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izmir Guide

Mumlu Meyhane

Traditional Turkish (Fasil - Meyhane)

Noxx Rock Bar

Bars - Pubs

Birinci Kordon Balik Pisiricisi Restaurant

Fish - Seafood

Agora Museum

Museums

Reyhan Patisserie

Patisserie

Menemen Foca Dikili Candarli Bergama Aliaga

Menemen Foca Dikili Candarli Bergama Aliaga
Towns located on the North of Izmir

Menemen

Menemen is also one of the twelve members of the ancient Ion Union. The city lived under the Lydian and Persian empires, and collapsed after the Peloponnese Wars. The ruins of the Archaic Period are exhibited both at the Izmir Museum and the Istanbul Archaeology Museum. Currently, in Menemen there are also graves belonging to the Roman and Islamic periods. 

Foca

Foca, which is located in 70 km northwest of Izmir, is one of the most important centers among the 12 Ion cities.
Besides its historical and archaeological importance, it is a mythological place, which also takes place in Homer’s legend. Foca, which was a member of the Ionia Confederation, is located between Foca, Ancient Foca, Candarli and Izmir bays. It has always attracted ancient and modern world with its impressive islands and beautiful coastline. Currently, Foca is mainly popular with retired couples as it offers a tranquil holiday experience.

Aliaga

Aliaga, which is 60 km north of Izmir, has traces of Izmir and Bergama civilizations. Aigaia, Kyme, Myrna and Gryneion Aioli cities are located in this district. There are ruins belonging to various periods, including 5000 graves. However, Aliaga is not a touristic place, and all the businesses are built around the petroleum refinery.

Dikili

It is 120 km away from Izmir centre. It is a nice town, which mainly attracts local tourists, and it is home to the touristic Candarli town. Dikili has a crater lake in Merdivenli village, a pine grove and historical caves in Demirtas and Deliktas villages. The area is famous for its spas. Dikili’s history dates back to B.C 5000, and the town hosted many famous people like Aristotle and Alexander the Great. 

Candarli

It is one of the oldest settlements of the Aegean Region. Many excavations tell us that its history dates back to B.C 2000. Some of the important finds in Candarli are the ceramic pieces belonging to Troy.
 

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Izmir Night Gallery

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Turkish Food Recipes

Asure - Wheat Pudding - Other Desserts

Dessert

Kidney Beans in Olive Oil - Legume Courses

Main Course

Catal - Cakes & Cookies

Tea Time Pastry

Borek with Beef - Pastries

Tea Time Pastry

Pilaf with Tomato - Rice & Pasta Dishes

Main Course

Haydari - Yogurt Mezes

Cold Meze

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