Top 10 Tourist Places To Visit In Turkey

top 10 tourist places to visit in turkey

Turkey's transcontinental culture clash, its east-west spice mix of influences, flavours, cultures, faiths, and histories, is what makes this country so alluring at the point where Europe and Asia converge. This is a land rich in sensory experience, from its bazaars and mosques to its cuisine and culture; unique and romantic, from its Ottoman palaces to fairytale Cappadocia. Its scenic areas are equally varied.

Read our list of the top tourist destinations in Turkey for suggestions on where to go.

 Niagara Falls

Mosque of Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya)

The Hagia Sophia Mosque (Aya Sofya), regarded as one of the most stunning structures in the world, is not only one of the top things to do in Istanbul but also in Turkey. It was constructed in 537 CE by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian, and it has continued to hold the title of largest church in the world for a thousand years.

Moraine Lake


Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey and one of the biggest cities in the world, was once the capital of the Ottoman and Byzantine empires. Istanbul is the only city in the world to bridge two continents, covering both sides of the Bosphorus, a waterway that separates Asia and Europe.

Istanbul is one of the top tourist destinations in the world thanks to its impressive architecture, historical landmarks, cuisine, shopping, nightlife, and exotic environment.

Banff National Park & the Rocky Mountains


Turkey's Cappadocia, in Central Anatolia, is well-known for its fairytale-like scenery of bizarre structures that resemble chimneys, cones, mushrooms, and pinnacles. These peculiar structures were fashioned over time by natural processes including erosion and previous volcanic eruptions, some of which reached heights of 130 feet (40 meters).

But by carving homes, churches, and underground cities out of the soft rock thousands of years ago, humans added stunning embellishments to the landscape


Nemrut Mountain

The grave mound of King Antiochus I of the Kingdom of Commagene is located on Mount Nemrut, one of the tallest summits in the Eastern Taurus Mountains. The ancient Armenian kingdom of Commagene was eventually absorbed by the Roman Empire in the year 72 AD.

The most renowned king of the realm was Antiochus I. King, other gods, lions, and eagle statues can be found on the funeral mound. The monarch ordered the dedication of the funeral mound so that he might be deified and adored alongside the other gods shown on the stones.

stanley park


Pamukkale, which translates as "cotton castle," was built by mineral springs that have flowed down a hillside for thousands of years in Turkey's Büyük Menderes Valley. The limestone stalactites that flow down the hillside resemble wedding cake icing as they produce petrified waterfalls from the mineral-rich spring water that created the sequence of natural pools of white eau de nil water that are cupped in shallow, organic-shaped ponds of shining white travertine.

Tourists go to see the show, but they frequently miss the historic ruins of Hierapolis, a Greco-Roman spa town constructed around the site's curative springs at its highest summit.

Notre-Dame Basilica

Olüdeniz's Blue Lagoon

This bay's ethereally blue sea and finger of white sand that curves around it have made it the face of the Turquoise Coast. Belcekiz Beach's sands drift into the calm shallows, creating swirling blue and white seascapes reminiscent of the Maldives. The beach is shielded by green-forested promontories that surround it like sleeping dragons. Paragliders are flying overhead, taking in the entire magnificent event from above.

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada


The impressive ruin of Ephesus is a city of enormous monuments and marble-columned streets that should not be missed. This is the spot to experience what life may have been like during the Roman Empire's golden age because it is one of the most complete, still-standing ancient towns from antiquity in the Mediterranean region.

Athabasca Falls

Turkish Palace

Topkap Palace in Istanbul, which is unimaginably lavish, immerses you in the magical, sumptuous world of the sultans. The Ottoman sultans carved out an empire from here in the 15th and 16th centuries, one that would reach up through Europe, over the Middle East, and into Africa.

Bay of Fundy


The ancient fortified city of Halicarnassus, which is now known as Bodrum, was once home to marble structures, temples, statues, paved streets, and the Mausoleum, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is situated in the Mugla Povince in the southern Aegean area of Turkey.

The city was in ruins and a sleepy fishing village until Turkish intellectuals popularised it in the 20th century through their writings. Today, tourists from all over the world come to Bodrum to enjoy its fascinating ruins, gorgeous beaches, and cliff-top resorts.

Old Quebec


Alexander the Great invaded Side in the fourth century BC, when it was a significant harbour in ancient Pamphylia. Today, Side is a gorgeous town with historic remains and contemporary resorts that look out onto sand and white beaches. Side is a wonderful destination for sightseeing, partying, and outdoor activities. It is situated on a small peninsula in Antalya Province along Turkey's Mediterranean coast.

A site of ancient Hellenistic and Roman ruins that has been excavated in Side is its main draw. These ruins include the remains of a huge amphitheatre, an agora, a Byzantine basilica, public baths, marble columns, and several temples. A museum with a collection of Roman statues and antiquities is currently housed in the reconstructed Roman baths. The Temple of Apollo, which overlooks the beach, is a magnificent sight, especially at dusk.

Bay of Fundy

Theater Aspendos

The ancient city of Aspendos, with its well-known historical site and popular tourist destination, the Aspendos Theater, is close to Antalya. The Aspendos Theater, built under the rule of the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, is one of the best-preserved ancient theaters. The grandeur and prosperity of its old metropolis are evident in its astounding dimensions.

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