Turkey has a long a varied history which dates back as far as 50,000 years where evidence of habitation can be found within a cave at Karain, north of modern day Antalya.
The official language of Turkey is Turkish, which is spoken by approximately 90% of the population. Other minority languages are Kurdish, Arabic, Circassian, Greek and Armenian.
One of the leading tourism destinations in the world, Turkey effortlessly combines the old and the new perfectly – the country boasts stunning scenery, a rich history, diverse landscapes, beautiful coastlines and vibrant cities and has a great deal to offer the discerning traveller.
One of the leading tourism destinations in the world, Turkey is a land of contradictions and diversity and effortlessly combines the old and the new.
Almost 100 years ago today marks an infamous day in history for our Australian and Kiwi friends. ANZAC is commemorated on the 25th of April which marks the morning that the troops arrived at the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey during WWI.