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Istanbul Jazz Festival

Istanbul Jazz Festival – this musical event radiates the city in jazzy lights with over 35 concerts featuring more than 250 musicians both from Turkey and abroad, including some of the most authentic voices in folk, blues, and jazz such as Jools Holland, Marcus Miller, Charnett Moffett, Stanley Jordan, Cyrus Chestnut, Jeff Watts, Chris Potter, […]

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Istanbul Coffee Festival

Istanbul Coffee Festival – held every October at Istanbul Haydarpaşa Gari (railway terminal), this event was established to support coffee culture and provide a place for meeting of people who are interested in coffew — whether they are professional baristas, coffeehouse owners, the ones who are just starting with coffee or others who are already […]

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Foça

Foça (Izmir province) – located six hours south of Istanbul, this is one of the most beautiful spots of the Aegean region. Foça is a lovely vacation paradise that enchants everyone with its scenic beauty and clear sea. One of the cities of the Ionian League of the ancient times, Foça was formerly known as […]

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Electronica Fest

Electronica Fest (Istanbul & Izmir) — being the first and pioneering electronic music festival in Turkey, Electronica Festival has gathered more than 150,000 music lovers, accompanied by more than 600 musicians since its beginning in 2004. Run by Turkey’s leading dance music station, FG 93.7, Electronica Festival is keen on its inclusionary take on electronic […]

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Datça

Datça (Mugla province) — One of the most beautiful peninsulas stretching into the Aegean Sea, Datça lies at the bosom of a bedazzling nature abounding in ancient monuments and artifacts dating back to more than thousand years ago. Settled by the Carians for the first time in 2000 B.C, the importance of the region has […]

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Çeşme

Çeşme (beach town) – located 7 ½ hours via car southwest of Istanbul, Cesme, the site of ancient Erythrai (Ildırı) established by the Cretans as one of the cities of the Pan-Ionian League, is one of the most visited places of the Aegean region today. Named originally Cyssus in the ancient time (and located opposite […]

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Carya Golf Club

Carya Golf Club (Tasliburun Mevkii, Antalya) – located in Antalya’s Belek Region is the first classic, heathland style golf course to be built on Turkey’s Mediterranean coast. Set on undulating sand hills, Carya is a championship golf course at the heart of Turkey’s golf coast. Grown in an extensive nursery on site, Carya’s heather shapes […]

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Burc Beach Kilyos

Burc Beach Kilyos – located an hour north of Istanbul (on land owned by the University of Bogazici), the beach has everything to make you have a good day. It extends over 2 km, has white lovely sand and offers many activities such as sea catamarans, canoeing, kayaking, windsurfing and volleyball courts. There is also […]

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Bodrum

Bodrum (Mugla province)(beach town) – located 10 hours via car (or 1 via plane) south of Istanbul, Bodrum is known as ’’the land of eternal blue’’, a stunning town both for its spectacular nature and variety of ruins with a history estimated to go back to the year 1000 BC. Bodrum is one of the […]

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Ayvalik

Ayvalik (Marmara region) (beach town) — one of the most beautiful holiday resorts of the Marmara region, Ayvalık attracts the attention particularly for its closeness to major cities such as Istanbul and Izmir. Famous for its scenic beauty Ayvalık is also well known for its delicious cuisine. Comprised of a great variety of dishes prepared […]