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Kusadasi is located on the Aegean coast of Turkey and it is one of the most famous holiday resorts of the country. In the summer time people come here for an unforgettable holiday. Why do many people come here? Because Kusadasi has beautiful beaches, crystal clear water and the night life is very active here. During day time people enjoy sunbath and swim in the clean water and then they spend all their energy by dancing at the night clubs till sunrise. Young Irish people really love this pretty holiday resort because of the warm weather and for fun. There is a special bar street for Irish people in Kusadasi including the popular bars Jimmy’s Irish Bar, Kitty’s Irish bar etc...

All they are located side by side on this street. Normally in many Muslim countries alcohol is not allowed but in Turkey all restaurants and night clubs serve drinks with alcohol. It is possible to have crazy unforgettable nights in Kusadasi. People come here also for visiting old historic sites such as Ephesus…


The region known as Cappadocia includes the centres of Ürgüp,Goreme, Avanos,Uchisar,Derinkuyu,Kaymaklı and Ihlara. It is a stunning area of other-worldly rock formations, subterranean churches and underground dwellings, the scale of which is over-whelming.Cappadocia is a geological oddity of honeycombed hills and towering boulders of otherworldly beauty.The fantastical topography is matched by the human history here.People have long utilised the regions soft stone,seeking shelter underground and leaving the countryside scattered with fascinating troglodyte-style architecture.Cappadocia was a refuge for the early Christians,who escaped persecution by living and worshipping underground. There are an estimated 3000 rock churches in this region,not all of which are open to the public The village of Goreme itself is at the heart of the areas tourist industry, and many of its villagers still live in cave dwellings, some of which have been converted into pensions. Surrounding the area are t…


Roman&Byzantine İstanbul The Byzantine area in İstanbul considered to have begun in 300BC with Emperor Constantine the great announcing the city as Byzantimum and the capital of the eastern Roman Empire. The city came to be known as Constantinople or the city of Constantine from that time.Both cities are spread across seven hills with the settlement of old İstanbul confined by the sea of Marmara and the Golden Horn. Shortly after the city became the capital,the power of Rome shifted eastwards and Constantinople became centre for Christianity and Greek culture.During the reign of Byzantine Empire the city was adorned with many artistic and architecturel Works.Roman Temples were replaced by churches and many new churches,inc  the Hagia Sophia,Which became largest building in the world for a thousand years,were built in the four corners of the city. During Constantines Imperial rulet he city witnessed great change and development with the hippodrome,aqueducts,city walls,palaces,and s…


This palace was built in 1856 and the otoman emperors continued ruling the country from here. In the 19th century a lot of Western influence was present in the Ottoman Palace. So there is a striking taste of Baroque architecture in this building. Actually a mixture of European architectural trends of the time, this style came to be known as ‘’Turkish Rokoko’’. Stretching 600 meters along bosphorus, this magnificent building is where Ataturk the founder of the Turkish Republic died in 1938.



While you are walking around the country you may see Turkish men playing with a string of beads.They are size hand span,different colored.33 rounded and 1 rectanqularish string of beads thats is actually made for praying.İt is used to trock of caounting prays however by the years it became such a common thing to hold in hand for Turkish men without religious motivation. Rosary might be made from onyx,quartz,turquoise. Its very easy to find rosary. You can buy rosary in souvenir shops all aroud Kusadasi city centrum. If you are looking for a gift for your father or father in low, maybe this is it!! Visit:


History of Turkish Bath The History of Turkish Bath dates back to the Roman times and the importance of the concept in Ottoman and Turkish cultures is great.The Roman concept of baths evolved over time and it became a Turkish tradation eventually.Like so much else in Turkish culture,the hamam dates back to the Ottoman Empire.The steam bath in Ottoman times had three basic functions:a place for social gathering;ritual cleansing connected to the Muslim faith, which required spiritual and physical cleanliness;and an architectural witness to the sultans greatness,power and wealth. The most impressive examples of hamam architecture are found in Istanbul,capital of the Ottoman Empire and former capital of the Byzantine Empire.The Byzantines considered themselves the direct cultural and political successors to the Roman Empire, where public baths were a staple feature of the community.The Ottomans adopted and continued this practice when they conquered the Byzantines in 1450.No expenses were…


Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry made of layers of filo filled with chopped nuts and sweetened and held together with syrup or honey. It is characteristic of the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire and is also found in Central and West Asia
In Turkey, dessert is often a social ritual a course meant to be shared. At any time of day or night, friends can be found congregating to sip Turkish coffee or tea from dainty glasses, and should you care to accompany that beverage with a roll, pastry or snack, theres much to choose from. Baklava is just the tip of the iceberg.You fell in love with the countrys vast range of desserts, while developing a far deeper understanding of the Turkish sweet tooth.
The pastry comes in numerous shapes,sizes, and flavors;walnut baklava and pistachio baklava are what you see most often in the States: flaky layers of phyllo dough, stacked and brushed with butter and sugar syrup, and then cut into rectangles or diamonds. But keep an eye out for other variation…


Kusadasi is one of Turkey’s principle holiday resorts.Situated on the west coast of Turkey.90km South of İzmir.Kusadasi is reputed for one of the most attractive city of the Aegean as its close to the importand historical sites inc. Ephesus,Priene,Miletus and Didyma. In the 10th century BC 12 Ionian Cities Samos, Khios,Miletos,Priene,Ephesus,Teos,Erythrai,Priena,Klazonemi,Lebedos,Phokaia,Colophon,Smyrna,were established and reputed  for the most developed cities of that age. Asthe annual meeting place of the Ionian League, Panionian, was founded around Kusadasi; the cities of Phygale, Marathesion and Neopolis were established within the borders of the city. During the period, the ports of Phygale and Neopolis were not busy and necessary, as they were close to the famous trading centers and ports, Miletos and Ephesus.    The city was invaded by Persians around the year of 546BC. In 200BC Kusadasi and its environs were dominated by the Roman Empire, and with the division of the Roman E…


Izmir is a city and third most populous city in Turkey.  West of the Anatolian Peninsula, which the city is  located around the middle of the Gulf of Izmir and the  Aegean Region is an important exhibition center and  port city of Izmir International Fair regulate every year. As the countrys surface area is the twenty-third largest city.

 West of the Aegean Sea and the Aegean Islands, south of Aydin, Balikesir north, east are the Manisa. Izmir in the west sea,  Cesme Peninsula extends its beaches and thermal centers. Among the most famous cities of the ancient Ephesus, the Roman  imperial era was one of the worlds largest cities. All Ionian incorporates the richness of culture, Ephesus had a reputation for intense artistic activity. For this purpose, "Beautiful İzmir", "Old Istanbul" and "La Perla de lIonia" (Pearl of the Ionian) was called. Izmir, yachts and is located  at the beginning of a long and narrow bay surrounded by ships. palm trees along the b…


This is 400 years old mosque came to be known as the Blue Mosque because of the blue tiles adorning its interior walls.This mosque is currently operational and locals fill up this place 5 times a day for their prayer rituals.



Shopping in Kusadasi Kusadasi offer you a great  experiance with its bazaars, local open markets and  numerous shopping malls  besides its all other beauties  and opportunities.Here is some advice we think will help you at  shopping.
*You dont have to carry cash for shopping in Kusadasi.Credit and debit cards are accept  in almost all shops. *Altough the history of shopping malls doesnt go far back,there are now numerous malls  in Kusadasi where you can find almost everything you want.The malls are accessible from  most districts and a standart shopping malls accommodatesclothing stores,book stores, technology stores and also food courts with many options to eat and drink. *There are several streets and avenues in central Kusadasi that are famous for shopping spots. Especially Kusadasi Grand Bazaar,Kusadasi City Bazaar,Ege Port Shopping mall,Marina Shopping  mall and biggest one is Kusadasi AVM shopping mall where just 5 km outside Kusadasi. *The Kusadasi Grand Bazaar is near the Kusadasi Port and host…


Kemal Atatürk(1881-1938),Turkeysnational hero,was amilitary commander of genius and astatesman with few equals. If you visit Turkey youll want to know at least the basics about Atatürk because his image is everywhere and his influence is still alivegenerations after his death(in 1938). What did he do? He took a defeated, demoralized, poverty-stricken medieval theocratic monarchy and reshaped it into a vibrant, progressive, democratic secular republic. In other words, he turned black into white almost single-handedly. A boy named Mustafa was born into the family of a minor official in Ottoman Salonika (Thessaloniki) in 1881. Excelling at mathematics in school, his teacher gave him the nickname Kemal(Excellent).He went on to attend the Ottoman military staff college (Harbiye) inIstanbul. He joined other "Young Turks" to reform Turkeys government and society in the last years of the 19th century. Unfortunately, it was his far less talented colleagues who took power from the sul…

Turkish Coffee

Turkish coffee is a unique part of the human history. It became the reason that coffee is one of the most consumable beverages of our planet today. Here you will find all the useful information about it and much more. Welcome to the largest and most detailed website of Turkish coffee. “Have you ever tasted Turkish style coffee?” If your answer is “NO” then you are missing the chance to experience the oldest known coffee making tradition. It influenced coffee culture worldwide. If you are new to this type of coffee then you will enjoy a knowledge trip. An experience you will never forget. If you are a coffee expert (connoisseur) then you will find a lot of tips to improve your abilities. These valuable explanations will open new horizons in your coffee making technique. Since 2013 Turkish coffee is in UNESCO’s “Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity” list. This list contains the important cultural heritages worldwide. UNESCO protects and promotes them among its member countries. Turkish …


Daily trip to Pamukkale  Pamukkale, meaning "cotton castle" in Turkish, isa natural site in Denizli Province in south western Turkey. The city contains hot springs and travertines, terraces of carbonate minerals left by the flowing water. It is located in Turkey's Inner Aegean region, in the River Menderes valley, which has a temperate climate for most of the year. The ancient Greco-Roman and Byzantine city of Hierapolis was built on top of the white "castle" which is in total about 2,700 metres (8,860 ft) long, 600 m(1,970 ft) wide and 160 m (525 ft) high. It can be seen from the hills on the opposite side of the valley in the town of Denizli, 20 km away. Tourism island has been a major industry. People have bathed in its pools for thousands of years. As recently as the mid-20th century,hotels were built over the ruins of Hierapolis, causing considerable damage. An approach road was built from the valley over the terraces, and motor bikes were allowed to go up…


