Connecting Asia and Europe with the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul, Turkey is most famous for its Ottoman and Byzantine history, the Hagia Sophia and Blue Mosque as well as amazing natural wonders, such as Pamukkale and Cappadocia. Don't miss its unique spicy cuisine, drink tea or coffee in a Turkish tavern and taste the sweet and delicious baklava.
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Istanbul, once capital of the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires - now connecting Asia and Europe - is widely known for its mosques (Sultan Ahmet Camii - Blue Mosque), bazaars (Grand Bazaar and Egyptian Bazaar with plenty of fruits and spices), and hammams (Turkish baths).
Ankara, the capital, is a vivid, modern city offering a huge variety in culture and arts with museums, such as the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations.
Spend some time in Marmaris along the Turkish Riviera, a seaside resort famous for its Ottoman castle, now home to a museum, mountains, azure blue water, sandy beaches, and great architecture.
Bodrum, once home to the Mausoleum, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, is now popular for its great beaches, ruins and cliff top properties. Pay a visit to the Castle of St. Peter, the "Bodrum Castle" built in 1402.