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Turkey has a lot of great destinations to offer. Exceptional landmarks, wonderful natural sceneries, historical legacies and a rich culture.

Central Anatolia

Central Anatolia, known as the cradle of civilization is home to many museums, the capital city Ankara, the famous chimney rocks of Cappadocia and the land of Mevlana in Konya. Many of the carpets that you’ll see around the country are woven in small villages in this region. This plateau like area usually has very hot and dry summers.


As an important commercial centre during the Middle Ages, Sivas stood at the junction of the caravan routes to Persia and Baghdad.


Nahita of Hittite times sheltering ancient civilizations and natural beauties.


The apple of Cappadocia’s eye inspiring human imagination with its heavily-populated glittering fairy chimneys.


Kırşehir was settled by the Hittites, Phrygians, Romans, Seljuks and Ottomans during its 5000 years of history owing to its important location between east and west.


4000-year-old trading centre whose significance spanned powerful empires.


With its rich history, Eskişehir has become a well-known European city in Anatolia, whose cultural richness encompasses both the past and the present.


The city of Ankara lies in the centre of Anatolia on the eastern edge of the great, high Anatolian Plateau, at an altitude of 850m. With its yellow wheat fields, young volcanoes and infinite steppe, the plateau offers a stern landscape though a look at its history reveals millennia rich with emotive episodes.


A stop on the Silk Road with countless trails of diverse religions addressing hearts and minds of believers.


Konya is one of Turkey's oldest continuously inhabited cities and was known as Iconium in Roman times.

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