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For the ones asking ‘’What to Eat in Tekirdag?", first thing that comes to mind is Tekirdag Meat Balls. Apart from meat balls, you should definitely try gulbarak pastry, lamb casserole with yoghurt, borani with yoghurt and erik asi (prunes, rice and sugar dish)… Featuring a great diversity of ethnic origins, Trakya has a very rich cuisine. Besides the vegetable meals and desserts on their own, it also features Anatolian tastes. Some of those are; couscous, tarhana soup, keskek, vermicelli… These tastes bring a different richness to Trakya cuisine. Furthermore, cornflour has an importance place in Trakya cuisine. Tekirdag is also famous for its fragrant cherries… If you visit the city in cherry season, one of the most beautiful presents to be bought from the city is those delicious cherries.
People in Tekirdag are so warm-hearted and friendly. You can be sure that everybody in the city will try to help you. Besides, Mediterranean climate and continental climate show themselves in Tekirdag. Thus, summer in Tekirdag is hot and arid, winter on the other hand is rainy. You can visit Tekirdag with pleasure at every season in the year.
If it’s necessary to describe Tekirdag, back yard of Istanbul in touch with the nature, we can talk about a bit of a North Aegean atmosphere, a little Trakya joy and a slice of a sweet laziness! Well, what can one do in Tekirdag? A cure district of Tekirdag, Sarkoy is located along Marmara Sea. Standing out with its 60-km long coastline, the district is one of the longest coastlines in Turkey. You can enjoy the clean coastlines, attend tasting rituals of local drinks and take nature walks in Murefte that is one of the most important olive and grape centres in Turkey with its continuous windy air. Especially preferred by holiday makers who arrive in Tekirdag to enjoy swimming, Kumbag is famous for its long beaches and beautiful Tekirdag Hotels. Resorts in Tekirdag are also situated in this region generally.
Tekirdag’s magnificent local drinks go well with the stunning view that Hora Lighthouse offers in Hoskoy located within the borders of Sarkoy of Tekirdag. With a height of 20 meters, the lighthouse is known to be built by the French upon the order of Abdulmecit in 1861. Hora Lighthouse has a quite interesting quality as it can rotate 360 degrees! Hosting amazing views of Marmara shores with its natural beauties, Ucmakdere has become one of the popular spots in Turkey in recent years for paragliding with its mountains featuring every shade of green and mesmerizing nature. Taking its name from the village it’s located in, the region is also available to grow most quality and delicious grapes in Turkey.
Called under the name of “Rhaedestos” in Ancient Roman period, Tekirdag is known to be called as “Rodosto” at Medieval Age during the reign of East Roman Empire. Ottomans, on the other hand, were using ‘’Rodoscuk’’ which was derived from that name. For an extensive Tekirdag trip, you must see primary places to visit in Tekirdag such as Tekirdag Archaeology and Ethnography Museum which opened its doors to visitors in 1967; Rakoczi Museum that is a house where Francis II Rákóczi (Hungarian Nobleman) spent his last years; Namik Kemal House where stuff and works of Namik Kemal are displayed and Corlu Castle.
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