Flights to Ankara, Adana, Kayseri, Trabzon, Samsun and Gaziantep
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Flight destinations in the Turkey:
Flights to Ankara - discover the Turkish capital
The “Museum of Anatolian Civilisation”, situated by the entrance of Ankara Castle, has a wonderful collection of artifacts that go right back to Roman and Lydian times. Another popular sight in Ankara is the mausoleum of Kemal Atatürk. Ankara - the capital of Turkey is always worth a visit. SunExpress operates flights to Ankara from Berlin, Cologne/Bonn, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt and Hamburg.
Direct flights to Adana on the Mediterranean
Adana, situated in southern Turkey on the Mediterranean, is a rapidly growing tourist destination with a very mild climate, even in winter. With its 3000-year-old history, you will not only fall in love with Adana’s famously exquisite cuisine but also with its climate, which is mild even in winter.
Flights to Kayseri - Ski and enjoy delicious Anatolian cuisine
Kayseri is one of Anatolia’s principal trading centres. With its charming mix of modernity and tradition of Anatolian culture and religion, it is also a popular tourist destination in winter. If you don’t want your holidays to consist merely of sun, beach and sea, and you would love to get to know the beauty of the country and go skiing on a snow-covered volcanic mountain range, the magical landscape of Cappadocia is a must-see!
Trabzon – Flights to the Black Sea Coast
Trabzon is both one of the oldest cities on the eastern coast of the Black Sea and one of the most popular of the region. Its sights include a harbour, the Hagia Sophia, the Sumela Monastery mosques, churches, bazaars, exquisite regional cuisine, mountain pastures and lakes!
Flights to Gaziantep - the capital city of South-East Anatolia
Somehow or other, all roads lead to Gaziantep. It is not without reason that the city is one of the oldest settlements of mankind. For centuries, people have moved to this place, and they have always been blessed with rich harvests from the surrounding fields. Gaziantep lies in Mesopotamia, the cradle of civilisation. It also lies on the historic Silk Road, owns fertile ground and has access to the Euphrates, which is teeming with fish!
Flights to Kars
Kars, the capital of Kars Province, is situated in the northwest of Anatolia. The region is home to approximately 312,000 citizens, a third of whom live in Kars. Many of the city’s buildings bear witness to the fact that Kars was part of Russia until the First World War. Kars is famous for its rich folklore tradition, for its Kilims – woven carpets dyed with natural colours – and for its cheese and honey. Well worth a visit: the castle Narın Kalesi, which towers over the old town. Roughly 55 kilometres away lies one of Turkey’s best winter sports resorts, Sarikamis. Distance to Kars Airport: 30 kilometres.
Flights to Samsun
With a population of over 530,000, the provincial capital of Samsun is the largest city in the Black Sea region and an important harbour and trade centre. The University, too, makes Samsun into the region's educational hub. The coastal lowlands are where probably the best tobacco in Turkey is grown, but also cereals, cotton, poppy seeds and other oil crops. In addition, stretches of fine, sandy beaches offer excellent bathing potential. A statue of Kemal Atatürk on a horse has become the city's landmark, and the state's founder's bedroom, study and meeting room are on display in Gazi Museum. Since 1997, Samsun has also had the most modern dialysis centre in Turkey.
Flights to Van
Van lies in the eastern Anatolian region, on the south-eastern bank of Lake Van. The 457 metre deep Lake Van is the largest in Turkey, the largest mineral lake in the world, and seven times as large as Lake Constance. Van was once the capital city of the ancient empire. Cuneiform scripts and a sketchy plan of an old city complex can be found on Van's castle rock. Close by are the picturesque island of Akdamar, with an Armenian church dating from the 10th Century A.D., the Urartian city of Cavustepe and Hosap fortress. There are also scenic bathing spots by the shore.
Flights to Malatya
The provincial capital Malatya has over 400,000 inhabitants and is located in eastern Anatolia. The main market and industry city, which also has a university, is around 150 years old. The present-day Malatya is the third city alongside the ancient and medieval cities of the same name. This is predominantly an area for fruit orchards. Around 90 percent of the global production of dried apricots comes from here.
Worth visiting: the fortress in the town of Battalgazi. It was built by Emperor Titus and restored by the Seljuks.
Another great building: the Battalgazi Ulu Mosque, the only one in Anatolia with floorboards.
Flights to Diyarbakir
Diyarbakir, on the western bank of the Tigris is the administrative centre of the province of the same name, as well as an important industrial base both in Turkey and south-eastern Anatolia. It is considered to be one of the most picturesque cities in Turkey and possesses some of the largest fortifications in the world. The well-preserved city wall is around five kilometres long, up to twelve metres high, and up to five metres wide. It has 82 towers and four gates.
Worth visiting: the Church of St George inside the citadel. Numerous mosques and madrasahs, as well as its labyrinthine alleyways, give Diyarbakir its typical appearance of an ancient Anatolian city.
Flights to Elazig
The industrial city of Elazig in east Turkey lies at the foot of the 1724 metre high Kartal Tepesi. Since 1966, Elazig is also home to a university. The city is relatively young – a contrast to the otherwise long history of the region. The development of the city was greatly influenced by the construction of the Keban Dam on the Euphrates. When in Elazig, you should definitely visit the citadel ruins and the Ulu Camii, founded in 1165. The nearby Lake Hazar, which offers water sports and fishing facilities, the Keban Reservoir and the Buzluk Caves are also well worth seeing.
Flights to Erzurum
With a population of approx. 367,000, Erzurum is the largest city in eastern Anatolia and the capital city of the province of the same name. It is the economic and cultural centre of the East and the home of the Atatürk University. This scenic city is located at an altitude of circa 1,950 metres and is surrounded by mountains taller than 3,000 metres. In 1939, a serious earthquake destroyed large parts of the old town. Several important buildings dating from the Seljuk and Ottoman periods did, however, survive. These included a citadel founded by Emperor Theodosius on the hill of the old city. Five kilometres south of Erzurum lies Palandöken, one of the best and most popular places in the country for winter sports.