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Home to numerous communities and civilizations from the beginning of history, Anatolia is also the harbor of the magnificent Turkish culture.
Turkish culture which has evolved under the influence of various communities over the centuries and spread over the extensive lands of Anatolia attracts the attention for its unique elements. At the crossroads of the East and the West, Turkish culture, from its cuisine to social life, bears the traces of different cultures.
From rituals on special days to family relations, Turkish society still largely adheres to native customs and traditions in many areas of social life. Birth, marriage, holiday celebrations, as well as military service sendoff gatherings are celebrated with great enthusiasm and special preparations. Reflecting the rich Anatolian culture, these traditions are among the most precious heritages of the nation.
Experience the best of Istanbul on this unforgettable experience that combines two best-selling tours at a saving of 10%! Start with a full-day city sightseeing tour by air-conditioned coach, seeing top Istanbul attractions like Hagia Sophia and the Blue Mosque. After your tour, enjoy a couple of hours at leisure before heading to an esteemed Istanbul restaurant, where you’ll sit down to a traditional 4-course Turkish dinner and enjoy a performance of live folk music and belly dancing.
İn Turkish: Sümela Manastırı; Panagia Soumela, “Virgin Mary of Soumela” in Greek) is a spectacular rock-hewn monastery perched dramatically on the narrow ledge of a steep cliff in the forests south of Trabzon. It was built in the fourth century, just before the Roman Empire split into east and west, by two Athenian priests, Barnabas and Sophronius, who, according to legend, found a miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary in a cave.
Side: One of the most amazing corners of Antalya the shining star of the Mediterranean and among the most crucial port cities of antiquity, Side is an irresistible holiday resort
Side which means pomegranate and refers to the mother goddess of Anatolia, was an ancient city that developed its own local language after it was founded in 700 BC.
Belek: mecca for golf enthusiasts and a piece of heaven where shades of green merge with shades of blue
Splendid forest scenery with pine and pistachio trees as well as a magnificent coastline and impressive golf courses and facilities await you for an unforgettable holiday in Belek.
Nemrut: A magnificent historical site located on the eastern Taurus mountain range and the 8th Wonder of the World bearing the most valuable monuments of the Kingdom of Commagene.
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Pakistani official passport holders are exempted from visa for their travels to Turkey up to 90 days.
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