Mountains: In the Marmara region the most important peak is the Uludağ (2543 m) at the same time it is a major winter sports and tourist centre. In the Aegean region, the mountains fall perpendicularly to the sea. In the Mediterranean region, located in the south of Turkey, the western and central Taurus Mountains suddenly rise up behind the coastline. The Central Anatolia Region is exactly in the middle of Turkey and gives the appearance of being less mountainous compared with other regions. The main peaks of the region are Karadağ, Karacadağ, Hasandağ, and Erciyes (3917 m). The Eastern Anatolia region is Turkey's largest and highest region. About three-fourths is at an altitude of 1500 - 2000 metres. There are numerous inactive volcanoes in the region, including Nemrut, Suphan, Tendurek and Turkey's highest peak where Noah's Ark was landed, Mount Ağrı (Ararat) is 5165 metres high
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Kusadasi, Ephesus - Pamukkale 2 Days Tours
Tours Programs :
DAY 1: Ephesus visits and arrive to Pamukkale: At 09:00 am depart from Izmir airport, or Izmir Hotel's first visit to Ephesus. Ephesus the city dedicated to Artemis, the best preserved ancient city of ... More details
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Tours Programs :
DAY 1: At 08:00am we have domestic flight from istanbul and arrive to Izmir airport. We meet our guide and depart to Pergamon. Upon arrival to the Pergamon antique city, first visit to Aesculapium, the ancie... More details
Dear Mr. Sen: Our family greatly enjoyed our vacation in Turkey, including the tour of Western Turkey arranged by Ezop Travel.
The guide you provided, Timur, was well-informed, friendly and a good travel companion.
We appreciated that he was flexible as well, for example when we decided we'd seen enough Roman and
Greek ruins and asked to substitute an afternoon on the beach for the ruins at Troy.
David Adelstein (USA)