Turkey's Top Tourist Attractions

Xanthos and ancient cities of Letoon On the Fethiye-Ka˛ Highway, the ancient cities of Xanthos and Letoon in the Seydikemer district of Mula are on the route of those who want to spend time on the Lycian Way. Xanthos, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the capital of Lycia in ancient times. The city of Letoon was a religious center in antiquity. Check out our Dalaman air ticket options. 8. Nemrut Mountain Mount Nemrut, famous for its sunrise view, is located in Adiyaman province. Mount Nemrut, which is on the course of the GAP tour, marks the tomb of Antiochos, King of Kommagene, together with the statues of Greek and Persian gods, forming the Nemrut Mountain National Park. UNESCO is one of the oldest point in the Nimrod entering from Turkey to the World Heritage List, fire altars and wonderful views of the sunrise. Hattushash The capital of the Hittites, Hattusas, is a settlement in the Bogazkale district of Corum and a member of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. To be seen to witness the history of Anatolian civilization, Hattu˛a˛ has been discovered in 5 different culture levels, where life has been over 3,000 BC. Many works in Hattusas, a political, religious and cultural center, are on display at the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara. Grand Mosque and Hospital of Divrii Great Mosque and Hospital, which is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List from Turkey to own the title of the first architecture. The most important touristic value of Sivas, the mosque and the dar¸˛˛ifa, was built in 1229 by Meng¸cekli Bey Ahmad Shah. The mosque is a world-renowned building among the most original works of architectural history. Safranbolu

Safranbolu, which is a tourism paradise of the Western Black Sea, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List with its historical Ottoman houses that you can see in places such as Albania Berat, Macedonia Ohrid, Beypazar˝ and Gˆyn¸k. Safranbolu, which is one of the oldest settlements in the region with its history dating back 3 thousand years, comes from the saffron plant. The region that stands out with cultural tourism is connected to Karab¸k.