Why Türkiye ?



Izmir is the third-largest city of Türkiye, located on the Aegean coast. It has a rich cultural heritage due to the influence of the Greek, Roman, and Turkish culture. There are several historical sites to visit here, including the Ataturk Museum, Roman Agora, Velvet Castle, and more. The bustling Kemeralti Market will give you the local flavor and the Konak Pier is for those who love shopping.



The legendary city of Türkiye which is also known as the bridge linking Asia and Europe has become the top city in Turkey for tourism and medical tourism. Around 14 million people visited Istanbul in 2019, making it the top tourist destination of Turkey. It caters to medical treatments as well as Wellness treatments in its numerous spas, hotels, and wellness centers. The city has more than 300 hospitals with JCI, JCAHO, and ISO standards looking after both Turkish and foreign patients. The hospitals have well-trained personnel trained specially to look after people and patients from different countries.



Antalya receives millions of visitors throughout the year due to its mild climate. It shelters thousands of expats and is famous for its cosmopolitan culture. Situated on Türkiye’s riviera, it ranks number 12 according to London’s Euromonitor, as one of the world’s most visited cities and 4th most visited tourist destination in Europe. The interesting mix of the old and new in Antalya has made it so popular.



Cappadocia is a beautiful region in central Türkiye famous for its fairytale scenery, cave dwellings, remarkable rock formations and, of course, the hundreds of hot air balloons that soar in the sky during sunrise each morning. There is also so much awesome hiking in Cappadocia, that it will take you at least a week to explore all of the diverse hiking trails in the region.