Iznik, also known as Nicaea, is one of the most important settlements of Turkey that dates back to ancient times. With a trace of past in each corner, the city can be described as an open air museum. It held its importance both for Christianity and Islam for ages.

The city is well-known for its incomparable tiles. Some of the finest examples of tile art are produced here and used in many significant landmarks of the country.

It is believed that the four doors inside the area that is surrounded by ancient walls represent four bibles and the twelve doors represent twelve apostles. Such a great metaphor!

Iznik also host the very first Ottoman madrasah. If you are interested in learning about history and unraveling mysteries of ancient cities, Iznik is a great location for you.

Top attractions in Iznik


A city with so many memories and a great nature… Combining all these in it, Bursa is one of the most important cities of Turkey where Sultan Osman founded the great Ottoman Empire.

Mount Uludag


Isn't it everybody's dream to be two different places at the same time? Istanbul is the metropol city of Turkey that can grant this wish. The city connects the continents of Europe and Asia with the amazing Bosphorus, while offering some of the most exquisite city views of the world.

The City Maps