Called "The Church of the Divine Wisdom", this majestic building, which held the title of the largest church in the world for over nine…
One of the dominants of the old part of Istanbul is also known as the Blue Mosque, thanks to the blue paint used to decorate the interior.
A major shopping location where you can hunt for fairly priced souvenirs, smashing golden jewelry or clothes.
Built in the 15th century, this palace used to be the sultans' residence.
Completed in the 14th century, it was the tallest point in the city and it still dominates the skyline of Istanbul.
This castle carved into rock is located at the highest point in Cappadocia. Walk through its rooms and admire the views.
Close to the Goreme village, it is a must for all visitors. It boasts beautiful rock-cut churches with marvelous frescoes inside.
This valley situated between the villages Goreme and Avanos boasts some of the most amazing fairy chimneys that can be found in the region.
Rome aside, this was the most important city of Roman empire and the largest city in the world.
A natural wonder and a UNESCO World Heritage site - this geological phenomenon is an absolute must-see.
Encounter many various fish and sea mammal species at this huge aquarium with more than 1.500 species.
From almost 200 cities spread across the entire region, this fascinating underground city from the 7th century BC is the deepest one in…
Perga or Perge was an ancient Greek city in Anatolia, once the capital of Pamphylia Secunda, now in Antalya Province on the southwestern…
Hadrian's Gate or Üçkapılar is a triumphal arch located in Antalya, Turkey, which was built in the name of the Roman emperor Hadrian, who…
Aspendos or Aspendus was an ancient Greco-Roman city in Antalya province of Turkey.
This valley boasts small fairy chimneys that form a lunar landscape. In addition to that, there are rocks that are shaped like animals.
This house is believed to be the dwelling of Virgin Mary when she had lived in Ephesus.
Konak Square is a busy square at the southern end of Atatürk Avenue in the Konak district of İzmir, Turkey.
Not far away from Ephesus, this cave is believed to be a place where the legendary Seven Sleepers hid in order to avoid prosecution.
This Greek temple was dedicated to the Goddess of the Hunt Artemis and it was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Selimiye Mosque may refer to: