It should come as no surprise that Turkey is now one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. The country’s magical Mediterranean coast benefits from one of the sunniest climates in the world and is home to an extensive range of plush resorts and luxurious Turkish Hotels.
This flourishing resort is famous for its beautiful Düden Waterfalls, and is home to the impressive Hadrian's Gate, an incredibly well-preserved Roman landmark dating back to the 2nd century. The city also features the large Roman Hıdırlık Tower and is revered for its Piyaz dish and excellent seafood.
Near the geographical heart of Turkey, this astonishing natural wonder is known for its dramatic cliffs, Fairy Chimneys, and underground passages, and has been inhabited since the Bronze Age. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cappadocia is also a popular destination for hot-air ballooning, because this is the best way to admire the phenomenal views of the striking landscape and historic caverns. Unlike most other Turkish Hotels, many Cappadocia hotel rooms are in caves, and remain remarkably cool during the hot summer months.
One of the most eye-catching resorts in the Turkish Riviera, Marmaris, attracts many water sports enthusiasts and is noted for its bustling nightlife, superb wines, and crystal-clear emerald waters. The resort welcomes visitors all-year-round and has some of the most prestigious Turkish Hotels, including the 5-star D-Resort Grand Azur and the 5-star Green Nature Resort & Spa. However, there are plenty of other stylish resorts to suit all tastes and budgets.
The enormous multi-continental city of Istanbul is simply too large to describe in one paragraph, but if you're looking for some must-see attractions, visit the alluring 16th-century Süleymaniye Mosque and the astonishing 15th-century Topkapı Palace. Another highly rated attraction in the city is the Rahmi M. Koc Museum, which showcases the history of Turkish industry and transport, and is fun for all the family.
Few beaches can rival the beauty of the Ölüdeniz beach, which overlooks the turquoise Aegean Sea and has received the coveted Blue Flag award for its impeccable cleanliness. This beach is also popular with scuba divers and is adjacent to a spectacular lagoon and nature reserve.
Library of Celsus
Once home to thousands of scrolls, the ancient Library of Celsus, in Ephesus, now a series of ruins, was built in 117 AD and is noted for its impressive Corinthian style columns. It was named after the wealthy Roman consul Celsus and benefitted from a substantial restoration by the Austrian Archaeological Institute in 1910.
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