For eleven days, the Turkish city of Konya will host one of the most exquisite ceremonies of spirituality with the mesmerising beauty of the Whirling Dervishes honouring Mevlana, the great Sufi mystic.
Thousands of people will gather[...]
Beypazarı is a district of Ankara, which takes place in the Central Anatolia region. Even though Beypazarı is a small district, it has a great value in terms of history, architecture, and tourism. Today, Beypazarı is mainly known for[...]
The Cappadocia Underground Cities, found mostly in the Nevsehir region in central Turkey, are a series of magnificent subterranean cities built by the Troglodytes or ‘cave goers’. Of the almost forty known Cappadocia[...]
The underground is as enchanted as the above ground in Cappadocia! So much that you can get on balloons and walk to the sky and valleys, go down to natural miracles and underground cities and touch the mystery of history. In Cappadocia,[...]
Most museums are designed in glass buildings but in Cappadocia, the authentic cave dwellings that connect to the past are open air. Located uphill, in the most popular town in Cappadocia is Goreme Open Air Museum. It’s one of the[...]