Holidays – Why Turkey Is Worth Visiting


Turkey is an intriguing place to spend your next holiday. Antiquity in Turkey exists right next to modern cities and sights. Natural sites vie with modern cities as the focus of a tourist’s attentions. Turkey is a country that is both part of Europe and Asia. It is the cradle of one of the world’s earliest civilizations. Any tourist will be thrilled with the fabulous restaurants and cuisine of this country as well as the night life in the larger cities. Outdoor activities include yachting, ballooning, paragliding and diving! Turkey is bordered by sea on three sides and the coastline is 6,500 km long!

Turkey is at the crossroads of Europe and Asia and is a country of many cultural influences. It has been settled, since ancient times, by thirteen different civilizations. This makes for an interesting cultural mix and the contrast of modern life with all of the sites of antiquity. Turkey offers the world a unique mixture of Eastern and Western culture.

A holiday in Turkey is fun at any time of the year but peak months are April through October. The warm, sunny, sandy beaches are one of Turkey’s big draws. But the cuisine of Turkey is undeniably an excellent reason to visit this country as well. Would you like a meze style meal of small plates, accompanied by one of Turkey’s superb red or white wines and followed by a scrumptious dessert? The cuisine of Turkey is varied and exhibits the influence of all of the cultures that have lived in Turkey. One must visit Turkey to appreciate the distinctive tastes of Turkey!

Any tourist who thinks that they will only find Muslim archaeological sites will be surprised to discover that Turkey is also well known for its Christian history. Visitors can follow in the steps of St. Paul, the early saint who was born in Tarsus. While in Turkey spend some time at a few of its many museums and historical sites. When you are in the Aegean area you might wish to pay a visit to the Archaeological Museum near Konak Square. It is known for its statues of Poseidon and Demeter that once stood in the Agora. The Archaeology Museum in Gaziantep in southeastern Turkey is known for its artifacts from Neolithic, Hittite and Roman times.

A holiday in Turkey will never be forgotten. Feast on the sights, sounds and tastes of Turkey, a country that spans two continents and thousands of years of history!

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