Ankara, Cappadocia, Konya, Pamukkale, Selcuk, Kusadasi, Canakkale, Istanbul.
Ataturk Mausoleum – is the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the leader of the Turkish War of independence and the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey. The site is also the final resting place of Ismet Inonu, the second president of Turkey, who was interred there after he died in 1973. His tomb faces the Ataturk Mausoleum, on the opposite side of the Ceremonial Ground.
Pasabag Valley – Highly remarkable earth pillars can be seen here, in the middle of a vineyard, hence the name of the place which means; the Pacha’s vineyard. Pacha means “General”, the military rank, in Turkish and it is a very common nickname. This site is also called Monks Valley. The name was derived from some cones carved in tuff stones which stand apart.
Cotton Castle – is famous because of the white, cottony appearance of the mineral bath spas that abound the province, which is rich in calcium. Known as a “spa town” since the Roman era, tourist travel to Pamukkale to relax in warm, soothing and therapeutic waters in the myriad spas.
The Grand Bazaar – in Istanbul is one of the largest and oldest markets in the world. it is often regarded as one of the first shopping malls in the world.