A guide for the best Turkish cities for families is recommended to visit, and the most important things that distinguish each region and make it suitable for families and children to spend a special holiday, full of happiness and joy in Turkey and its amazing regions, and here are the most important details for Arab travelers.

The best Turkish cities for families:

Turkey is the undisputed most beautiful country in the world, as it contains many tourist areas in addition to picturesque natural flats, and with many places that can be visited in Turkey, you cannot visit all parts in one tour so it is important to plan well before traveling in order to have a wonderful holiday in Turkey And to be sure to plan your time carefully.
Here are the most beautiful and important cities that you should visit in Turkey, and the many services that you will find in each of them:

Istanbul is the place where two continents meet:

  • The splendor of Turkey starts from the capital, Istanbul, which is one of the most beautiful cities around the world, and tourists come to visit it from everywhere.
  • Istanbul has many impressive tourist places that you cannot find anywhere, making it the preferred destination for tourists between the amazing Hagia Sophia building, which has been transformed from a church to the most important mosques in the capital and then into a museum to express the beauty of Christian paintings and their icons mixed with the prestige of minarets and inscriptions Islamic elegance, in addition to the touch of art that the museum has, which makes it one of the most wonderful things to see in the East.
  • One of the best places to stay is hotels in Sultanahmet which is one of the most vibrant neighborhoods. It contains many elegant hotels and restaurants, and places to buy clothes, in addition to the famous Turkish shawarma.
  • It would be great to move between the sidewalks of Sultanahmet and stroll through the narrow streets with antique stairs and beautiful buildings in order to enjoy the impressive landmarks of Istanbul.
  • You must visit the Galata Bridge in Istanbul and pass through the antique blue mosque with elegant minarets that light up in the evening. You can also take a tour of the spice market known to the sellers who always bargain with visitors on prices.
  • You can visit the Tobi Kappi Palace, which enjoys an amazing view of the Golden Horn and take a cruise in the Sea of ​​Marmara, which was used in the past as the seat of rule of the Ottoman Sultan for hundreds of years.
  • Dolma Palace is one of the most delightful places in Istanbul, and it is one of the most expensive in terms of construction costs, but entry fees to it are very simple and do not exceed 40 Turkish liras.
  • One of the wonderful activities in Istanbul is diving in the wonderful waters, lying on the beach, wandering in the gold markets, ancient antiques, and colorful decor in the part of Harmlik and Salamlik.

Antalya for a refreshing trip:

  • Antalya is one of the most famous cities in Turkey that tourists flock to visit from everywhere, and it comes at number 3 after Paris and London among the most famous tourist destinations.
  • Enjoy a great diversity of recreational activities found in the city thanks to the fresh air and cheerful markets in addition to the presence of many ancient museums that reveal the beauty of Antalya and the beauty of its history, and it contains many traces left by Romen civilization.
  • In Antalya, you will find many antique mosques that enjoy a distinctive view of the sea, the most important of which is the Great Hadrian’s Gate and you will find many shops that offer handicrafts in addition to cafes that directly view the harbor.
  • Do not miss the visit to the ruins of Termisus, which is located half an hour from the city, and the entrance fee is 5 Turkish liras, where you can walk around and see the ancient ruins in addition to the theater that overlooks the great Taurus Mountains, and it is allowed to bring food and drinks to eat in special places in the museum there are no restaurants Inside or cafes.
  • You should visit Duden Waterfalls, which is one of the most beautiful natural places in Turkey, which you will easily reach from the port of Antalya, surrounded on all sides by a very green garden suitable for capturing the most beautiful memorial photos and waterfalls around you from every side.

