Private guided tours in Turkey

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Information That Will Help With Your Visit to Turkey

Regardless of whether you are traveling to Turkey for the first time or you are an avid traveler, there are a few cities that you must check out. In fact, there are four cities in Turkey that are considered to be the most beautiful. These are Antalya, Alanya, Izmir, and Bursa.


Located on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey, Antalya is a major tourist destination. The city offers a blend of history and modern amenities. The weather is generally mild year-round. Antalya is also a great place for shopping and nightlife. The city is also close to major archaeological sites.

The city's Old Town is a beautiful place to stroll around. It is filled with narrow cobbled streets and whitewashed buildings. There are also picturesque squares and shops. It is also home to many cafes and restaurants.

The city's Old Marina is a great place to go for boat trips. It is also located in a scenic cove. There are small winding streets leading away from the marina.

The city is also home to Ulu Cami, a 14th-century mosque with 20 domes. It is also home to a Byzantine basilica that dates back to the 7th century.


Antalya is also home to a variety of beautiful waterfalls. The Duden Waterfalls are one of the most beautiful sights in Turkey. They are located outside the city and require a trek to reach the top of the falls. The Lower Duden Waterfalls are closer to the city, while the Upper Duden Waterfalls are located further inland.

The city is also home to the Uludag Teleferik, which is thought to be the longest aerial tramway in Europe. It is also home to the Ancient Hidirlik Tower. The Karaalioglu Park is a lovely seaside park that offers stunning views of the city. It is also home to several statues.


Located near the Sea of Marmara and mountains, Bursa is one of the most beautiful cities in Turkey. In fact, Bursa is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

This beautiful city was once the capital of the Ottoman Empire. It was a major Silk Route trading center. Bursa is also a major tourist destination. There are plenty of museums to explore.

One of Bursa's most famous sights is the 20-domed Grand Mosque. This building is a replica of Istanbul's Grand Bazaar. The city also has a handful of other attractions. These include the Tombs of Osman and Orhan.

There are numerous parks in Bursa. The best shopping center is the Korupark Shopping Centre. There are also many restaurants to choose from.

The Golbasi Park is the heart of the city. The park is an important pilgrimage area. It features historic mosques that were built on sites important to Abraham. The Sanliurfa Museum is also worth a visit. The museum has three archeological halls.

Another place to check out is the Uludag Mountain. It has some of the best winter sports in Turkey. The mountain is located only half an hour from Bursa.

This city is also home to some of the best beaches in Turkey. Marmaris is a charming, Mediterranean city with a long, sandy beach. The city is also home to a number of boutiques and restaurants.

The city is also home to one of the biggest ports in Turkey. It is ideal for those who wish to enjoy the picturesque Mediterranean landscapes. There are many hotels and resorts to choose from. Some hotels even operate on an all-inclusive basis.


Often called one of the most beautiful cities in Turkey, Izmir is a major port city and a metropolitan center in the country. The city's skyline is dotted with mosques and medieval European architecture. There are numerous restaurants, shops, and cafes for visitors to enjoy.

The best time to visit Izmir is between May and October. The city has a vibrant and youthful vibe, and the weather is often beautiful. The summer months can reach highs of 40 degrees in July and August. In the winter months, snowfall is common.


There are many parks and museums to explore in Izmir. You can also spend time in the city's famous promenade. This is a great place to stroll and haggle for souvenirs.

Izmir is also home to several universities. The city is considered a major yachting destination. There are also many beaches to enjoy. The beaches in the town of Fethiye are known for their beautiful blue waters. The city also hosts a number of sailing tours.

The Alaeddin Mosque is a beautiful mosque that is located on a hill with stunning views. You can also visit the nearby Temple of Artemis.

The city is also known for its delicious foods. Adana kebab is a popular meat dish. Other popular foods include kunefe and hummus.

The city has a number of shopping malls and malls for you to enjoy. You can also visit the Trade Harbor, which is home to the Ataturk Museum.


Located in the western part of Turkey, Cesme is an ideal city to stay. It offers you both beach and wellness holidays. It has excellent climate and a high level of tourist infrastructure. Cesme also has a 500-year-old fortress and a local history museum.

Cesme is located in the Cesme peninsula. The peninsula is adjacent to the Greek island of Chios and is 80 kilometers west of the city of Izmir. It has an ideal climate and is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in Turkey. It has numerous beaches and walking paths.

The city is also known for its high quality hotels. The city has a cosmopolitan atmosphere and offers visitors a variety of restaurants and cafes. There are also hundreds of guest houses to choose from.

The city is also known for its traditional Turkish style houses, which usually have a cumba alcove window. There are also several mosques and churches. The city is also considered to be a center of commerce in Turkey.

