The Turkish Travel Blog aims to inspire people to visit the country of Turkey. We feature a variety of destinations from the east to the west and focus on Turkish food, culture, history, lifestyle and expat living.

Our blog is for all niches of travellers including budget, luxury, adventure, history lovers, and road trip junkies. Our traffic has grown to just over 1000 readers a day, and over 140,000 followers on social media.

We have also worked with many companies and travel publications to provide content, advertising and social media support. In 2010, Natalie Sayin, a freelance travel writer who lives and works in Turkey launched the blog. Since then, it has evolved to become part of the registered Turkey Travel Promoters company.

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This blog has over 300 pages focusing on destinations, travel tips, expat living, food, culture and much more. One of our favourite locations is the Central Anatolia region of Cappadocia. With its cave churches and beautiful valleys, everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime.

Istanbul is Turkey’s biggest city and the most popular tourist destination in the country. Modern influences and a historical timeline from the Byzantine and Ottoman empires ensure there is plenty to do and see.

Then, there is the lustrous Mediterranean coast, a splattering of beautiful coastal resorts each with their own distinct character and attractions. The Aegean region is also home to famous tourist attractions like Ephesus, Pamukkale and the seven churches of revelation. If you are planning a trip to Turkey, we hope you will find inspiration on this blog.

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As part of the Turkey Travel Promotors company, we offer a variety of services to companies including destination marketing, social media, product descriptions, advertising and much more. Read our Advertising, Media and PR page to find out more.

Write for Us

If you’ve visited Turkey and found it inspiring enough to write about, we would love to feature you on this blog. Contact us with your pitch here.

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