Goreme, where gin and orcs are:

  • Goreme is located in the Cappadocia Valley in the middle of the country and it is one of the interesting and exciting places for tourists not only because of the beauty of the mountainous nature and greenery in the region, but also because of the great ambiguity around this region of the country.
  • What makes it different from other tourist cities is the absence of elegant hotels or sandy beaches, but you will find rocks that have strange and incomprehensible forms, and going down in Goreme is to stay in caves to get the best unique experience.
  • The national park is one of the most important tourist attractions in Goreme, where you will be able to enter the natural reserves with a fee of 20 Turkish liras to spend the best times in the arms of nature. You can also participate in camping tours to spend nights full of suspense and fun among the strange and strange valleys.
  • Excursions to Goreme include the valley of love, all the way to the valleys of the pigeons and the valleys of florists, and even entering the chimneys of the orcs that the locals in Turkey think are full of gin and goblins.
  • The park is known for its great diversity of rock carvings inside, which makes it the most suitable place to take rare photos. It is 8 kilometers from the city center. You will find the open museum, which contains many houses and churches that were magically carved in the rock, where Christians used to come to it. To practice their rituals away from oppression and injustice, it would be great to watch the sunrise and sunset, and the rocks embrace the sky in a very impressive form.

Izmir, where history and popular markets are fragrant:

  • Chisel is located on the western coast of the state of Turkey and is one of the largest countries in the country and is known for the great diversity of ancient monuments, monuments and vibrant markets.
  • You must visit the Corniche known as the Cordon Buyo in Izmir, where you will find the largest mega centers for hiking and relaxation, and the Corniche is very long as it extends over 4 km and you will find many excellent services between luxury restaurants, cafes and hotels that enjoy direct views of the magician.
  • You can also rent a bike and take a great tour of the Corniche, where there are bike paths and pedestrian paths. The best time to do so is in the early morning or evening.
  • The Sanakak neighborhood in the center of Izmir is one of the most well-known places for stylish hotels and marketplaces that offer international brands at competitive prices to suit everyone. You will also find shops that make small brides.
  • Visit the old bazaar, which is famous for the Kimmerati market. It contains many shops that sell precious stones and jewelry, in addition to accessory stores, buying fish, various spices, and handicrafts. There are also many restaurants that prepare irresistible Turkish food.

The gift of God in his land:

  • Bursa is located at a distance of 3 hours from the capital, Istanbul, and it is famous for the gift of God, on the land of the beauty and charm of this city, which you will not find anywhere else around the world.
  • Borsa is known for the intense poetic streets, and hospitality by tourists-loving people.
  • You should visit the Great Mosque, which is one of the most important ancient monuments, and it is located in the city center, and it was built in 1400 AD, and it is decorated with twenty dome in addition to the beautiful fountains made of marble and distinctive design in the Seljuk manner, and close to it you will find the Green Mosque which is one of the most important places Archeology in the city.
  • Do not miss the visit of Kosa Han Market, which is one of the most important popular markets in Bursa, where the caravans of the silk trek were traveling to the east, and its origins date back to the year 1491 AD, which consists of two floors, in the ground floor you will find many cafes surrounded by dense trees from Each side, where charming natural roses in a very romantic and poetic atmosphere, it would be great to try Turkish coffee in this charming atmosphere.
  • As for the upper floor of the market, you will find many shops specialized in selling Turkish cloth and silk, in addition to Turkish handicrafts, which are well known for the splendor of their materials.

Breakfast in Bursa:

  • In the event that you want to have a delicious Turkish breakfast, you should visit the Ottoman village, which is located 14 minutes from the city center, and it is one of the most beautiful archaeological sites that date back to the nineteenth century.
  • Restaurants in antique buildings offer a wonderful royal breakfast for only 15 pounds. You can also try the cable car in order to reach the National Park “Uludag”, which is one of the most beautiful and best snow parks to practice skiing in the winter. In summer, the situation changes and the ground is very green with sunlight. Warm as it is one of the most beautiful places to hold barbecues and sit in the arms of nature and relax.
  • The park is located 35 kilometers from Bursa, and you can reach it by cable car or bus and it will cost you only 30 TL and you find yourself in the most charming places in Turkey.

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