Landmarks You’ll Visit during the Route Trip

Basmane Railway Station: Historical and strategically important railway station located centre of the Izmir. During the firt years of the Republic, station was the main gate opens to victory with the importance for logistic. Still stands as its first day and wait for you.

Atatürk’s arrival to station.

Izmir International Fair: Historical and global fai held since 1927.

1928: The Second “9 September Local Exhibition”, the first international participation
The Second “9 September Local Exhibition” was held at the same venue on international level with the participation of total 515 companies, 155 of which were foreign.

1940: National Lottery in the Fair
Although the Fair lost money because of the Second World War; the first National Lottery was organised under the scope of the Fair on 30 August 1940.

1942: One-year break
The Fair could not be held in 1942 because of the War.

1943: More than a million of visitors in the Fair
The number of visitors exceeded one million in 1943.

1944 / 1945/1946: Only National Participation because of the War
İzmir International Fair was held on national level because of the worldwide demolishing effect of the War.

1947: Welcome to the “International Fair” to go on for long years
İzmir International Fair has been organised on international level every year since 1947 until today.

Hisarönü – Kızlarağası Inn and Kemeraltı Bazaar: Old Grand bazaar placed in Kemeraltı – Konak part of the city. Called as heaven of the nice restaurans, shiny boutiques and more. Best place for shopping.

Kızlarağası Inn is ones of the biggest and attractive Inn which its history comes from Ottoman Empire period.Built in 1749 to easily manage the commerce at that durage. In addition to them, Kemeraltı,is a historical market (bazaar) district of İzmir, Turkey. It was originally formed around the street surrounding the shallow inner bay of the city, which was filled in due course during the 17th century, availing the bazaar to be extended to a wider area.

Asansör: Asansör, "elevator", is a historical building in İzmir's Karataş quarter, within the boundaries of the metropolitan district of Konak. It was built in 1907 as a work of public service by a wealthy Jewish banker and trader of that period, Nesim Levi Bayraklıoğlu, in order to ease passage from the narrow coastline of Karataş to the hillside, the elevator within the building serving to carry people and goods through the steep cliff between the two parts of the quarter.

In time, the small street that led to the building also came to be known under the same name, Asansör Street. In the 1940s, one of the residents of the street was the singer Dario Moreno, who was to attain fame later.


Agora: The biggest and the best kept Ionia city belongs to BC 2nd century, ancient Roman times now exists in the heart of the city. You’ll get a chance to visit and see the real heritages of the history.

Historical Clock Tower: The clock tower was designed by the Levantine French architect Raymond Charles Père and built in 1901 to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Abdülhamid II's (reigned 1876–1909) accession to the throne. The clock itself was a gift of German Emperor Wilhelm II (reigned 1888–1918). It is decorated in an elaborate Ottoman architecture. The tower which has an iron and lead skeleton,, at a height of 25 m (82 ft), features four fountains  which are placed around the base in a circular pattern, and the columns are inspired by Moorish themes.

Pamukkale Travertines


The House of the Virgin Mary

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