Why Istanbul Tours ?
Istanbul, which was known as capital of the capital cities, and created huge peace geographies with reigning to first Roma, and then Eastern Roman (Byzantium) Empire and continents, and was the capital city of Ottoman Empire, is going to a modern future with preserving magnificence of history with proud. Variety in Istanbul is really charming the visitors. It is serving infinite nuances with its museums, churches, palaces, mosques, bazaar places and natural beauties. When you lean against backside at the coast of the strait, you feel Istanbul as "center of the world" and understand why people select this extraordinary place centuries before with watching the reflection of the red at sun set from the houses at the coast.
Why Cappadocia Tours ?
Cappadocia Region and displays a beautiful combination of nature and history. The geographic movements had formed the "Cappadocia peribacalari" and during the historical development process, mankind had settled and inhabited these natural wonders, fairy chimneys and carved houses and churches inside these formations and adorned these settlements with frescos, carrying the traces of the thousands of years of their civilizations. The current Cappadocia Region is an area covering Nevsehir, Aksaray, Nigde, Kayseri and as for the more narrow rocky Cappadocia Region, Uchisar, Urgup, Avanos, Goreme, Derinkuyu, Kaymakli, Ihlara will be included.
Why Ephesus Tours ?
Ephesus, which was one of the twelve Ion cities, developed as a result of the union of the Ion immigrants with the natives living near the temple of Kybele. Afterwards, the spectacular temple built for this goddess who then took the name of the Greek Goddess Artemis, would be famous as one of the seven wonders of the world. Like the other Ionian cities, Ephesus was ruled by Lydia, Persia, Macedonia and lastly by Roman rulers. This city was one of the most popular cities of the ancient world and was given special attention by many Hellenistic kings. For instance it is known that Lysimakhos built this city and gave it his wife, Arsinoe's name, and that the king of Pergamon Attalos II, enlarged the port. Because the Romans made Ephesus the capital of the Asian State, the city became one of the biggest settlements in Anatolia. The city was an important centre for Christianity at this time.