Turkey Travel

Turkey Travel

Turkey is a transcontinental nation located in Anatolia in Western Asia and a portion of the Balkans in Southeast Europe. Turkey is a Popular Travel Destination for its Rich Culture, History, and Natural Beauty. It offers a wide variety of experiences for visitors, from exploring Ancient Ruins and Medieval Cities to relaxing on the Beaches or Skiing in the Mountains. Turkey is a Beautiful Country to Travel to.

Before Traveling to Turkey, it’s a good idea to check the latest travel advisories and requirements for entry. Visitors may need a valid passport and a visa, depending on their citizenship. It’s also recommended to have travel insurance and be familiar with local customs and laws.

When planning your trip, consider the time of year you plan to visit. Turkey has a Mediterranean Climate, with Hot Summers and Mild Winters. The coast and the country’s south can be hot in the summer, while the interior and the east can be pretty cold in the winter. The best time to visit depends on what you want to see and do. For example, if you want to visit the Beaches and the Coast, it’s best to go in the Summer, while the Spring and Fall are better for visiting Historical Sites and Natural Landscapes.

Accommodation in Turkey is diverse and varied. You can find everything from five-star hotels to budget hostels. Popular tourist destinations like Istanbul, Antalya, and Pamukkale have many options.

Additionally, traditional Turkish accommodation options such as Cave Hotels, and Boutique Hotels offer a unique experience.

Lastly, Turkish cuisine is famous for its delicious and varied dishes, and trying local food is essential to any Trip to Turkey. Some must-try dishes include kebabs, baklava, and dolma.

Places To Visit In Turkey

1. Cappadocia


Not a town in general but instead a region that has many towns, such as Goreme, Uchisar, Urgup, Ortahisar, etc.

Famous for twin fairy Chimneys, this place lies in the South Central part of Turkey. This place has many cultural and historical landmarks that might surprise you at their best.

Sunset point in Goreme is a must-view experience here. Zemi Valley hike, which is 6km, is an underrated place to explore in Goreme.

Another sunset hike point here is Red Valley. As the Sun burns, sharp sandstone ridges glow deep red, turning this valley into a beautiful landscape.

We’re discussing Cappadocia and not about Hot-Air Balloons. So, a hot-air balloon ride while Sunrise is a must.

Remember this one, or else you’ll regret it later in life. Remember, you must book your balloon in advance as they are often sold out. It costs around 16k-18k.

Ortahisar Castle Viewpoint, at its base, one may witness cobblestone alleys and paths, where you might feel astonished by wine or cellars.

Lake Tuz (Pink Salt Lake) is an eye-catching salt lake with vibrant pink color near Aksaray, just an hour from Cappadocia. If you’re a Sunset Lover, I recommend this place to you.

The best time to visit Cappadocia is during winter, as it paints the valley white into a mesmerizing dreamy sight.

2. Istanbul


Founded around 1000 BC, this city is known as the center of cultural, economic, and historical attractions.

Topkapi Palace (Topkapi Sarayi), built in the 15th century by Mehmet, beside the Bosphorus, was where the sultans of the Ottoman Empire lived. It displays Islamic art, hand-painted tile works, decorated walls and towers, a Harem complex, courts, and many more. At least half a day is needed to see and explore this beautiful palace and its designs.

Blue Mosque (Sultan Ahmet Camii) was built between 1609-1616 and is considered a gift by Sultan Ahmet I to his kingdom. This Mosque has six minarets, the same as the great Mosque of Mecca. This grand Mosque was built as an indicator of prosperity and political strength. The breathtaking beauty of this Mosque is a remarkable sight for tourists.

Dolmabahçe Palace, located in the coastal area of Beşiktaş, was a shipping bay of Bosphorus in old times. The palace is an elegant, symbolic representation of the Ottoman Empire. Its interior and exterior structures and designs are entirely based on the western style. The main structure consists of three parts: “Mabeyn-i Hümâyûn” (Selamlık), the administrative, “Harem-i Hümâyûn” (Harem) belongs to the private life of the Sultan, and “Muayede Hall” (Ceremonial Hall) essential state functions. Built upon a massive area of around 14.595 m^2, this palace has 285 rooms, 44 halls, 68 toilets, and 6 Turkish baths.

Shopping In Turkey

Turkey is a cultural heritage with varieties of items to buy. Here, one must have Turkish Lira(TRY)(1USD=8.6TRY). At some supermarkets, the Euro currency is also accepted. If you adore royal aesthetic vibes, you’ve not come to the wrong place. Let’s see what we can buy at a reasonable price in Turkey.

Handmade Rugs (Carpets) are one of the most common things tourists buy. They are very delicate and beautifully designed with intricate designs as they are handmade. If you want to buy these rugs, remember to visit the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul. There you’ll learn more about the history of weaving rugs from the sellers.

Turkish Lamps have more artistic designs with vibrant colors. These lamps will leave you spellbound with their miraculous beauty.

Handicrafts in Turkey have assorted designs of Middle Eastern identity and European style. Ceramics and pottery are finely carved with sophisticated and unique color combinations.


Overall, Turkey offers a wide variety of visitor experiences, and with proper planning, it can be a safe and enjoyable Travel Destination. Traveling to Turkey can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience.