3 Things You MUST DO in Turkey

Turkey has a rich cultural heritage and is filled with beautiful vistas
(Moyen Brenn)

Due to its unique background and geographical location, Turkey has a rich cultural heritage and beautiful natural scenery. From religious buildings to historical monuments, Turkey is a territory all solo travellers should explore! Experience this quirky country in a way different from most typical tourists!

1. Temple of Artemis – one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World


The ancient Roman city in Turkey is a sighting not to be missed
The remnants of the ancient Roman cities in Turkey

In Turkey, you can find one of the world’s largest and best preserved ancient Roman Cities and one of the seven ancient wonders of the world, the Temple of Artemis – known to be the last residence of Virgin Mary.

In this city littered with sites with religious histories, one has to have a certain level of cultural understanding of Turkey to fully immerse in the Turkey experience. What better way to gain this knowledge than from a guide?

>> Tour of Ephesus, House of Virgin Mary and Artemis Temple 
>> Full Day Tour of Peragamon from Izmir and Kusadasi
>> Full day tour of Troy with entrance fees and meals

2. Breathtaking scenery that makes one fall in love – Cotton Fort


The Cotton Fort is made out of limestone formations
The Cotton Fort in Turkey (Mike Rowe)


The cotton fort in Turkey is a tourist attraction not to be missed
Indulge in a relaxing foot massage with Turkey (Esther Lee)

From afar, you may think that this well-known Turkish limestone formation is snow. Take off your shoes and walk on the Cotton Castle or dip your feet in for a relaxing foot massage – these hard rocks contain water that comes from hot springs!

Here are some other interesting experiences you do not want to miss in Turkey:

>> Pamukkale tour from Kusadasi
>> Derinkuyu underground city and Ihara Valley tour

3. Relax completely and enjoy a trip to experience the unique flavour of Turkey.


Turkey is the place to be for wanderlusters
The amazing skyline of Turkey (Moyen Brenn)

After experiencing the history, culture and wonderful works of nature that Turkey has to offer, it is finally time to relax and meet the locals. Whether you choose a cruise to Istanbul or getting into a carriage to enjoy the mersmerising buildings of Turkey, there’s no better way to conclude your trip than eating homely dishes made by locals.

>> Istanbul classics and Bosphorus cruise
>> Prince’s Island tour

Pack your bags now and wander in this peculiar city today!