Former Ottoman Capital Bursa to Look Forward to South Korean Tourists

Bursa, former Ottoman capital, is a city in the foothills of Mount Uludağ

Officials in the northwestern province of the former Ottoman capital Bursa are carrying out special efforts. The main aim of the efforts is to ensure that tourists from South Korea visit the city more. They are also aiming to increase the tourism income of the former Ottoman capital. Bursa, by the way, is largely famous … Read more

Hot Air Balloon Rides over Göbeklitepe Archaeological Site

Hot air balloons take off at the zero point of history

Afterward Cappadocia, air balloon rides over Göbeklitepe is now the new trend. Hot air balloon rides over Göbeklitepe has officially begun after completing safety tests and presentation stages. Colorful hot air balloons now dot the blue skies above Göbeklitepe. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in southeastern Turkey’s Şanlıurfa province. It has been intensely … Read more

Turkey’s World Heritage: Xanthos-Letoon on the historical Lycian Way

Xanthos-Lenoon is one of the most precious ones in Turkey's World Heritage. (Image Credit-Pinterest)

Turkey’s world heritage has always dazzled people from all around the world. Home to dozens of civilizations, Turkey hosts many outstanding historical sites. Because the country once was the cradle of deep-seated Greek and Roman civilizations. As summer is here and coronavirus restrictions have been lifted, you need to visit them soon. Troy, Ephesus, Hierapolis, Göbeklitepe, … Read more

Humanity Still Stands in Awe Before “Ani Ruins”: The Crossing Point of Civilizations

The Ani archaeological site is commonly famous as the city of 40 doors and 1,001 churches and it takes place in Kars city.

The Ani archaeological site is commonly famous as the city of 40 doors and 1,001 churches. Ani Ruins takes place in Kars city, on Turkey’s eastern border, and it never fails to amaze its visitors. This time of year is the best period to visit the ruins of the medieval city. Thanks to a powdery … Read more