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  • With cities steeped in history, amazing beaches, and a beautiful countryside, a visit to Turkey

  • promises an enchanted vacation.

  • Diverse offerings such as the ancient ruins of Ephesus to the luxury beach resorts along

  • the Aegean Sea will enthrall and captivate even the most jaded traveler.

  • Istanbul, once the capital of the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires, features prominently

  • in most travel plans but there are many more great destinations.

  • Here's a look at the best places to visit in Turkey.

  • Number 10.

  • Pamukkale.

  • Pamukkale, meaningcotton castlein Turkish, is an unreal landscape in western

  • Turkey, famous for its white terraces.

  • The terraces are made of travertine, a sedimentary rock deposited by water with a very high mineral

  • content from the hot springs.

  • People have bathed in its pools for thousands of years.

  • The ancient Greek city of Hierapolis was built on top of the hot springs by the kings of

  • Pergamon.

  • The ruins of the baths and other Greek monuments can still be seen at the site.

  • Number 9.

  • Mardin.

  • Perched on a strategic hilltop overlooking the plains of Mesopotamia in southeastern

  • Turkey, Mardin is one of the oldest settlements in the region.

  • Mardin is best known for its Old City of sandstone buildings that cascade down the hill.

  • The maze of meandering streets in the Old City leads visitors along terraced houses,

  • mosques, churches and mansions.

  • Many boutique hotels, fashioned from the charming old buildings, have opened in recent years,

  • along with a few upmarket hotels.

  • Number 8.

  • Konya.

  • One of the oldest cities in the world, Konya prospered as a capital city under the rule

  • of the Seljuk Dynasty in the 12th and 13th centuries.

  • Today, buildings from that era can still be admired such as the Aladdin Mosque and the

  • ruins of the Seljuk Palace.

  • Konya was also the home of the Persian theologian and Sufi mystic, Rumi.

  • His mausoleum is a must-see site in Konya.

  • Rumi's followers founded an Order known as the Whirling Dervishes due to their religious

  • ceremonies in which they spin around and around on the left foot while wearing white, billowing

  • gowns.

  • Number 7.

  • Antalya.

  • Nestled along the beautiful Turkish Riviera on the Mediterranean coastline, Antalya is

  • a vibrant city welcoming tourists with numerous resorts, bars and restaurants.

  • Spectacular scenery frames the city with gorgeous beaches and lush green mountains dotted with

  • ancient ruins.

  • From swimming and sailing to mountain climbing and sightseeing, Antalya offers something

  • for everyone.

  • A walk around the Old Quarter, offers a step back into the city's ancient past with views

  • of the old city walls, Roman gates and maze-like streets.

  • Number 6.

  • Edirne.

  • Once the capital of the Ottoman Empire, Edirne's grand past is visible everywhere, as fantastic

  • old imperial buildings, palaces and mosques are scattered around.

  • The Selimiye Mosque, for instance, is a must-see in this delightful city, and the Old Quarter

  • is lovely to wander around.

  • Due to its strategic location and its proximity to Greece and Bulgaria, Edirne has a European

  • feel about it and there is lots of delicious cuisine on offer.

  • A great time to visit is in summer, when the traditional oil-wrestling festival takes place.

  • Number 5.

  • Side.

  • A major port in ancient Greece and occupied by Alexander the Great in the 4th century

  • BC, Side today is a picturesque town of classic ruins and modern day resorts overlooking sandy

  • white beaches.

  • Located on a small peninsula, Side offers fantastic dining and nightlife.

  • Its star attraction is an excavated site of ancient Hellenistic and Roman ruins that include

  • the remnants of a colossal amphitheater and various temples.

  • Featuring narrow streets and attractive gardens, the charming town of Side offers many restaurants

  • ranging from delis and pizza shops to upscale dining in a variety of cuisines.

  • Number 4.

  • Bodrum.

  • Located in the southern Aegean region of Turkey, Bodrum was once home to the Mausoleum, one

  • of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.

  • Today, its intriguing ruins, stunning beaches and cliff-top resorts attract people from

  • all over the world.

  • No visit to Bodrum would be complete without seeing Bodrum Castle.

  • Built from 1402 by the Knights of St John it now operates as a museum.

  • On Bodrum's eastern side, tourists will find a beautiful beach overlooking brilliant

  • blue water.

  • On the western side of town is the marina, shops and restaurants.

  • Number 3.

  • Ephesus.

  • Europe's most complete classical metropolis, Ephesus is an ancient site located in Aegean

  • Turkey.

  • By the 1st century BC, Ephesus was one of the largest cities in all of the Roman Empire,

  • boasting one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis.

  • The ruins of Ephesus are well preserved, making it one of Turkey's most popular tourist

  • attractions.

  • Its attractions include the massive Theater, the Temple of Hadrian and the magnificent

  • Library, a two-story structure that was built to house more than 12,000 scrolls.

  • Number 2.

  • Cappadocia.

  • Situated in Central Anatolia, Cappadocia is best known for its fairytale landscape of

  • unusual formations resembling chimneys, cones and pinnacles.

  • Natural processes such as ancient volcanic eruptions and erosion have all sculpted these

  • odd formations over the ages.

  • Thousands of years ago, mankind added remarkable touches to the landscape by carving out houses,

  • churches and underground cities from the soft rock.

  • Today, some of the caves in the region are actually hotels and cater to tourists.

  • Number 1.

  • Istanbul.

  • Once serving as the capital of the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires, Istanbul today is the

  • largest city in Turkey and one of the largest in the world.

  • Istanbul stretches across a narrow strait that connects Asia and Europe, making it the

  • only city in the world spanning two continents.

  • Top attractions include the Hagia Sophia that's been a Greek Orthodox Christian basilica,

  • then an imperial mosque and now a museum, and the 15th century Topkapi Palace, also

  • a museum today.

  • Get in a little shopping at the Grand Bazaar that's been in operation since 1461.

With cities steeped in history, amazing beaches, and a beautiful countryside, a visit to Turkey

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