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Turkey is a rich and amazing country and the meeting point of European and Asian culture. Thanks to its rich past and numerous neighbours (Bulgaria, Greece, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Syria, Iraq and Iran), Turkey has an incredible multi-cultural heritage.

Founded in 1923 only, the Republic of Turkey’s earliest settlement date back from the paleolithic age and the Anatolian civilizations. Many empires ranging from the Sumerians to the Hittites, the Lydians to the Byzantines and the Seljuks to the Ottomans have flourished in the country, bringing with them many cultural assets travellers are today searching in Turkey.

The country has countless destinations on offer. Its varied geography makes it a country with plenty of mountains, plains, caves, seas and many more natural treasures which provide visitors with all kind of exciting outdoor activities.
Turkey is composed of 7 region and vast diversity of climate. Aegean and Mediterranean coastal areas enjoy the typical Mediterranean climate, the region around the Sea of Marmara, including Istanbul, has a transitional climate, the Black Sea region has an oceanic climate, interior areas like Ankara have hot summers and cold and snowy winters and the south eastern region near the Syrian border has an arid climate.

As a religious hub, Turkey is wealthy in monuments and cultural sites. Art movements that were born in Anatolia and then introduced to the international audience are still kept alive and continue to grow in the present day. Besides, visitors enjoy attending folk dances and songs shows in every province they visit. 

Turkey is much appreciated for its delicious cuisine including diverse flavors and light spices. Travellers indulge themselves with meat specialties, cold dishes with olive oil and sweet delicacies.

  • Istanbul: Previously named Constantinople, this is the largest city which used to be the capital of the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires. This is the only big city in the world belonging to two continents.
  • Bodrum:A pretty and touristic seaside resort in the Southern Aegean famous for its Roman ruins, trendy clubs and traditional villages close by
  • Cappadocia: Located in the central highlands, it is renowned for its moon-like landscape, underground cities, cave churches and houses carved in the rocks
  • Oludeniz: One of the most beautiful beach in Turkey, often showcased on tourism brochures and websites
  • Mount Nemrut: a UNESCO World Heritage site with head statues dedicated to ancient Gods
  • Çanakkale: a lively harbour town with a dynanic and cheerful student population.
  • Ephesus: An ancient Roman town well famous for its incredible ruins
  • Mount Ararat: The highest peak of the country (5,165 metres high) and the legendary landing place of Noah's Ark
  • The mouth-watering Turkish cuisine
  • The Turkish tea
  • A cocktail on a roof-top bar in Istanbul
  • Smoking a shisha in a local bar
  • Shopping in a busy bazaar
  • A hot air balloon ride over the Cappadocia
  • Walking through the astonishing white pools of Pamukkale
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Apartment Galata

Apartment Galata

  • Turkey, Istanbul
  • Guest up to 6
  • From 350 GBP