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  • Ancient City of Ephesus – This stunning ancient city takes you back into the land where Apostle Paul spent most of his time. Built nearly 3000 years ago by the Greeks, this was once the capital of Roman Asia and is still one of the most spectacular historical sites in the world. A must-visit on your Turkey holidays.
  • Hagia Sophia Museum / Church – One of the finest architectural marvels you’d come across on your Turkey holidays. The sheer sight of its architecture, size, art and mosaics would leave you mesmerised.
  • Kariye Museum – This 11th century Byzantine church has been converted into a museum and is one of the must-visit attractions on your Turkey holidays. It is renowned for its beautiful mosaics and dramatic murals.
  • Blue Mosque – This stunning mosque complex with six minarets was built in the early 17th century. Probably the most renowned attraction on offer on Turkey holidays, Blue Mosque is renowned for its cascade of domes and blue tiles in the interiors.
  • Topkapi Palace – A relic of Ottoman history, a trip to this fascinating palace on your Turkey holidays would have the audio-guide tell you all about Islam and the Turkish culture. The Chamber of Sacred Relics is a must-see with relics such as Moses' staff as well as a tooth and a hair and the cloak belonging to the prophet Muhammad.
  • Antakya Archeology MuseumThis is the second largest mosaic museum of the world housing one of the finest collections of Roman and Byzantine mosaics, you’ll ever see. Don’t miss out on these during your holidays to Turkey.
  • Basilica Cistern – Known popularly as the sunken palace, this stunning underground structure consists of 336 pillars and was once used to water the city. Today, it is a major attraction which no-one on Turkey holidays should miss out on.
  • Troy This fascinating city has existed for more than 4000 years and the remains of the city today are a major tourist attraction. You can experience Homer’s vision as he described Troy and the Trojan War, from the ruins that remain for you to see on your Turkey holidays.
  • Safranbolu – This is the closest you can come to historical Turkey with its Ottoman houses and cobbled roads. The wonderful restoration of the old world charm has got this town listed in UNESCO World Heritage list. A real treat for your Turkey holidays.
  • Pamukkale – Known as ‘Cotton Castle’, these natural calcium waters have been listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Tourists on Turkey holidays must visit this stunning landscape for its breathtaking views.

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