The city of Amasya
The city of Amasya (English: Amasya) is located in the northern side of Turkey, and is characterized by its stunning natural scenery, and it is worth noting that the city includes a group of graves located in the area of the highest city, in addition to containing ancient bridges, ancient, and beautiful houses that were built in the style Ottoman.
Istanbul is the largest Turkish city, and this city located between the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara is characterized by its charming scenery and its quiet shores of bright blue color. It is worth noting that it includes a group of tourist and archaeological monuments, including: the Hagia Sophia and the Topkapi Palace, The Blue Mosque, the Beira Museum, and many other landmarks.
The city of Izmir
Izmir, which is famous for its long history, archaeological and tourist attractions, is located along the coast of the Aegean Sea, specifically below a group of hills. It is also distinguished by its charming beaches that are spread by cafes. As for its most important monuments, among them: Velvet Castle (in English: The Velvet Castle, The Konak Pier, and others.
The city of Gaziantep
Gaziantep province is located on the Gulf of Iskenderun, specifically in the southeastern side of the Anatolian Plateau, and it occupies the sixth rank among the largest provinces of Turkey in terms of population, with a population of about 2,005,515 people, according to statistics in 2020, and it is worth noting that the city includes many Among the tourist attractions, and the archaeological sites that are a source of attraction for tourists, the most important of which are: Castle of Gaziantep, and Al-Bouyji Mosque, in addition to many museums, gardens, shopping centers, and others.
Adana is located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, specifically in the middle of the Shurukova region, and it is characterized by its archaeological and touristic monuments, in addition to that it includes a group of gardens and parks, the most important of which are: Ulu Mosque, Ataturk Mosque, Hasan Aga Mosque and Suleiman Demirel Park , The Adana Archaeological Museum, and other monuments.