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You can take a walk at famous Kordon Boyu of Izmir and spice up your holiday with a delicious meal later on. You can take a glance at Clock Tower, watch the splendid bird's-eye view of Izmir by Historical Lift (Tarihi Asansör) and keep Izmir in mind. You can enter the door of the history by adding Agora Open Air Museum and Archeology Museum to the list of sights.
Izmir is a kind of cultural tourism paradise with splendid ancient cities, the museum bearing the traces of another century to present and the towns achieving to survive without losing their historical tissues. Ephesus Ancient City and Pergamon Ancient City are the primary historical venues to be seen in Izmir. Pergamon Ancient City, whose history dates back to BC 7th century, is just one of the places to be seen in Izmir due to the Altar of Zeus, Temple of Athena, Temple of Demeter, Library of Pergamon and the steepest amphitheater. Ataturk Museum and Konak Square may be an agreeable beginning for those who want to reach to the places which occupy a significant place in the culture and history of Izmir recently. Kemeraltı Bazaar of Izmir, which has protected the value from ancient periods to present, should also be added to the travel list.
Yes, sunflower seeds are called ‘cigdem’ and the bagel is called ‘gevrek’ by Izmir locals, but they are really gourmets. It’s priceless to start the day with a great breakfast with a crispy boyoz in company with a boiled egg in Izmir. You can have a feast of palate with a delicious kumru adding some ketchup and mayonnaise. The towns, which maintain the cuisine culture like Alacati, offer several options ranging from the places offering rich breakfast endowed with home-made jars to the restaurants serving dinner which becomes spectacular with numerous appetizers at nights. Furthermore, you must definitely taste the fish, mussel, calamari in the city in touch with sea before you are back.
Izmir, an ordinate city in terms of settlement and transport, is quite successful also in terms of beaches. Whilst the many holiday spots of the region are linked to Izmir, the transport is pretty easy to the beaches of the holiday spots such as Eski Foca, Yeni Foca, Aliaga, Candarli, Dikili, Gumuldur, Urkmez, Ozdere, Seferihisar, Cesme and Karaburun. Karaburun, which is quite rich in accommodation and beach, still protects its naturality. Furthermore, Foca beaches is the apple of Izmir’s eye. It shelters many large and small bays and offers ease of access. Dikili and Seferihisar, famous for its cittaslow feature, is calmer than the other holiday spots in Izmir and it offers peaceful options. If you dream of a holiday in touch with nature and crowned with silence, these two towns are ready to offer you beyond your expectations.
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