Turkey is one of the most important tourist destinations in the world, and the tourism sector in Turkey is booming and growing greatly every year. In 2016 alone, the rate of tourist arrivals in Turkey increased by nearly 13%, achieving the highest record in the history of tourism in Turkey, with the number of tourism reaching 52 Almost a million tourists

Tourism is booming in Turkey

The prosperity of tourism in Turkey supports its enjoyment of a moderate climate that suits tourists first, and it constitutes a wonderful environment for the growth of diverse and rare plants and flowers, forming forests and containing a luscious green nature intended for tourists from all countries of the world, especially since Turkey includes natural islands, beaches and mountainous terrain that help tourists go into climbing and camping adventures in Mountains, with tourism companies in Turkey

As for the historical and archaeological sites in Turkey

Aspendos in Antalya

A huge and gigantic archaeological theater, located in the historical city of Antalya, which contemplated the Hellenistic and Roman and preserved its heritage of history over thousands of years. The Aspendos Theater was listed on the list of World Heritage Sites according to UNESCO, and the theater was built by order of the Roman Emperor Marcus 1800 years ago

Cappadocia Region:

Over thousands of years, winds have carved rock chimneys in the deep valleys, forming one of the most beautiful historical attractions in Turkey, and you can visit the Goreme Open Air Museum, an open-air museum that includes a group of monasteries, churches and rock sculptures that are more than 1000 years old.

Head Statues at Mount Nemrut

Rock carvings, a historical edifice of heads and statues dating back more than 2000 years, classified by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site for its cultural importance in the Antiochian Kingdom, and their phase is more than two meters, with ancient and historical rocks and fossils


Anatolia Fortress

A military fortress was built on the coast of the Bosphorus by order of the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid nearly 700 years ago, and was built on the ruins of the ancient Temple of Zeus, and it is an open-air museum of one of the most important historical castles.