Türkiye offers numerous gastro routes to take your taste buds on a spectacular gastronomic journey. Immerse yourself fully in the food traditions, taste local delicacies and discover Türkiye’s rich culinary heritage!
We’re in Türkiye’s European lands. Thrace, or “Trakya” in Turkish, includes Edirne, Kırklareli, Tekirdağ, and a part of Çanakkale.
We are in Assos, a peaceful town of Ayvalık, on the north of Türkiye’s Aegean region, south of Çanakkale. Assos is an old settlement with plenty of oxygen and natural wonders dating back to the Bronze Age. Aristotle, in fact, chose Assos to establish his school of philosophy. Assos is an earthly paradise by virtue of its geography, history, and cuisine!
Antalya is among the most popular tourist attractions in the world. There are several good reasons for this: the turquoise sea, the golden sand, its long history, its countless natural beauties...
Bolu, located 190 km from Ankara and 260 from İstanbul, on the southwest of Black Sea, is an important city in terms of culinary culture. Cooks raised in Mengen, a district of Bolu, who served in the kitchen of the Ottoman Palace for years, paved the way for Bolu to become an important city of gastronomy.
Konya is a mystical city of dervishes located on a wide territory at the center of Anatolia. It is a city with a lot to discover and a lot to taste.
We are in Gaziantep and Şanlıurfa in northern Mesopotamia where the history of humanity began!
The surroundings of Lake Van, the biggest lake in Türkiye, are among the oldest settlements in Anatolia. Lake Van and its surroundings became an important center of civilization when the Urartians, who lived in the region starting from the 13th century BC, established an empire in the 7th century BC.