An historical city situated on the oxygen-rich skirts of Palandoken Mountain, Erzurum boasts a unique cultural legacy.
Having a growing population, Erzurum is one of the largest cities of the Eastern Anatolian Region. It has a humid continental climate, receiving heavy rain and snow during winter and lots of sunlight in summer.
Due to its geographical location at the crossroads of the ancient trade routes, the cultural heritage of Erzurum has been nurtured by many societies since the Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Ages, including a rich culinary legacy.
Erzurum is a great destination for those following the Anatolian influence in an eastern geography, willing to get carried away in the atmosphere of a remote city.
Being one of the most important cities of the region in modern Turkey, Erzurum hosts a multicultural legacy that deserves to be discovered. To get to know the city’s history here are the major museums to visit: Archaeology Museum, Ataturk House Museum, Yakutiye Madrasa Turkish-Islamic Works and Ethnography Museum, andRead More
The Eastern Anatolian city of Erzurum is a prominent destination for the winter sports lovers. The city also offers many other festivals year round. Oltu Uzunoluk Koroglu Festival, the Commemoration of the Poet Nefi, and the festivals dedicated to Honey, Apple and Greased Wrestling are some of the cultural activitiesRead More
How can I go there?
Transportation is never difficult in Erzurum, one of most developed cities in Anatolia. The easiest and quickest way to get to Erzurum Airport is a transfer from Ankara Ataturk Airport. After you get off the plane, the service busses, public transportation and taxis provide rides from the airport to yourRead More