Turkey's Top Tourist Attractions

Pamukkale Pamukkale, located in the same region with the ancient city of Hierapolis, is one of the historical and natural beauties of the UNESCO World Heritage List. Pamukkale Travertines, one of the most well-known natural beauties of our country, is located on a high hill consisting of lime of spring waters. Pamukkale, white, which is even more than a dozen kilometers away, is in Denizli. Istanbul Historical Peninsula Istanbul is the only city in the world with two continents. As in the past, Istanbul is an important hub for intercontinental travel and is full of historical and touristic places. Istanbul Historic Peninsula is the right place to witness the historical past of the city. On the UNESCO List, the Basilica Cistern, Hagia Sophia, the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, the Obelisk and the Archeology Museum and the Museum of Turkish-Islamic Arts coexist. Ancient City of Ephesus The touristic attraction center of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Izmir is between the 12 cities of Ionia, the ancient city of Ephesus. The ancient city in Selcuk, Izmir has a history dating back to the 6th millennium BC bearing the traces of different civilizations. Celcus Library, the Temple of Artemis, the Seven Sleepers Cave and the House of the Virgin are worth seeing in Ephesus Antique City. Cappadocia

Witnessing the traces of nature on earth, Cappadocia welcomes visitors from all over the world every year and is located in Nev˛ehir. With its underground cities, fairy chimneys, wine workshops, rock hotels and balloon tours, Cappadocia is one of the most unique places in the world. SUMELA Monastery Sumela Monastery, which consists of Greek Orthodox monastery and church complex, is located on a steep hill in MaÁka district of Trabzon. Built in Cappadocia with examples of church architecture in the first period of Christianity, S¸mela was built at 150 meters above sea level. The monastery is enlivened once a year with its frescoes and figures on the walls.