Turkey

Turkey is a land perfectly suspended between East and West. Bathed by four seas, all navigable during our cruises, it brings together in its multifaceted architecture the impressive legacy left by the people who have inhabited it.
Given the vastness of the territory, a cruise is the best way to visit Turkey and its main places of interest. Istanbul, a city that straddles two continents and one of the most beautiful in the world, reflects its glorious past in every neighbourhood, as demonstrated by the numerous UNESCO heritage sites. The Blue Mosque, which owes its name to the turquoise tiles on the walls and the dome, is one of the most important in the city and is close to the Hagia Sophia, a splendid example of Byzantine architecture. Smyrna, thought to be the birthplace of Homer is close to famous archaeological sites and includes many historical and artistic museums and a large market, the Kemeralti Bazaar, where we find local handicrafts and traditional delicacies.