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Turkey, which lies at the meeting point of several ancient civilizations, cultures, and faiths, is situated between Europe and Western Asia. Over the ages, this area has been inhabited by Greeks, Persians, Romans, Byzantines, and Ottomans, all of whom left their mark. Take a day or two to see the culturally rich capital of Istanbul, which is home to the Byzantine Hagia Sophia, a mosque that was originally a Greek Orthodox church, the Blue Mosque, Topkapı Palace, and the Hippodrome from the Roman Empire. Despite its attractiveness, the capital is only the tip of the iceberg. There is a wealth of man-made and natural sights beyond the narrow Bosphorus Strait. 

Numerous historical sites, including the "big four" of Troy, Pergamon, Ephesus, and Hierapolis, can be found in the western region. These are all easily explorable on foot and were once powerful ancient cities. To gain a more insightful perspective, hire a local guide. Some of these ruins are conveniently close to Turkey's top beach resorts, so you could spend one day lounging on the beaches of Bodrum or Çeşme and the next exploring the crumbling columns and temples of Hierapolis. This specific position, on top of Pamukkale's stunning white-rock travertine terraces, is another reason for its reverence. And yet, this enchanted nation has so much more to offer. 

Take a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia's surreal landscape in central Turkey. Take a paragliding adventure over Oludeniz's beautiful lagoons on the southern coast. Alternatively, hike through the eastern Kaçkar Mountains. Turkey's breathtaking scenery and rich past will astound you everywhere you go. Turkey offers a variety of lodging options, including individual flats, hostels, and opulent hotels. The majority is, predictably, concentrated around Istanbul and along Turkey's western and southern coast, where the most well-known beach resorts are located.

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