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Galata Tower, one of the city’s most distinctive sights, the tower was built in 1348 by the Genoese, the Byzantine Empire’s greatest trading partners, as part of their fortification of Galata. Since then, the tower has survived several earthquakes & been restored many times. A lift climbs to a viewing balcony with amazing views of the city.

  Kemer
This resort town has been carefully designed to blend in with the surrounding scenery & offers an ideal enviroment for a wonderful holiday. Kemer Beach is a Blue Flag beach (EU criteria for clean beaches). In the (Nomad) Theme Park you can watch traditional crafts people at work. Kemer has nine villages & a coast of 52 kms where the sea, the forest & the mountains blend with each other.
 
  Antalya
Antalya, offering all the mysticism of past in our day, is now called the "Turkish Riviera" due to its natural beauties & its perfect climate throughout the year. Antalya is the place where sea, sun, history & nature constitute a perfect harmony. Antalya features a shoreline of 657 km with beaches, ports & ancient cities scattered throughout. An ideal location for visiting nearby Aspendos, Side.
 
  Aspendos
Aspendos is an ancient Greco-Roman theatre mostly famous for the title of best preserved ancient amphitheatre in Turkey. It was built in 2 A.D. & dedicated to Emperor Markus Aurelius. Because of its excellent acoustic properties, Aspendos ballet & opera festival is held each year attracting thousands of local & international music & art lovers. It has a seating capacity of 17,000 people.
 
  Konya
Situated in the south central region of the vast Anatolian steppe, the city of Konya is famous far beyond the borders of Turkey. The city's renown derives from the nearby ruins of Catalhoyuk & more so, from the shrine of Rumi, the great Sufi poet. Remains of ancient settlements have been discovered on the Konya plain, giving evidence that humans have long favoured this region.
 
 

Goreme
Inhabited since 2000 B.C., Cappadocia's most famous attraction, for good reason, is the Goreme Open Air Museum, a complex of medieval painted cave churches carved out by Orthodox monks. The monastic complex at Goreme was carved out & decorated between 900 & 1200. The area is a combination of history & natural land formations & presents itself as an open air museum.

 
  Urgup
Situated at the foot of Mt. Erciyes in central Turkey, said to be the scene of the mythical showdown between St George & the dragon. The caves are home to a series of underground churches that were decorated by Christian monks in the 10th, 11th & 12th centuries including several of the earliest known representations of St. George. Also known for its cave hotels, its wines & hand made carpets.
 
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