Cultural Routes in Anatolia

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Cultural Routes in Anatolia

Lycian Route

A 500 km long walking which passes through the Lycian Region between Fethiye and Antalya.

Saint Paul in Ephesus

St. Paul’s Route

One of the routes Apostle Paul took to spread Christianity. It is between Antalya and Isparta. This route can be combined with cities of Ionia such as Ephesus and Miletus as we know Apostle Paul visited them too.

The Silk Route

Starting from China in the Middle Ages and extending to Europe, Silk Road is the line of the Seljuk Caravanserais were built on. A large part passes through Anatolia and most of the Caravanserais can be still visited today.

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Phrygian Route

A cultural road waiting to be explored. Afyon, Kütahya and Eskişehir provinces are places where the works from the ancient Phrygian civilization are concentrated.

Ibn Batuta Road

Ibn Batuta, the biggest traveler of the Middle Ages, traveled about 120.000 kilometers throughout his life. Ibn Batuta passed through Anatolia during his 27-year journey which spanned throughout all known continents at that time.

Evliya Celebi Route

Evliya Çelebi’s travel book, which has an important place in terms of Turkish cultural history and travel literature, has been preserved until today. This book contains descriptions of hundreds of works still standing.

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Alexander the Great Route

Alexander the Great of Macedonia took a great journey to the east to destroy the Persian Empire and seize the riches of the east. During the Asia Expedition, he had an army of 35,000 people. He came to Turkey in 334 BC and spent several years here.

Tour Guide in Turkey

I will be happy to take you on any of these routes for an unforgettable adventure. You can create your very personal route in Turkey depending on your preferences too. Contact me for some help. See you soon, Hasan Gülday.

Hasan Gülday

Hasan Gülday. Professional licensed tour guide working in Turkey.

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