10 vibes for Marmara Türkiye
Take A Turkish Breakfast In İstanbul
There are so many breakfast options in İstanbul - all with stunning views of the Bosphorus or the city. You can check out Kahvaltıcılar Sokağı (Breakfast Street), a breakfast lovers’ favorite haunt, full of cafés, in Beşiktaş. Or stroll around Beyoğlu until you find the perfect spot. Pierre Loti Hill offers spectacular views of the Golden Horn. On the Asian side, you can find restaurants that are chic and trendy in Kadiköy and Moda, while the Beykoz and Cengelköy neighborhoods offer more of a small-town feel with locally produced cheeses, jams, and preserves on offer.
Take the Cable Car (Teleferik) At Uludağ In Bursa
In the wintertime, Uludağ is a snowy winter wonderland. In the summer, the mountain is a cool, refreshing escape from the warmth. The recently reopened cable car makes getting up and down the mountain quick and simple.
Enjoy the Outdoor Sports in Kocaeli
In Ballıkayalar Nature Park, you can experience rock climbing and enjoy nature by choosing the trekking route that suits you.
Taste “Boza” in Sakarya
Boza is one of the oldest and most traditional Turkish drinks. The traveler named Ibn Battuta mentions boza, a drink consumed by Turks, in his travel book he wrote in the early 14th century. When winter comes, the sounds of boza vendors surround the streets of Sakarya.
Rejunevate At Termal Hot Springs in Yalova
Termal Hot Springs are located in the city center of the Termal district of Yalova and they stand out as the most regular and advanced hot spring area of Türkiye.
The healing water resources of Termal, which has been a place where civilizations have found healing for centuries, are used in the treatment of many diseases today as well. Thermal spring waters offer healing to patients with rheumatic and metabolic diseases, digestive system, liver, gall bladder, kidney and urinary tract diseases, skin diseases, psychological diseases, gynecological diseases, functional disorders and after orthopedic operations.
Follow the First Steps of the Ottoman Empire in Bilecik
Bilecik was the place where Ottoman Empire’s was founded. In Bilecik, you can visit the Ertuğrul Gazi (the founder of Ottoman Empire) Tomb, Şeyh Edebali Tomb, and Söğüt Ertuğrul Gazi Museum.
Join the Kakava Festival And Hıdırellez in Edirne
Hıdırellez is celebrated in Türkiye, on May 5 night and falls on May 6 and it celebrates the arrival of spring. It celebrated as the day on which the Prophets Hızır (Khidr) and İlyas (Elijah) met on Earth. In Edirne, Kakava celebration took nowadays the form of an international festival, to celebrate the Hıdırellez.
Visit the Vineyards in Tekirdağ
The vineyard and wine culture in the region go back to ancient times. In the past, the region’s fine wines were transported from the ports of the region such as Mürefte, Hoşköy, Gaziköy, Uçmakdere to Mediterranean ports in amphoras. Şarköy, which is an important district of Tekirdağ in terms of tourism, is now a brand in wine production with its soil structure and climate suitable for viticulture.
Rewind at Cittaslow Vize in Kirklareli
Vize is located between two former Ottoman capitals: İstanbul and Edirne. Situated between the Black Sea coast and the Istranca (Strandzha) Mountains, the district has a rich historical heritage. Vize was an important administrative and cultural center starting from the Byzantine period. Settlement in the district begins in the time of the Thracians, and dates as far back as 4000 BC.
Explore the Narrow Streets of Bozcaada in Çanakkale
Bozcaada is Türkiye’s third-largest island at 40 km2. It is beautiful the whole year round. As you arrive at the island you are greeted by the Castle overlooking the harbour. The Castle is well worth a visit. You can wander down the narrow streets between beautiful and colourful houses which is very picturesque.