Cheap Flights to Turkey
Acting as a bridge between Western Asia and South-eastern Europe, Turkey is a Middle Eastern nation that is a part of both the continents of Asia and Europe. With a sky teeming with hot air balloons, a cityscape filled with cupolas, bell towers and minarets and thermal hot springs, sunken ruins, alpine pastures, mountain gorges, and dazzling beaches dotted all across the country – it won’t be an exaggeration to call Turkey a mystical country. Travellers boarding flights to Turkey tend to discover multi-sensorial cuisines, that is, mildly flavoured fish dishes, sticky baklava, wood-fired coffee, and spicy kebabs.
Amidst its layered history and multi-faceted culture, tourists while travelling the length and breadth of the country experience love, life, adventure, and spirituality unfolding. No wonder tourism in Turkey is something anyone can afford to miss. No matter whether you choose to explore its intriguing museums, treat your taste buds to excellent gastronomy of Istanbul, indulge in adrenaline-inducing adventurous activities, meander through its cultural routes, make your way to historical sites, go on a shopping spree, tour the scenic vineyards, go on a sea voyage, or have a whale of a time at extraordinary natural beauties that its canyons are, Turkey makes sure that you don’t have a single moment of boredom.
Turkey is a striking and glorious nation with kaleidoscope offerings, bound to leave travellers awe-struck. Historic cities, windswept beaches, glittering markets, happening nightlife, snowy mountains, street cuisines – you name it, the country has got it. Its soothing climate is nothing less than the cherry on top, making it a sought-after destination enjoyable throughout the year.
Best Places to Visit in Turkey
Both tranquil and thrilling, Fethiye is one place to which tourists long to return again and again. It is the largest town in the city of Muğla which is settled in the westernmost corner of Turkey’s Mediterranean coasts. Fethiye served as the homeland of the earliest Lycian civilization and is also a renowned yacht charter stop. Thus, ardently loved by all sea buffs. Tourists love to enjoy the vibrant blue sea beside the pined hills near the Gulf of Fethiye, or the region of Ölüdeniz where scores of bays feature breath-taking natural beauty by setting out on your own boat from the marinas in Göcek and Fethiye.
"Beautiful İzmir" attracts tourists into a picturesque world of traditions and modernity, with its stimulating touches to human spirits and souls. İzmir mesmerizes travellers with an aura of modernity and history. Situated where the Anatolian Peninsula stretches out into the Aegean Sea, Izmir enjoys an enviable location. Owing to its continuous settlement for about 8500 years, Izmir serves as one of the oldest cities and welcomes a lot of tourists to explore many symbols and idols found on its premises.
Just one hour away from metropolises such as Kocaeli, Bursa, and Istanbul, Yalova is a must-visit tourist honeypot with its sea, nature, and thermal springs. The Walking Mansion, Black Church, Rüstempaşa Mosque, and Kurşunlu Bath are some of the significant historical and cultural sites of the city. Revered for its cultural history, tourists enjoy embarking on a fascinating historical journey of paper by paying a visit to the İbrahim Müteferrika Paper Museum. Also, make your way to the Yalova City Museum to learn a thing or two about ancient history, the Republic and Ottoman periods. Furthermore, the springs of Yalova are something not to be missed at all.