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The most important places of tourism that attract Arabs in Turkey

The most prominent tourist destinations in Turkey for Arabs
03rd January 2023
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When we talk about the most famous tourist destinations in Turkey, there are many places that deserve to be visited and known. In this context, you should know that the Arabs are the most expatriates and tourists in that country. In this article, the editorial team at Binna Real Estate will highlight the most important places and destinations. that should be on your list.

 

The most important tourist places in Turkey

Through the following paragraphs, you can learn about the most important tourist destinations in that country.

The city ​​of Ephesus

Ephesus is an ancient city located in the western part of modern Turkey and was once one of the most important cities of the Roman Empire and a major center of early Christianity. The city is famous for its well-preserved ruins, which offer visitors a glimpse into life in the ancient world.

The city dates back to the 10th century B.C. and was once home to a thriving population of over 250,000 people. The remains of Ephesus include impressive monuments such as the Library of Celsus and the Temple of Artemis, both listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Other attractions include the Odeon, the theater, and the Agora, which was one day a bustling market.

Ephesus also has an impressive legacy in early Christianity and is where Saint Paul preached in the first century AD and where Saint John wrote his Gospel and the Book of Revelation.

 

Aya Sofia

Hagia Sophia is one of the most famous mosques in Turkey and is located in Istanbul. It is a symbol of the city's rich history and cultural diversity. Hagia Sophia was built in 537 AD by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. It was originally constructed as a Greek Orthodox cathedral that served as the seat of the Patriarchate of Constantinople and over the centuries. It was used as a church and mosque until it was finally converted into a museum in 1935.

The stunning architecture of Hagia Sophia is a blend of Byzantine and Ottoman styles, making it a testament to the city's multicultural history. Its colossal 56-meter dome is supported by four massive marble columns. Inside, visitors are greeted by a massive interior decorated with hundreds of intricate mosaics and marble walls.

 

KidZania Istanbul

KidZania Istanbul in Turkey is a unique child-sized city where children can play roles and explore their dreams. It is a unique interactive experience that combines education, entertainment and fun. Children can play the role of a firefighter, doctor, banker, chef or any other profession they want to explore, and they are provided with a uniform Authentic and tools to use while they work At it Through the range of available activities and realistic role-playing scenarios, children can learn about professions and the real world.

Kids can also shop in KidZania stores, buy items from the bank, drive around in their very own mini cars, fly in a helicopter, and even put out fires. All activities are supervised by professional staff who ensure safety at all times.

 

Topkapi Palace

Topkapi Palace is a historical landmark located in Istanbul. It was built in the 15th century by Sultan Mehmed II and served as the main residence of the Ottoman Sultans for nearly 400 years. The palace is known for its intricate architecture and extensive grounds, including four main courtyards and many smaller buildings.

Today, Topkapi Palace serves as a museum and a popular tourist destination and visitors can explore the palace's many rooms, courtyards, and gardens, as well as its collections of artifacts from the Ottoman era.

 Highlights include the Harem, a complex of private apartments used by members of the Sultan's family, the Treasury and the Imperial Council Hall. Other attractions include several mosques, an armory and a museum dedicated to Islamic art.

 

Anatolian Civilizations Museum

The Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, located in Ankara, is a prime destination for those interested in exploring Anatolian civilizations and this museum houses one of the most comprehensive collections of artifacts from the Paleolithic period to the present day.

 Visitors can marvel at artifacts from the Neolithic Age, such as stone tools, pottery, and statues, and the Bronze Age, including sculptures, paintings, and jewelry; And many other eras The museum also includes many interactive exhibits that allow visitors to explore the history of Anatolia through immersive experiences. The museum's collection includes more than 10,000 artifacts from all over Anatolia, making it one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of its kind in the world.

 

Pamukkale

Located in southwestern Turkey, Pamukkale is a popular tourist destination known for its stunning white limestone terraces. The terraces were formed from the area's calcium-rich thermal waters, which have been used as a spa since ancient times. Ancient cities, such as Hierapolis, were also built on these terraces. Now it is a World Heritage Site and is protected by UNESCO.

Visitors can explore the ruins of Hierapolis and enjoy the beauty of the limestone terraces. The unique geological structure of Pamukkale provides visitors with an unforgettable experience. Visitors can also enjoy several thermal pools, including Cleopatra's pool and the ancient pool.

Besides beautiful landscapes, it is also known for its rich history. The city was first founded by the Persians in 190 BC and later conquered by Alexander the Great. Over time, many different rulers have called the region home, including the Romans and the Byzantines.

 

Cappadocia

Cappadocia in Turkey is a geological wonder known for its stunning landscapes of caves, fairy chimneys, and underground cities. Located in central Anatolia, this region was formed by a combination of volcanic eruptions and erosion over thousands of years. The unique rock formations are made of tufa, a soft volcanic stone eroded by wind and rain to the distinctive shapes we see today.

The region's distinct topography has made it a popular tourist destination for centuries, and Cappadocia is home to many ancient attractions, such as the rock-cut churches of Goreme Open Air Museum and the mighty Uchisar Castle. Visitors can also explore several underground cities in the region, most notably Derinkuyu, Kaymakli and Ozkonak.

 

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