Dishes based on grain and meat are more common in Eastern Turkey Cuisine. Let’s discover the unforgettable savors of Eastern Turkey’s high plateaus!
Smell the endemic species and the crystal snow in virgin nature of Eastern Turkey!
Climb and touch the peak of the highest mountain of Turkey: Legendary Mount Ararat.
Caucasian folk music is widespread throughout the province, as the region of Kars received heavy migration from the Caucasus before and after World War I.
After the Great Flood the descendants of Noah are believed to have started re-populating the world in this region. The shining light of Ağrı is the İshakpaşa Palace, an emblem of Ottoman architecture.
The home of Palandöken Ski Resort, Erzurum is an earth heaven for winter sports enthusiasts who enjoy long powdered snow runs, during eight months of the year.
With the ruins of many ancient civilizations, Erzincan has dozens of natural treasures and boasts a history going back 3,000 years.
Renowned its delicious local apricots, Malatya sits in a region that has been highly prized throughout history and was first settled by the Hittites.
Elazığ is one of the most developed cities of the Eastern Anatolia Region, It neighbours Bingöl, Tunceli, Diyarbakir Turkey, Malatya Turkey and Erzincan Provinces.
Kars, a transit point between Anatolia and the Caucasus, has its own outstanding beauty. A place of major interest here are the ruins of Ani - a mediaeval city once called the "City of 1001 Churches".
Ardahan is a province in the north-east of Turkey, at the very end of the country, where Turkey borders with Georgia.
Van is located on where the history and the nature match perfectly! This beautiful city has the ruins of Ancient Kingdom of Urartu and the biggest lake of country, Lake Van!