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One Day Trip Efes - Selçuk

One Day Trip Efes - Selçuk

Today we’re in Selçuk, which has witnessed many different periods of history...

A Day Full of History

A Day Full of History

There are many historical buildings that deserve to be seen in the center of İzmir.

5 Hills with the Best view of İzmir

The joy of watching the Gulf from the hills is something! We have listed the places where you can enjoy the sunset and take awesome photographs.

1. The Historical Elevator

The Historic Elevator is one of the symbols of the city. The unique 100-year-old building built by Nesim Levi Bayraklıoğlu in order to facilitate transportation between two streets in Konak is one of the places you must visit with its historical value and fascinating city scenery.

2. Teleferik (The Cable Car)

Teleferik, which is one of the most popular places in Balçova between the red pine trees, picnic areas, and fresh air, it the second-largest cable car in Turkey. Here you can spend a day enjoying the view of the city and forest.

3. Kadifekale

Kadifekale, which is one of the landmarks of İzmir with its ruins belonging to the Hellenic, Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman periods, can be seen from almost anywhere in the city. You can enjoy the magnificent view of İzmir by sipping your tea in the cafeterias around the castle.

4. World Peace Memorial

The memorial provides a panoramic view of İzmir from the sky with its equator viewing terrace. It’s also the perfect spot to take photographs.

5. Seyirtepe

Don’t forget to visit Seyirtepe for one of the best sunset views in the Gulf.

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Being a University Student in Izmir
Being a University Student in Izmir

When the quality of the universities and the quality of the living standards are considered together, Izmir is the most ideal city for university life in Turkey. Here are some of the numerous privileges enjoyed by those who spent their university life in Izmir... 1. Gorgeous Weather Being a...

Turkish Baths in İzmir
Turkish Baths in İzmir

İzmir has many baths from the Ottoman period that have managed to survive until this day. Some of these baths can only be visited as historical buildings, while over 20 of them are still in operation. Just like the thermal springs, these baths are also popular among the visitors. The baths that are...