Posts Tagged ‘Turkey’
Undoubtedly, Pamukkale (Cotton Castle in Turkish) is one of the cultural and historical attractions and more important flow of tourists every year in Turkey . This natural wonder located southwest of the country that shares the northern part of its territory and southern Europe to Asia , is located in the province of Denizli , more precisely in the Menderes River valley.
This beautiful natural decoration work is surrealistic forms and shapes changing as visitors approach it. The truth is that this string of springs of thermal water temperature to 35 °, made Pamukkale become a strategic location for settlement of different populations in Turkey.
These blue pools that are more than 350 kilometers from Istanbul , Turkish capital, cracks form in the limestone underlying the soil, attract thousands of people who want to immerse themselves in the waters for the healing power that they possess.
-The Topkapi and Dolmabahce palaces. The two most famous palaces of Istanbul were once residences of the Ottoman Sultans. The Topkapi Palace is an example of Islamic-Ottoman architecture, while Domabahce’s architectrure is European in style.
-Istanbul Archaeological Museum. Turkey has prided itself over its archaeological treasures – Greek, Roman, Byzantine and Muslim, among others. In this museum you can find nice specimens and relics of these taxes.
Evening, day one
If you are a person who likes to walk at night clubs, Istanbul will satisfy you. First night of two-day tour of the city, you should sample the nightlife in bars and clubs along Read the rest of this entry »
City of Istanbul in Turkey has indeed the best of both worlds, in the most literal of senses. Istanbul is the only city in the world that bridges two continents – Europe and Asia – so tourist can see on a visit to Istanbul the progressive influences of Europe on the town with dazzling mysterious and tantalizing touch of Asia. We can say that this is the city where east meets west.
If you only have two days on tour Istanbul, how should you use it so you can make the most of your Turkish holiday in the city? These are our suggestions for how to spend a two-day trip to Istanbul.
Morning, day one
In the morning the first day Read the rest of this entry »