Hattusas

Boğazköy, (Hattusas) located at Çorum city, inside the borders of Boğazkale county, is 208 km. from Ankara, and 82 km. away from Çorum. Hattuşaş, the capital city of Hittite civilization the first to build an organized State in Anatolia, has an important place in Anatolian archeology too. Hattusas


Ephesos

Ephesos, which was one of the twelve Ion cities, developed as a result of a union of Ionian immigrants with the natives living near the temple of Kybele. Afterwards, the spectacular temple built for this goddess who then took the name of the Greek Goddess Artemis…Ephesos
Xanthos

Founded on the Xanthos river basin, Xanthos is the biggest and the most ancient city of Lycia. Having being remained independent till the invasions of the Persians in 4292 B.C, Xanthos tried hard to defend against the invasions….Xanthos
Troy

Troy, with its 4,000 years of history, is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. The first excavations at the site were undertaken by the famous archaeologist Heinrich Schliemann in 1870. Troy
Perge

Perge is located in the southwestern part of Turkey, on the Mediterranean coast, about 15 km east of Antalya. Perge was the capital of the ancient Pamphylia region. Perge was originally settled by the Hittites around 1500 BC. St. Paul visited Perge on his first missionary journey. Perge
Side

Side is located in the Southern coast of Turkey, in Antalya province, about 75 km from the city of Antalya. Side is one of the best-known classical sites in Turkey. Side was an ancient harbor whose name meant pomegranate. Side
Aspendos

This antique city established in the Early age is 48km east of Antalya. Its most important feature is its theatre. The theatre and its stage are the best preserved of the Roman theatres in anatolia which have reached our times. Aspendos
Nemrut Dagi

At the junction of the East and West civilisations, Nemrut Dagi (Mount Nemrut) is one of the most astounding sites in Turkey: A collection of colossal statues on a remote mountain 2150m high, adorning the temple and tomb of King Antiochus. Nemrut Dagi