Whether you’re looking to learn about a historical treasure trove, mystical natural landscapes or just want to get lost in the labyrinthine bazaars.
Turkey Awaits you!!
People are waiting with bated breath for the Rio 2016 Olympics this summer that will set the world sports agenda and athletes are finalizing their preparations.
The number of tourists visiting the Ihlara Valley, one of the most important routes of Cappadocia in the Central Anatolian province of Aksaray, increased by 12 percent
The art of paper marbling has a special day of celebration all over the world thanks to artist Atilla Can, whose efforts led to marbling being added to the UNESCO list
The 360 Degree Love Festival, which features various art disciplines, will be organized in Istanbul between Feb. 9 and 29 around the theme “World in Love.”
Istanbul has woken up to the last morning of 2015 enveloped in snow.
This is an event that offers something for everyone whether it is a workshop for the fancier of art or an after-party for the music lovers of the city.
Thousands of tourists from all over the world flock to Demre (formerly Myra) searching for the roots of Saint Nicholas. They come as pilgrims, especially from Russia—up to sixty bus loads a day during the peak season—where Saint Nicholas is revered as patron and a father of Orthodox faith.
After the unforgettable first appearance, Mohsen Namjoo is back in Istanbul and Ankara a second time!
The roots of Santa Claus lay in Turkey, to be precise in Patara near Myra. Already in the 4th century A.D.E. St Nicholas dropped bags of money down the chimneys to help people. But today, in a country with a 98% Muslim population, Christmas is a day like any other day. Yet, spending Christmas in Istanbul is not that odd an idea — here’s why.
UEFA has announced its official team of the Europa League group stages. One Turkish footballer, Gökhan Gönül of Fenerbahçe, was named in the team. Gönül is attracting attention lately with his excellent performance in both international and domestic matches.
Turkey ranks the world’s first for the number of hair transplant operations carried out, amid rapidly rising demand from Arab citizens from Gulf countries.
Two highly laudable initiatives delighted the residents of the Turkish capital, Ankara, during the past few weeks, attracting huge crowds of both the international (expat) community as well as Turkish visitors.
Each December more than a million visitors descend on the Mausoleum of Mevlana in Konya, where the ceremony of the Whirling Dervishes commemorates the great Sufic saint Mevlana in one of the world’s greatest events.