Greeks in the 17th century, is known to have been used as a refuge for Greek gangs.

Today, the archaeological and natural site of Santa, Binatli, Tailor, Zurnacili, Pishtovlu, Ishanli, Chinganli, consists of seven neighborhoods, including more than three hundred houses. In the city, there are single-storey houses, each of which is built entirely of stone, there is at least one church in each neighborhood and a fountain in every street. Due to its natural location, the settlement is very rich with its historical and cultural assets.

Transportation 72 km from the city center. The main tour route in the direction of the central district Arzular Bolu Koslad Mountain by following the road to the village after passing the Stone Bridge Plateau, and then to Santa is reached.

Chromium Valley : Since it was located on an important transition zone since ancient times and being among the important centers of the period such as İmera and Horse mackerel, Chromium Valley has become a permanent attraction center. It is rumored that the Chromium Valley was home to thousands of people centuries ago due to its rich mineral resources.

Tohumoğlu Bridge : Gümüşhane bridges are the construction of the Ottoman Empire Period. In Gümüşhane, which is located on the historical Silk Road route, where there are plenty of streams and creek beds, we often come across bridges that connect the past to the present day.

Kov Castle : Castle, Central District Esenyurt (Kov) is within the village boundaries. 21 km from the city center on the Gümüşhane – Erzincan State Highway, in the direction of Dağteke Village, the castle is reached by a 6 km stabilized road.

It is also thought that there is an ancient city in this region. The castle and its vicinity are the ‘Archaeological Site’. Kov Castle is the most magnificent castle in Eastern Black Sea Region.

Karaca Cave : Karaca Cave, which revives the tourism of Gumushane, is located within the borders of Torul district. The cave will be very close to you when you reach the Karaca neighborhood, where it bears the same name.

Imera Monastery : The settlement, which is an archaeological site, can be reached from the direction of Ilıdere Village from the Ikisu Village, Karaca Cave. The monastery is one of the most solid works that has survived to the present day. The inscription states that it was built in 1350. The monastery was built on a large area on the upper ridge of the village.

The chapel and some structures of the rectangular structure have survived to the present day. Surrounded by walls, the monastery has undergone many repairs. In the immediate vicinity of the monastery, there are dwelling buildings where monks stay. It is known that the Imera Monastery was an important religious center during its activity.

Kurdun Dam : As the wishes of the camelas around the Kurdish dam reservoir, they can both have a picnic and watch the dam reservoir.

There is a farm for trout production in the Kurun Dam reservoir. In addition, fishing from the lake with freshwater fish can be kept. For the time being, the trout facility, which is the only one where the people coming around the dam can eat and relax, is open all year round.

Zigana Ski Center: The Zigana ski center of Gumushane is established between 2000 and 2500 meters and has wide slopes. Zigana, which can be said as a plateau with an altitude of 2032, can be shown as a place of choice for many holidaymakers and athletes with these options. Usually the snow itself here begins in November and lasts until April. Surrounded by forests, the ski resort of Zigana can attract a considerable number of visitors every year. Zigana is known as approximately 64 km from Gümüşhane.

28 – Places to visit in Giresun

Giresun Karadeniz hosting the most beautiful places of the region, drew the attention of our precious city with green and nature.

It is inevitable that you will get to know the people’s approach and accent and enjoy the conversation. there are also special tastes and local dishes.

In terms of tourism , Giresun is home to places you will be worth visiting and seeing. If you are in Giresun one day, if you want to have an idea of ​​where to visit, you can check out the places we recommend .

Görele – Fog Mountain : As the name shows, all the mountains are covered with fog. The fog mountain where you can witness a magnificent view, If your path falls to Görele is one of the top places you should visit ..

Kümbet Plateau : Kümbet plateau is a place where you can have a picnic and play with your children or friends. You should definitely breathe the air and drink your tea with the peace of view. And if you hit the ball with our cow, we’re not interfering.

Paşakonağı Plateau : This region, which is the center of attention for both domestic and foreign tourists, is usually visited for day trips. Because there is no facility you can stay in the plateau.

