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Turkey has so much to offer her visitors; breathtaking natural beauties, unique historical and archaeological sites, steadily improving hotel and touristic infrastructure and a tradition of hospitality and competitive prices. Therefore, it is not surprising that this country has recently become one of the world's most popular tourism destinations. Due to Turkey's diverse geography, one can experience four different climates in any one day. The rectangular shaped country is surrounded on three sides by three different seas. Its shores are laced with beaches, bays, coves, ports, islands and peninsulas. The summers are long, lasting as long as eight months in some areas. Turkey is also blessed with majestic mountains and valleys, lakes, rivers, waterfalls and grottoes perfect for winter and summer tourism and sports of all kinds. Travel Home offers International travel packages for turkey.


Aspendos boasts the best-preserved Roman theater in Turkey, and one of the best in the world. Initially know as Belkis was founded by the Hittites.
The Antalya Region, offering all the mysticism of past in our day, is now called the "Turkish Riviera" due to its archaeological and natural beauties. Antalya is the place where sea, sun, history and nature constitute a perfect harmony and which also includes the most beautiful and clearest coast along the Mediterraneans. The city still preserves its importance as a center through out history in the south coast of the country, in addition to its wonderful natural beauties.

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Derinkuyu Underground City is an ancient multi-level underground city in the Derinkuyu district in Nevsehir Province, Turkey. With its eleven floors extending to a depth of approximately 85 m, it was large enough to shelter thousands of people together with their livestock and food stores. It is the largest excavated underground city in Turkey and is part of a network of several underground complexes found across Cappadocia. Cappadocia is a piece of art, shaped by the wind and the rain on the rocks. It is one of those rare places that must be experienced at least once in a lifetime. With soaring rock formations, uniquely-rippled landscapes, splendid walking trails, mysterious underground cities and rock-cut churches, Cappadocia is the must-see destination in Turkey.

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Konya (Turkish pronunciation: ['kon.ja]) is a city in the Central Anatolia Region of Turkey. It is the seventh most populous city in Turkey. Konya is located in the heart of the Anatolian plateau, about 3 hours driving distance from the capital city of Ankara to the south and it is one of Turkey's oldest continuously inhabited sites. Konya was the capital of the Seljuk Turk Sultanate. Muslim mystic, philosopher and poet Jalaluddin Rumi is the Sultanate's most world-wide famous and enduring figure.

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The sun shines differently here. The nights are longer, the drinks more enjoyable. And then there is love in Bodrum ... You have to experience it to truly understand the attraction of Bodrum. Situated on the beautiful peninsula, Bodrum, home of the famous Greek historian Herodotus, is these days better known as a popular holiday resort. Enchanting villages of houses painted in white and trimmed with purple bougainvillea together with miles of sandy beaches and ideal locations for water sports..

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The only tourist spot of interest in Didim is the historical and mythical monument of the temple of Apollo. It was called the Didymaion in ancient times. Kusadasi, one of Turkey's principle holiday resorts, offers an excellent environment for an unforgettable holiday. Kusadasi is reputed for being one of the most attractive cities of the Aegean, as it is close to the important historical sites including Ephesus, Didyma, Priene, Miletos - the principals of ancient times, ideal for sightseers.

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Izmir Clock Tower (Turkish: Izmir Saat Kulesi) is a historic clock tower located at the Konak Square in Konak district of Izmir, Turkey. Features four fountains, which are placed around the base in a circular pattern, and the columns are inspired by North African themes. It is the third-largest city of Turkey and second most Important Port, called the Pearl of the Aegean. Izmir has much to offer in the way of naturally formed beaches and secluded bays

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The "wooden horse" from the 2004 movie Troy is exhibited on the seafront. Immortalized by the writings of Homer and Virgil, the legendary city of Troy invites the wanderlust with its enchanting romanticism, picturesque settings and historical ruins. While on vacation in Turkey, an excursion to this ancient city will give you the opportunity to savor the striking scenery and wealth of archaeological sites of a long lost kingdom. If mythology is what intrigues you or if you are an avid literature lover then Troy is the perfect choice for a tour and you should give in to that temptation at least once.

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The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. It is located in Turkey's Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley, which has a temperate climate most of the year Pamukkale means “cotton castle” and the name comes from the cotton like white pools, formed in thousand years with the calcium in the water. This sight of spectacular beauty is located in the inner Aegean egion. Several Roman emperors came to bathe in these thermal pools with the belief of healing powers. The area is still one of the leading hot springs in Turkey.

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Located just a short 25 minute drive north of Kusadisi, the ancient city of Ephesus houses the largest collection of Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean region and was once home to the Temple of Artemis – one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Ephesus dates from the 13th century B.C. and was once a major port city with a large population. But when the port silted up, most of the citizens left, abandoning the city in a short space of time. Today many of the ruins still stand in surprisingly good condition. Visitors can still see the remains of the amphitheatre and library, along with many other ruins and relics.


The Sultan Ahmed Mosque is a historical mosque popularly known as the Blue Mosque for the blue tiles adorning the walls of its interior. The cascading domes and six slender minarets of the Mosque dominate the skyline of Istanbul. Istanbul is the largest city in Turkey, and the only city in the world that sits on two continents, Asia and Europe. Istanbul has a rich history that can be seen all over the city. Sightseeing opportunities are everywhere - from the majestic Blue Mosque and the Topkapi Palace (centre of the Ottoman Empire for more than 4 centuries) in Istanbul's old city, to the thousands of shops and stalls at the Grand Bazaar, the world's largest covered market.

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