With a unique location straddling two continents Asia and Europe, İstanbul is the geographical and metaphorical bridge between the East and the West.
The Marmara region of Türkiye will charm you and offers plenty in terms of interesting and varied cuisine.
The Marmara Region has a varied topography, with a wide variety of landscapes, enabling visitors to find something to suit all tastes.
The Marmara Region occupies the northwest corner of the country and represents 8.5% of the total area of Türkiye with its 67,000 square kilometres of land.
Listen to the song of seagulls on Bosphorus, the Thrace region's particular instrument, the voice of small waves of Marmara Sea!
Located north of Tekirdağ, Edirne was an Ottoman capital for many years. The 16th-century Selimiye Mosque, built by architect the Mimar Sinan, is considered an Ottoman classic and can be found in the city centre.
Kırklareli is one of the essential Entry-Exit points of Türkiye. Kırklareli, which has been a transit route for centuries, is fascinating for its magnificent natural structures and cultural monuments and carries traces of various civilizations.
The Province of Tekirdağ , in western Thrace, boasts beautiful examples of Ottoman architecture and extensive beaches, and is known for its vineyards and wine festivals.
Çanakkale is the honourable resting place for the soldiers who lost their lives in the Gallipoli Campaign.
The city of Bursa, southeast of the Sea of Marmara, lies on the lower slopes of Mount Uludağ (Mt. Olympos of Mysia, 2543m), with the city deriving its name from its founder King Prusias of Bithynia.
In the province of Balıkesir interesting historical sites blend harmoniously with nature.
Located in the Marmara Region's southeastern part, Bilecik is where the Ottoman Empire has born. So, you will find a historical richness in this green province!
Sakarya is a city of the province with the same name. It is located on the coast of the Black Sea. The River Sakarya flows through this beautiful location.
The city of Kocaeli, connected to İstanbul by a fast motorway, is an industrial centre surrounded by fruit orchards and vegetable gardens.