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Uludag ski center is the most popular ski resort which is near to Istanbul, it is easy and reachable with a daily tour. Here let's talk about how to have a nice and comfortable ski tour starting from Istanbul
Although İstanbul is Türkiye's gastronomy center with lots of local and international restaurants, street food is also delicious! Throughout, street food culture is a pervasive and common thread of everyday life. From snacks to full meals, it’s easy to grab something tasty on the streets of İstanbul. Here are the 10 unmissable street foods of İstanbul: Simit, Balık Ekmek (Fresh Fish Sandwiches), Kestane (Chestnuts), Tantuni, Midye Dolma (Stuffed Mussels), Kumpir (Baked Potatoes), Tavuk Pilav (Chicken with Rice), Çiğ Köfte (Bulgur Patties), Fresh Almonds on Ice.
Located at the junction of the two best seas in the world, the Aegean and the Mediterranean, Bodrum is home to 67 blue-flag beaches. A blue flag is a stamp of approval given to the cleanest waters, making Bodrum one of Türkiye's most prominent beach holiday destinations.
Turkish breakfast is a great way to start your day. Çay (Turkish Tea served in tulip shaped glasses) is accompanied by local cheeses, jams, honey, tomatoes and olives with local breads. Sometimes there will be eggs, cold meats, savoury pastries and seasonal fruit too.
Bodrum is world renowned as a paradise for tourists featuring charming neighbourhoods, various ancient sites for sightseeing, exquisite bays, turquoise sea, mild Mediterranean climate, modern transportation, and vibrant night life.
With a unique location straddling two continents Asia and Europe, İstanbul is the geographical and metaphorical bridge between the East and the West. It has been home to a vast array of different civilizations and boasts some stunning natural richness.
The Ihlara Valley is an incredible gorge with a stunning river running right down the heart of the valley for 16 km within the volcanic rock. It’s a great spot for a relatively easy walk in peaceful, leafy nature. It’s also a hub for cave churches – you’ll come across many of them along the trail!
The Mevlevi culture is an ascetic Sufi order founded in 1273 in Konya, from where it gradually spread throughout the Ottoman Empire. Today, it can be found in many Turkish communities throughout the world, but the most active and famous center of the order’s activity is in Konya.