A unique and magical charm envelops Turkey. It is a country that combines historical and archaeological memories with unique natural beauties. It is located in an extraordinary position between Europe and Asia, separated by the Bosphorus strait and the Strait of the Dardanelles. Its hospitable atmosphere, the warm population, the excellent cuisine, the exotic bazaars, the beautiful beaches, the mountain ranges and the ancient ruins are just some of Turkey’s highlights.
The magical meeting place of East and West
Istanbul is ancient and modern, traditional and innovative and a crossroads of cultures. Istanbul is not only rich in history, it is also a beautiful metropolis: lively and full of charm. At the feet of the domes and minarets there are the cheerful crowds, the dull rumble of cars on cobbled streets, the incessant comings and goings of the boats and the calls of street vendors.
The Bucket List Destination
The landscapes of Cappadocia are unique. The fairy chimneys and canyons are shaped by wind and water and in the Roman period, humans made them their own with beautiful rock churches, troglodyte dwellings, underground cities and citadels perched on the crests. Fly in a hot air balloon, or just enjoy the sincere welcome of the inhabitants and the charm and authenticity of the hotels dug in the rock.
The land of Aphrodite
With its sunny climate and long and rich history, Cyprus is ideal for lovers of sun and culture. In Cyprus, you are surrounded by cultural sites with the cities Kyrenia, Famagusta the capital Nicosia as its highlights. Cradled between three Mediterranean continents, Cyprus offers an unforgettable history, breathtaking beauty, stunning hotel properties and warm Mediterranean hospitality.
Turkish cuisine originates from Ottoman cuisine, which can be described as the fusion of kitchens in Central Asia, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, the Caucasus and the Balkans. There are many regional specialties. The Black Sea region bases its cuisine on corn and anchovies, the south-east is famous for its kebabs, meze and its desserts and the entire Mediterranean coast has a Mediterranean cuisine.
Tourists who visit Turkey are often surprised by the welcome given to them by Turks. The locals do not hesitate to pause their activities to help them or simply have a conversation. Hospitality is one of the cornerstones of Turkish culture and Turks see visitors as guests sent by God. This way of welcoming is still present today and a large part of the Turks are very happy to meet foreigners.
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