Ice Bucket Challenge in Turkey
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Ankara - discover the Turkish capital
The “Museum of Anatolian Civilisation”, situated by the entrance of Ankara Castle, has a wonderful collection of artifacts that go right back to Roman and Lydian times. Another popular sight in Ankara is the mausoleum of Kemal Atatürk. Ankara - the capital of Turkey is always worth a visit.
Direct flights to Andana on the Mediterranean
Adana, situated in southern Turkey on the Mediterranean, is a rapidly growing tourist destination with a very mild climate, even in winter. With its 3000-year-old history, you will not only fall in love with Adana’s famously exquisite cuisine but also with its climate, which is mild even in winter.
Kayseri - Ski and enjoy delicious Anatolian cuisine
Kayseri is one of Anatolia’s principal trading centres. With its charming mix of modernity and tradition of Anatolian culture and religion, it is also a popular tourist destination in winter. If you don’t want your holidays to consist merely of sun, beach and sea, and you would love to get to know the beauty of the country and go skiing on a snow-covered volcanic mountain range, the magical landscape of Cappadocia is a must-see!
Trabzon – the Black Sea Coast
Trabzon is both one of the oldest cities on the eastern coast of the Black Sea and one of the most popular of the region. Its sights include a harbour, the Hagia Sophia, the Sumela Monastery, mosques, churches, bazaars, exquisite regional cuisine, mountain pastures and lakes!
Gaziantep - the capital city of South-East Anatolia
Somehow or other, all roads lead to Antep. It is not without reason that the city is one of the oldest settlements of mankind. For centuries, people have moved to this place, and they have always been blessed with rich harvests from the surrounding fields. Antep lies in Mesopotamia, the cradle of civilisation. It also lies on the historic Silk Road, owns fertile ground and has access to the Euphrates, which is teeming with fish!
Ephesus was an ancient Greek city on the west coast of Anatolia, near present-day Selçuk, Izmir Province, Turkey. It was one of the twelve cities of the Ionian League during the Classical Greek era. In the Roman period, it was for many years the second largest city of the Roman Empire; ranking behind Rome. Ephesus had a population of more than 250,000 in the 1st century BC, which also made it the second largest city in the world. The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis (completed around 550 BCE), one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. The Temple was destroyed in 401 CE by a mob led by St. John Chrysostom
Which one is the best for you?
Bodrum: Surrounding Bodrum is a range of lovely beaches that offer a range of watersports and relaxation in equal measure, while further out you c
Antalya: Set on a wide, sandy bay backed by the ruggedly beautiful Taurus Mountains, Antalya has a wonderful location. It is also in the sunniest part of Turkey, where temperatures stay comfortable throughout the winter.
Kas: is a charming town located on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast, and is backed by an impressive mountain range. This is a beautifully picturesque location to enjoy a wonderful holiday in the sun.
Kalkan: with all of the gems that a Turkish holiday has to offer, Kalkan is the ideal destination, with beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters, ancient artefacts, plus a distinct warm and welcoming atmosphere.
an explore fishing villages, emerald coves and Roman ampitheatres.