Fullday Tour to Ephesus, Artemis Tempels and Virgin Mary House Take a day out of your Turkey vacation to get acquainted with Ephesus and Artemis Tempels.This exciting day trip to Ephesus includes a steady-paced hike up Antique City Histori and a visit to the Artemis Tempels of Selçuk, plus a 7 Sleepers and atour of the UNESCO-listed digs at Ephesus. Hearthe history froma local guide.
Highlights Day trip to AntiqueCity and Artemis Tempels from Ephesus with an expert guide Hike up the side of the Antique City and walk along its ridge, gazing into the Antique City Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour The hike to the Antique City of Ephesus  is rewarded by phenomenal views and the guide for the Ephesus tour really brings the ruins to life,  is a wonderful break from an active day. Virgin Marry House The House of the Virgin Mary is a Catholic and Muslim shrine located on Mt. Koressos in the vicinity of Ephesus, 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) from Selçuk in Turkey.
The house was discovered in the 19th cen…


Misafirlerimizi sabah saat 08:30-09:30 arası otellerinden ve belirtilen yerlerden alındıktan sonra buluşma noktasına geliyoruz.Bütün araçlar geldikten sonra buradan ayrılarak Samsun Dağına doğru yola çıkıyoruz.Denizseviyesinden yaklaşık 1200 metre yükseklikte buluna tepeye tırmanışta kullandığımız yol tamamen dağ ve eski orman yoludur.Bölgede bulunan Eski Mermer Ocağı, Eko Vadisi,Manastır,Yangın Havuzu,Şelale ve Zeus Mağarasını ziyaretediyoruz.Öğlen yemeği dağda mangallar yakılıp barbekü şeklinde hazırlandıktansonra ‘’Tavuk-salata-meyve’’ şeklinde siz misafirlerimize sunulmaktadır. Tur dönüşünde ise Türkiyenin 14km ile ikinci en uzun  plajına sahip olan LongBeach de 45 dakikalık yüzme molası veriyoruz.Turumuz yaklaşık olarak 17:30 gibimisafirlerimizin otellerine ve belirttikleri yerlere bırakılmasıyla sona ermektedir.

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Kuşadası ilçesinde bulunan Dilek Yarımadası Milli Parkının karşısında yer alan Samos Adası,feribot ile Kuşadası’na sadece bir saatlik uzaklıktadır.Turumuz sabah saat 07:00-08:00 saatleri arasında otellerinizden ya da belirlenen noktalardan siz değerli misafirlerimizi alıp Kuşadası Limanına bırakıyoruz.Burada acenta yetkilisi arkadaşımız feribot check -in işlemleri için gümrüğe gidiyoruz. Saat 09:00 da limandan ayrılıyoruz. Saat 10:30 da Samos limanına varıyoruz. Samos’ta 6 saat boş vaktimiz var. Bu sürede Kokari, Avlakia, Pythagorio gibi Samos’un turistik yerlerini ziyaret edebilirsiniz. Ayrıca araç kiralama, motor kiralama yaparak bu küçük adayı keşfedebilirsiniz. Dönüş için saat 17:00 da Samos limanından ayrılıyoruz.18:30 da Kuşadası limanına varıyoruz. 19:00 – 19:30 arasında otelinize dönüyorsunuz.

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Sabah saat 08:00- 09:00 arası misafirlerimizi otellerinden ya da belirtilen yerlerden alıyoruz. Tur rehberimiz eşliğinde 4 farklı tarihi yer gezisine başlıyoruz. İlk önce Dünyanın eski Yedi Harikasından birisi olan Artemis Tapınağı’na gidiyoruz. Tanrıça Artemis ithaf edilmiş ve tamamen mermerden yapılan bu tapınak M.Ö 550 yılında tamamlanmıştır. Daha sonra doğal afetlerden yıkılıp ve hasar gördükten sonra günümüzdeki halini almıştır. Daha sonra Efen Antik Şehri’ne gidiyoruz. Efesin kuruluşu M.Ö 6000 yıllarınadayanır ve Klasik Yunan döneminde on iki İyonya şehirlerinden bir tanesi olupdaha sonra önemli bir Roma kenti olmuştur. Rehberimiz eşliğinde  Hadrian Tapınağı ,Serapis Tapınağı,Meryem AnaKilisesi,Yukarı Agora ve Bazilika ,Odeon,Umumi Tuvalet,antik çağın 3.cü enbüyük kütüphanesi olan Celcus Kütüphanesi’ni ve en büyük açık hava tiyatrosuolan Efes Antik Tiyatro’sunu  ziyaretediyoruz. Ardından EfesAntik Şehrine 7km uzaklıkta ,Bülbül Dağ’ı eteklerinde yer alan ve Hz.İsa’nınannesi olan…