Good wine has been produced in Turkey for millennia, and still is.
Turkey’s spectacular ruins are a popular tourist attraction. However, Turkey also has great potential for enotourism. Given that Turkey is undergoing a rebirth in its wine industry then it is exciting to check out Turkey’s wine regions.
While spending days exploring Turkey, you will discover your favorite Turkish wines. Wine has a long history in Turkey, which makes it just perfect for enotourism.×
Being only a port for centuries, Karakoy has been changing into a center for art, elegant boutique hotels and night life in recent years. In architectural sense, Karakoy has been housing some of the most elegant structures in Istanbul. Hotels, designers of both fashion and jewellery; and artists are using these beautiful buildings to present their art and designs.
With its lovely buildings and art Karakoy is the most popular places in Istanbul.×
It is impossible to think a trip to Turkey without the “Lion’s Milk” experience. Most of the people might think that tea or Turkish coffee is the traditional drink of Turks, yet it is not quite true. Raki, although its history does not go as far back as wine or beer, is actually the national drink of Turks. It is not only a drink but also means of communication as Raki is always accompanied by a festive dining table and friends. Although the official name is Raki Turk would rather call it Lion’s Milk. It would be a great experience to enjoy a typical Lion’s Milk night just like a Turk.×