Cesme has several hotels to choose from, including the Ipekyol Boutique hotel. The hotel is small and family owned and is located in the center of the city. The hotel offers sweeping views of the city. It also has a private beach and an infinity pool.

The city is also famous for its saffron production. The city produces some of the finest saffron in the world. The city also offers many shopping opportunities and boat trips.


Located in the south of Turkey, Alanya is a lovely Mediterranean town. It is an ideal place to visit for both sun and history buffs. It is a part of the European Association of Historic Towns and Regions. There are many things to do in Alanya.

If you are looking for history, check out the Ataturk House Museum. This museum features personal belongings of Ataturk as well as historical documents. You will also see furniture and household appliances from the time of Ataturk.

Another excellent place to visit is the Alanya Archeological Museum. This museum contains marble, bronze, and other artifacts from ancient times. The museum has been in operation since 1967. You can see marble and bronze from the Roman and Ottoman empires. It is a museum that is open to the public for free.

One of the most famous places in Alanya is the Old Castle. This castle is located high above the city and has a dramatic history. The castle offers stunning views of the city.

Another must-see place is the Damlatas Caves. This site is home to a number of mineral-rich waters that have health-enhancing properties. The caves are also known for high levels of carbon dioxide and radioactivity.

Another interesting place to visit in Alanya is the Kizilkule Fortress. This fortress was built in the 13th century. The fortress was designed by Syrian architect Ebu Ali Reha. The fortress tower is 33 meters high and has a crenellated top.


Located in Central Anatolia, Cappadocia is known for its moon-like landscape, underground churches and fairy chimneys. The region is also famous for its wine-making industry and the vineyards which produce more than 60% of the wine produced in the region.

There are many things to see and do in Cappadocia. One of the best ways to explore this region is to take a hot air balloon tour. The experience is very different from the ground, and you will be rewarded with a spectacular view.

The oldest city in Turkey, Konya, is a conservative city with many cultural and religious sights to see. Some of the most interesting sights include the Mevlana Muzesi, which is a museum dedicated to the religious leader Mevlana.

The Ethnographic Museum displays artifacts from various empires. The largest Jewish religious building in Turkey is also in Edirne. Other notable sights include the Selimiye Mosque and the infamous Gazimihal bridge.

The biggest and best-known city in Turkey, Antalya, is also a major tourist attraction. This city is the hub of the Turkish Riviera, with many churches, mosques and parks to see. The Ataturk mausoleum is also located in the city.

The Green Tour is the second best-known tour in Cappadocia, and it involves a hike through a valley full of rock-cut churches and dwellings. The tour also involves a ride on the world's largest cable car.

Guided tours and museum tickets in Turkey

During your visit to Turkey, one of the best things to do is to explore the country's many museums and archaeological sites. These sites give you an opportunity to learn more about the history and cultural significance of the country, and to admire some of its most beautiful and beautiful art and treasures. The best way to get access to these sites is to purchase a Museum Pass. This is an affordable and convenient way to get admission to a number of museums and archaeological sites in Turkey. You can also receive discounts on merchandise and additional activities.

There are a number of different types of Museum Passes that are available in Turkey. Some are for children, while others are for adults. Some are more expensive than others. There are also cards that cover multiple cultural sites in Turkey. You can choose between a 5-day, 7-day, and 15-day Museum Pass in Turkey. These passes are designed to fit different budgets and needs.

If you are traveling with a child, you may not need to purchase a Museum Pass. Almost all museums offer free admission for children under six years old. However, you will still need to present an ID to verify your child's age. Some museums offer free audio guides to listen to, so ask to make sure that this is included in the price.

A Museum Pass allows you to skip the ticket line and visit many of Turkey's most famous attractions without having to stand in line. The best part is that you will not have to carry an extra card or cash to pay for entrance. There is also a free mobile app available to download for use during your visit.

Istanbul is home to many archaeological sites and museums. These sites are administered by the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The Archeological Museum is one of the largest museums in the world, and it displays the history of Mesopotamian civilization, as well as the history of Istanbul. The Istanbul Museum of Art is another museum that focuses on Turkish and Islamic art. It has a large collection of historical artifacts, including ceramics, hand-written calligraphy samples, and glass and stone artifacts.


The Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts is one of the best museums in Istanbul. It has a great collection of carpets and other artifacts, including carpets from Iran, Caucasus, and the Seljuk Empire. It also has a variety of literary works and creations from former Islamic regions. Aside from these, the Museum also has one of the largest collections of carpets in the world. The Museum also features an exhibition of ceramics and stone artifacts from the Seljuk Empire.

The Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum is a museum that is open every day of the year. In the summer, the museum is open from 9:00 AM to 19:30. The museum also offers tours that last for 45 minutes. Visitors must cover their heads and wear modest clothing during the tour. This tour is also free for children under two years old.

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