Gölyanı Plateau : You should definitely visit Gölyanı Plateau. Why? Because there is a small and cute lake on this plateau. It is one of the most popular places where tourists visit. We strongly recommend you to see it.

Giresun Island : Giresun Island, one of the two islands of the Black Sea Region, is one of the important tourism regions. Giresun Island has many ruins, towers, monasteries and terracotta barrels. Of course it is possible to join the tours and visit.

Giresun Castle : You can visit the castle during your visit to Giresun and witness the ruins that have survived. We preferred to show the view of the castle. You must have understood why.

Tirebolu Castle : The biggest factor that balances the tourism flow of the city is the Tirebolu castle. Built on a large rock, the Castle offers its visitors a spectacular view.

Giresun Museum (Gogora) : The Giresun Museum contains many artifacts from the Bronze Age, Hittites, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman periods. Giresun Museum, where you will see weapons, clothes, stone reliefs, money samples and many other historical pieces, is located in Sokakbaşı in the central district.

Gogora Church , which is one of the 18th century works of Giresun in history , remained functional until 1923, after which it remained empty for a while and was used as a prison between 1948-1967. The church was organized as a museum in 1988

Karagöl Mountains and Plateau : There are many obas with the Karagöl Mountains, the second highest mountain of Giresun. The Aygır Lake, which is a glacial lake just below the 3107-meter Karagöl hill and Elmalı, Bozat Taşı and İnboynu ‘baları, is located in the region close to the Ordu province border to the northwest of the mountain.

To the east, Karagöl Lake, which is the largest lake in the mountains and in the valley descending towards Aksu village, there is Lake Bağşak.

27 – Places to visit in Gaziantep

I should point out places to visit in Gaziantep before sorting that Turkey is one of the most populous province is one of our favorite places as tourism. So and the condition of the economy is also good. There are too many running waters.

We do not hear that Antep is famous for its Baklava. In addition to these, Pistachio , Urmu Mulberry Sherbet, Cinnamon Tea, Menengiç Hakvesi, Olive Pazarı, Onion Pazazı, Iron Dessert, Çir Melting, Şirin Tarhanası, can be counted many things.

Ardıl (Köklüce) Canyon : Friends This is Ardıl (Köklüce) Canyon , which has been formed by the carving of soft limestone rocks of Ardıl Creek in the village of Köklüce in Araban. Tourists from many provinces and even from foreign countries come and mountaineering here. The water is ice cold and clean. It has natural pools to swim

Bayazhan Restaurant : If you came to Antep with your loved ones, you can dine in this restaurant. Delicious food and rare and famous places in Antep.

Zeugma Mosaic Museum : The Zeugma Mosaic Museum; Opened in Gaziantep on September 9, 2011, it is the largest mosaic museum in the world with its 1700 square meter mosaic.

Rumkale : One of the most beautiful places of Antep. This natural wonder will give you a perfect day. Boat Tours are available, so you can make your trip.

Zincirli Bedesten : Bedesten used to be the pulse of shopping life, covered in the shopping, thin, long, covered bazaar. You can buy Antep souvenirs from the bazaar to remind yourself of that day.

Gaziantep Castle : You can take pictures of the castle in the wide diameter of the museum you can visit

Dülük Tombs : 11 km from Gaziantep. north of Dülük village and its environs have witnessed all the houses of the history of mankind and have traces them to the present day. It is almost like an open air museum with stone tools used by people who lived 30 to 40 thousand years ago, Heritage underground temple, magnificent rock tombs, quarries where huge blocks of stone were extracted.

Gaziantep Zoo : Gaziantep Zoo is definitely one of the top places we need to visit. Inside is very large and you will have the opportunity to see all kinds of living things. In addition, the zoo is established in the forest and has a very natural structure.

Kurtuluş Mosque : Kurtuluş Mosque , which was built around 1892, was built as a church and later converted into a mosque.

Yesemek Open Air Museum : One of the places we should definitely visit. 110 km from Gaziantep. Stone quarry and sculpture workshop dating from the Hittite period in 2000s. It is a peaceful place with its nature and its creek passing in front of it where many valuable works have been smuggled abroad.

