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About the country

Turkey has a great number of ancient monuments spread all around the nation, witnessing several empires and civilizations. From Istanbul's palaces and mosques to Ephesus' ruins and Cappadocia's subterranean towns, Turkey is a sanctuary for archaeology and history buffs.

Turkish people are among the world's friendliest and most genuinely hospitable people. If you go into any store, you'll very certainly be served free samples, tea, and conversation with no pressure to buy anything.

Turkey is ideal for a beach vacation. Its southern coastline, rightly dubbed the Turquoise Coast, features not only beautiful beaches backed by calm turquoise seas excellent for bathing, but also historic ruins and a variety of activities ranging from trekking to diving. Turkish history, like that of Greece and Italy, extends back thousands of years, as proven by the spectacular ruins that dot the nation. The ancient city of Ephesus is one of the most well-known and well-known in the world. This ancient city, founded in the 10th century BC, is one of the best-preserved Roman cities in the Mediterranean area.

A vacation to the north of the nation, near the Black Sea, would reward any nature lover with lush green hills, lakes, and rivers. Turkish cuisine, particularly Turkish kebabs, is well-known and appreciated over the world, and while kebabs are one of the nicest things to eat in Turkey,

Turkey is the place to go if you have a sweet craving. The Turks adore sweets, from Baklava to Turkish delight to shops brimming with traditional cakes and cookies.

Sri Lankan citizens require a visa to travel to Turkey

10 best places to visit in Turkey :
  1. Hagia Sophia

  2. The Blue Mosque

  3. Grand Bazaar

  4. The Temple of Artemis

  5. Kariye Mosque

  6. Maiden's Tower

  7. İstiklal Caddesi

  8. Istanbul Archaeological

  9. Mausoleum at Halicarnassus

  10. Mount Nemrut

Applying for a Visitor visa to Turkey :
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