Other Cities in Turkey

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Turkey is home to culturally diverse and architecturally advanced cities. These cities are spread across the country and are connected by a network of modern transport routes. Below are some of the notable cities of Turkey.


Ankara is Turkey’s capital and the second largest city in the country. It is a historical city that is also known as Angora and Ancyra. The city experiences a hot summer and has amazing architecturally gorgeous buildings. There are a lot of attractions in the city as well.


Kas is a little, but beautiful town in Turkey that has a lot to offer in terms of things to do and attractions. The city offers modern shopping facilities in which you can enjoy a great shopping session. Located on the Mediterranean coast, the city offers easy access to the beach.


Located on the Aegean Coast of Turkey, Izmir is an ancient city that was initially founded by the Romans. It has evolved over the years and assumed a more modern look. It is located right at the sea and offers incredible access to the beach. The vibrant nightlife of the city is another feature that makes it even more interesting.


If you are looking to enjoy an exciting experience in Europe marked by interesting trips to the sea and a wonderful beach life, Antalya is the city to visit. It offers dazzling harbor views and blue waters. The city also hosts high-end hotels, restaurants and exquisite accommodation options. The city is considered the fastest growing in the country.


Bodrum is an exciting city that offers a splendid view of the Bodrum Castle. The city has twin bays and stretches from the South West coast to the Aegean Coast. It is a popular gateway to resorts, beaches and the nearby towns.


Located on the Northeastern Turkey coast, Trazbon is a historical city that has a lot of archaeological and ancient structures. The city is also full of attractions that range from the Sumela Monastery to the Boztepe.

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