Besides, the statues that the Hittites couldn’t finish making are still waiting for you to see them outdoors.

Botanic Garden : If you love nature, especially if you want to take a light walk and soak up the beautiful scents of plants, this is the place for you. Imagine a landscape like a colorful, chirping picture. Children swing pasture Enjoy.

Dülükbaba Recreation Area : The ancient city of Dülük is one of the oldest settlements in the world. The largest of the Mitras Temples built in the world known underground was found in Dülük. There are also numerous chamber-cut tombs and churches. One of the grave paintings is above.

26 – Places to visit in Eskişehir

I guess we don’t know that Eskisehir is a university city. Besides, it is a city that gives its right to the historical meaning.

Pessinus Antique City: Pessinus is under the settlement of Ballıhisar Village, 16km south of Eskişehir Sivrihisar District. It is a city dedicated to the mother goddess Kybele.

This place became famous in the ancient sources as the holy city of the Phrygian head goddess called Matar Dindymene, Mâgna Mater and Agdistis Dindymene.

Zaimağa Mansion: A meeting was held in Zaimağa Mansion in 1922 with the participation of Mustafa Kemal and İsmet Pasha. Important decisions are taken at the meeting.

At the same time, the first Council of Ministers held outside Ankara meets in this mansion. During the War of Independence, Mustafa Kemal lived in Zaimağa Mansion for a while.

Midas Monument: The monument in Yazılıkaya village of Han district, 80 km away from Eskişehir. The monument is intertwined with Yazılıkaya village. Because of the monument, the region is called Midas City or Midas City.

Küllüoba Mound: If you are planning to travel to Eskisehir, we recommend that you include Küllüoba Mound, which is one of the historical sites of the city, in the places you will visit.

You can easily visit the mound by staying in one of the hotels near the Küllüoba Mound.

Sakarılıca Hot Springs: Sakarılıca Hot Springs, which dominates the green nature, is located in Mihalgazi district of Eskişehir. You can have an unforgettable holiday by staying in one of Sakarılıca thermal hotels.

Sakarılıca Hot Springs, where you can relax in the thermal waters and have fun with new discoveries; rheumatism, stomach, fracture-dislocation, nutrition disorders and gynecological diseases. If you complain about one of these ailments, Sakarılıca Hot Springs will heal you.

Sazova Park : You should visit Sazova Park for the days when you are on holiday in Eskişehir. Not only do you have a nice trip to your child, but you can also travel to your own childhood even if you have a few hours.

There are many hotels near Sazova Park and you can choose to stay in one of the hotels close to the park.

Porsuk Stream : You will feel yourself in Venice gondolas by participating in gondola tours in Eskişehir Porsuk Stream, which has a different appeal especially in spring and summer months. The symbol of Eskişehir, the tea is 448 meters long and is the longest branch of the Sakarya River.

At this point you will feel yourself in a different country and you will be able to tour the gondolas as well as boats in the tea that divides the city in two. Porsuk Creek is the center of attention not only for domestic tourists but also for foreign tourists.

Kentpark Eskisehir:  Eskisehir, Turkey Urban Park project in a city with no sea has earned the privilege of having the beach. Turkey’s first artificial beach in the private sphere formed in part of the city overlooking the Badger Creek Park was built.

Equipped with real sea sand, the beach allows the people of the city to enjoy the sea, especially in the summer months. The artificial beach is 350 meters long and there are two outdoor swimming pools, one for children.

Eskişehir Selale Park : Due to its size, it has the title of the biggest waterfall in Eskisehir. The park also includes recreation areas, children’s parking areas, jogging trails.

Waterfalls Park, which was put into service by Odunpazarı Municipality in 2009, is one of the important green areas of Eskişehir. At the same time, Selale Park has a view of Eskisehir from a high point.

Eskişehir Underwater World:  There are more than 2100 fish in the aquarium with many different sections. The sharks and piranhas in the Underwater World of Eskişehir, where you will have the opportunity to see a limited number of fish species in the world, attract the attention of children in particular.

There are also cafeterias and souvenir shops for visitors within the Underwater World of Eskisehir.