It is because…
…Turkey offers a wide variety of safe travels full of unforgettable memories covering the mystique of the Past and the Attractions of Today
…in every region of Turkey you find a different History, Culture, Landscape, People, Handicraft, Food and Smell
…bearing a very rich Cultural Heritage, it is one of the “Must” countries to visit in the World in your lifetime
…meeting up with the locals both in the cities and villages you experience their way of life and enlighten yourself with their colorful Customs and Traditions
…you can travel in the whole country as in a Time Machine exploring the ancient sites and monuments starting from the Prehistoric Times
…it has a unique location in the world, occupying the whole of Classical Asia Minor (Anatolia) and a small portion of eastern Thrace in Europe (click map of Turkey)
…in the city of Istanbul you can see the two continents “Europe” and “Asia” at the same time looking over the bridges of “Bosphorus”, the most famous waterway of the World
…sitting astride the land and sea routes connecting Europe and Asia, the Black Sea with the Mediterranean, you can think that there is not any other city in the world such as Istanbul that has a perfect position.
...touring through Turkey, you can see that the modern days roads being used today are those that have been used since the “Neolithic” period from where obsidian trade trails, ancient trade routes, “Persian” and “Roman Royal Roads” and the famous “Silk Road” passed
...you can walk on the footsteps of the Alexander the Great and follow the steps of St. Paul
...you can explore hundreds of the ancient sites of the Hattis, Assyrians, Hittites, Phrygians, Urartians, Lycians, Carians, Pisidians, Cilicians, Lydians, Bythinians, Galatians, Commagenes, Pergamenes, Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks and Ottomans… Is it because…
...taking a blue voyage you can easily follow the ancient sea routes along the Mediterranean and Aegean Sea and visit the old sheltered bays, harbours, ancient sites and fortresses to look for the traces of the ancient Seafaring People and the Pirates
...hiking up to the temple of Athena at Assos, you can enjoy a sunset over the Greek Island Lesbos and raise your glass of wine saying cheers to Aristotle who taught philosophy at the stoa of the ancient city Assos, located on the Northwestern coast of Turkey
...you can watch maybe the most magnificent sunrise sitting by the colossal statue heads of the Gods and the statues of the Royal family members of the Commagene dynasty on the top of the Nemrut Mountain located in the Southeastern region of Turkey.
...walking in the Medreses’ (religious schools) of the Seljukian period, you can see how they reflected their interest of cosmology on their artworks.
...you can find yourself visiting the perfect mosques, baths, fountains and palaces of the great Ottoman Empire.
…you can learn about the modern day literature, music, art and architecture of Turkey strolling through her streets.