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Denizli Pamukkale Hierapolis

From Bodrum heading to Yatagan - Mugla via Kale - Tavas you will reach the industrial town of Denizli.  Here you will find...

From Bodrum heading to Yatagan - Mugla via Kale - Tavas you will reach the industrial town of Denizli.  Here you will find many textile factories and workshops along with industrial markets.   Laodikeia Laodikeia is the nearest ancient settlement which you will find 5km along th

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Hakkari

Hakkari is 196km south of Van where the mountains sweep down to the Iraqi Plain below and is the Kurdish heartland.  Tod...

Hakkari is 196km south of Van where the mountains sweep down to the Iraqi Plain below and is the Kurdish heartland.  Today it resembles a building site due to the flood of people forced from their villages from unrest in the region and although it’s main attraction is to trek in the

Hakkari

Bitlis

Bitlis is 44km from the Siirt highway exit and follows a wonderful winding gorge full of hans and old bridges.  Bitlis sits a...

Bitlis is 44km from the Siirt highway exit and follows a wonderful winding gorge full of hans and old bridges.  Bitlis sits at an altitude of 1545m set in a steep sloped valley, is famous for its tobacco and once controlled the pass from Syria to Van, Persia and Armenia.  Before the First

Bitlis

Siirt

This town is located east of Diyarbakir , is a three hour drive away with little of interest in between other than the beautiful s...

This town is located east of Diyarbakir , is a three hour drive away with little of interest in between other than the beautiful stone bridge of Malabadi Bridge with its huge single arch and dates from 1146, Siirt offers a pleasant diversion and can be found 40km south of the 99 highway between Diya

Siirt

Diyarbakir

This old city is on the edge of the Tigris flood-plain protected by huge ancient walls made of black basalt and inside has a maze ...

This old city is on the edge of the Tigris flood-plain protected by huge ancient walls made of black basalt and inside has a maze of cobblestoned streets and alleyways with wonderful mosques, massive hans, stately mansions and fascinating churches.  Inside the Mardin Gate there are shantytown (

Diyarbakir

Elazig

The town is 100km northeast of Malatya with a population of 300,000 is friendly but has an uneasy air to it due to its ethnic mixt...

The town is 100km northeast of Malatya with a population of 300,000 is friendly but has an uneasy air to it due to its ethnic mixture of Kurd, Turk, Alevi and Sunni.  This town was almost completely destroyed by an earthquake in the 1950s and today appears modern and characterless but it does h

Elazig

Malatya

This lively and cosmopolitan city is located 120km north of the Nemrut Mountains and has a population of around 600,000 with upmar...

This lively and cosmopolitan city is located 120km north of the Nemrut Mountains and has a population of around 600,000 with upmarket shops on tree-lined boulevards.  There is not much to see within the city itself but is a very nice place to spend a night before trekking off to the mountains a

Malatya

Adiyaman

The town is located 60km northeast of Gaziantep and is one of the least used starting points for trips to the Nemrut Mountains, an...

The town is located 60km northeast of Gaziantep and is one of the least used starting points for trips to the Nemrut Mountains, and well worth visiting when here is the copper bazaar on the south side of the bus station and just behind there the Kervansaray which is used as a place for tethering ani

Adiyaman

Harran

This village is also known as Altınbaşak, is 45km southeast of Urfa, famed for its beehive style houses, and is now an establish...

This village is also known as Altınbaşak, is 45km southeast of Urfa, famed for its beehive style houses, and is now an established tourist attraction.  The village has links to the bible with references in Genesis 11:31 and 12:4 that Abraham dwelt there on his way from Ur to Canaan, and the s

Harran

Artvin

The road from Coruh River winds and zig-zags for several kilometres before you reach the town and it wide terraces suddenly appear...

The road from Coruh River winds and zig-zags for several kilometres before you reach the town and it wide terraces suddenly appear on a steep slope and it seems to be higher than its 600m elevation.  The Livane Kalesi or Castle is unusually on the river down below but is occupied by the army, a

Artvin

Places to Visit in Pamukkale

Nekropol This necropolis is the largest in Asia Minor, is at the northern end of the old centre and runs along both sides o...

Nekropol This necropolis is the largest in Asia Minor, is at the northern end of the old centre and runs along both sides of the road for almost 2km.  Limestone and marble were used to build the graves although marble was used mainly for the tombs.  On the north side of the necropol

Places to Visit in Pamukkale

Kastamonu

This town is 245km northeast of Ankara and is famed for being the location where Ataturk made his first speech denigrating the &ld...

This town is 245km northeast of Ankara and is famed for being the location where Ataturk made his first speech denigrating the “fez” hat during his campaign against traditional religious headwear in 1925.  Kastamonu is a fairly conservative place and little has changed here since th

Kastamonu

Tekirdag

This charming seaside port is set amongst hills in a bay that gently curves, has retained some of its wooden houses and offers a f...

This charming seaside port is set amongst hills in a bay that gently curves, has retained some of its wooden houses and offers a ferry service to the islands in the Sea of Marmara.  Places to Visit in Tekirdag Points of interest here include the 16th century mosque Rustem Paşa Camii that

Tekirdag

Manisa

This was the ancient site of Magnesia and Sipylus and sits at the base of the Manisa Mountain range located 40km east of Menemen a...

This was the ancient site of Magnesia and Sipylus and sits at the base of the Manisa Mountain range located 40km east of Menemen and is easily reached via Izmir through lovely mountain roads.   History The Greeks destroyed over 90% of its historic centre during their retreat in 1922 althou

Manisa

Hatay

The Hatay region has more cultural links with the Arab world than it does with the Turks as part of it extends into Syria which gi...

The Hatay region has more cultural links with the Arab world than it does with the Turks as part of it extends into Syria which gives it a very interesting mix of different ethnic and religious cultures.  The Hatay became part of the Turkish Republic in 1939 after the Ottoman Empire was brou

Hatay

Mersin

The population in Mersin is 1.5 million and it has the largest Mediterranean port in Turkey, and is one of three large cities...

The population in Mersin is 1.5 million and it has the largest Mediterranean port in Turkey, and is one of three large cities that connect the Ceyhan delta.  {reklam,300,250,1} The modern harbour today has regular ferry connections to Cyprus and although it was settled by the Hittites i

Mersin

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