TURKISH MEN’S ACCESSORY

  While you are walking around the country you may see Turkish men playing with a string of beads.They are size hand span,different colored.33 rounded and 1 rectanqularish string of beads thats is actually made for praying.İt is used to trock of caounting prays however by the years it became such a common thing to... Continue Reading →

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HISTORY OF TURKISH BATH

The History of Turkish Bath dates back to the Roman times and the importance of the concept in Ottoman and Turkish cultures is great.The Roman concept of baths evolved over time and it became a Turkish tradation eventually.Like so much else in Turkish culture,the hamam dates back to the Ottoman Empire.The steam bath in Ottoman... Continue Reading →

ABOUT US

Bergin Tours Travel Agency located in Ozdere,Izmir and we have brach offices in Kusadasi,Istanbul and Cappodocia. We have founded in 1989 and became an A Grouplicenced Travel Agency (A-2479) and member of TURSAB (Association of TurkishTravel Agencies) since 1993.   Our goal is to give you a best services during your travel and holiday in... Continue Reading →

TURKISH ART & ARCHITECTURE

Turkish Art & Architecture Turkey is a land which has been the home of many civilizations since the beginning of history. It is difficult to find another land on earth in which one civilization leads to another. Turkey, with its rich past, stands as a challenging resource for both art historians and archaeologists; it is... Continue Reading →

ORGANAISE YOUR OWN HOLIDAY!

Booking a  holiday this year? Then do your homework to avoid nasty surprises when you arrive. Bypassing the travel agent could save you hundreds of pounds– but only if you know what problems to look out for. “A lot of people are looking to cut costs and book flightsand hotels themselves, but there are pitfalls... Continue Reading →

THE GRAND THEATRE OF ASPENDOS

Another recommendation by Yuksel, the impressively intact Roman theatre of Aspendos, built in AD 162 boasts of 40 stone seats holding up to 15,000 people, which is useful because concerts and festivals held here are highlighted yearly features of the Antalya region. Quite unlike other old theatres in Turkey that are of the Hellenistic, fully emerged into... Continue Reading →

STATUE HEADS OF MOUNT NEMRUT

I haven’t been here, but Yuksel says the statue heads of Mount Nemrut should appear on every history list about Turkey. The giant statue heads feature on most holiday postcards of the country. The UNESCO World Heritage site, suspected to date from the 1st century BC, was built in honour of Greek, Armenian, and Persian gods but... Continue Reading →

THE 14th CENTURY SUMELA MONASTERY

Sadly, Sumela monastery is closed for most of 2016 while restoration work takes place but head to the northeast district in 2017, and you will be presented with the excellent view of a 14th-century monastery clinging to the side of a steep cliff face. The walk uphill to the main entrance is strenuous but once you arrive,... Continue Reading →

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