For all of you automobile enthusiasts out there, did you know we have an automobile museum virtually on our doorstep? Car engineering as a work of art seems to be the overall motto of the Key Museum whose doors opened in May 2015.
The initiative for this promotional visit came from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and their Cultural Attaché in London, with the aim to turn around the slowdown in British tourism in the Kusadasi region.
See if you can make it to the end of this clip without gathering up your mates, your onesies and your groundsheets to venture out to the epic Kuşadası Youth Festival 2017.
Have you ever wondered how would the daily life be 2,000 years ago? You can feel the echoes of the past the moment you step into Ephesus.
On the slopes of the idyllic Mount Nightingale lies a tiny cottage. It is believed that after the Resurrection of Christ, St. John brought the Virgin Mary to Ephesus.
Home to the ultra-modern Ege Ports and its secure facilities, Kusadasi today is a far cry from the fishing village it developed from originally, like so many other of Turkey’s coastal towns and villages.
Nahıl, which is the giant artificial ornamental tree, means date palm in Arabic and is actually a reflection of the tree culture dating back to very old times. These "wishing trees" were believed to bring joy and prosperity.
Kusadasi participated in the Minsk International Tourism Fair, the biggest tourism fair of Belarus.