Turkey’s five popular Coastal Cities to visit


Istanbul is a transcontinental city, overlapping the Bosphorus strait between Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara. Istanbul offers a great deal in the way of history, culture, food and entertainment. Istanbul is the most populous city in Turkey and the country’s cultural, economic and historic centre.  Due to its historic nature every year Turkey attracts millions of tourist. Due to high demand, the cost of travelling is very competitive; therefore it’s best to search online, in advance cheap flights to Turkey to get best travel deals.

The Istanbul city is the fastest growing metropolitan economies in the world; many people visit the city and arrange their cheap flights to Turkey Istanbul in advance to avoid disappointment. The top five places to visit in Istanbul include The Hagia Sophia, The Blue Mosque, the Topkapi Palace, the Grand Bazar and the Suleymaniye Mosque.


Antalya is the largest city on the Mediterranean, also known as the Turkish Riviera, offering over 300 days of sunshine, fantastic beaches, resort towns, luxury hotels, a myriad of water-front bars and restaurants and great shopping.

Antalya city is one of the largest Turkish city, and a great resort destination for tourists, offering over 300 days of sunshine.It is also known as the Turquoise Coast for its blue waters. Tourists enjoy their stay, as along the beaches there are many hotels; people enjoy the outdoor activities like diving, golfing and hiking the 500 km Lycian Way footpath. The most famous places to visit are the Hadrian’s Gate, Antalya Museum, Duden Waterfalls, Konyaalti Beach and Karaalioglu Park. The British travellers can price compare for their cheap travel, and fly direct to Antalya with Thomas Cook Airlines which fly from major cities of the UK and offer cheap flights to Turkey from London UKand other major cities.


Izmir is Turkey’s third largest city, after Istanbul and Ankara. This city is one of the most westernized cities in Turkey and surrounded by mountains forming a beautiful natural harbour. Visiting Izmir is best for those tourists who prefer beach holidays. The city also offers lively clubs and bars, good restaurants and local bazars for great bargains. The most famous places to visit in Izmir are the Clock Tower, Kemeralti Bazaar, Kadifekale, Izmir Art Museum and Asanor historical building.


Canakkale is the most popular base for visiting the Gallipoli battlefields and the ruins of Troy.Thisplace is beautiful in all seasons and become a very popular destination for tourists, located in the north-western part of the country.The main attractions are the Troy, Military Museum, Trojan horse, Kilitbhair fortress, Gallipoli battlefields, Gokceada Island and Dardanelles.

Trabzon is located on the Black Sea coast and has number of tourist attractions. Some of the attractions are dating back to ancient empires. The main attraction is the Aya Sofya Museum (Hagia Sofia Church), Sumela Monastery and Uzungol Plateau.